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Two men were arrested Thursday afternoon for alleged theft and burglary at a Sequim hotel. Sequim Police Officer Stephanie Benes said officers responded to trespassing… Continue reading
County County reports four new COIVD-19 cases; Jefferson reports none
Sequim City Council to host special meeting Sept. 26 to consider changes to appeals processes.
Officials want COVID-19 vaccines to be ready by Nov. 1, but doses are not expected until 2021.
Ormbreks see gunnera grow bigger than expected
Health officials are working with schools on re-opening guidelines; no new COVID-19 reported
Donald Kendall learned the value of hard work early, getting up early to milk cows on his family’s dairy farm in Sequim in the 1920s… Continue reading
A 12-year-old could face a misdemeanor charge of malicious mischief for allegedly vandalizing portions of Helen Haller Elementary and the Sequim School District’s concession stand.… Continue reading
Stakeholders to ask legislators for full design, construction costs
A series of First Teacher parent meetings are offered on Zoom at 10 a.m. on most Mondays.
Environmental review must be separate under code, he says
Event keeps streak as most continuous festival in Washington
Sequim city councilor Dennis Smith gets a leadership award from Association of Washington Cities
With health restrictions in place, the popular Harvest of Hope fundraiser is going online.
Olympic Peninsula Humane Society rescued seven dogs and two kittens from California last week.
The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. Sept. 15… Continue reading
Peninsula man arrested on drug charges in Sequim after fleeing police officers in Port Angeles
Plans to further develop Miller Peninsula State Park are getting revived this fall.