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Business briefs — March 4, 2020

Fit4Life Studio adds personal trainer The newest personal trainer at Sequim’s Fit4Life Studio is Katie Boyack. She is certified through National Academy of Sports Medicine… Continue reading

  • Mar 4, 2020

Clallam County PUD’s Doug Nass raise OK’d

General manager to make $237,036 annually

Community news briefs — March 4, 2020

Hood Canal Bridge closures set Drivers can expect closure of the Hood Canal Bridge/State Route 104 this week and next for repairs. Closures are scheduled… Continue reading

Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge seeking volunteers

The Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is looking for volunteers to assist visitors and staff. Primary duties include greeting visitors and providing information about the refuge’s… Continue reading

Free forum in Sequim to consider ‘Sleep in health and disease’

Dr. Usha Reddi of Olympic Medical Center’s Sleep Medicine Clinic, will present “Sleep in health and disease,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum at… Continue reading

Hospice group seeks volunteers in March

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers monthly orientations for those interested in volunteering with the organization. March sessions are scheduled for 11 a.m.-noon on Thursday,… Continue reading

Land Trust sets table for annual conservation breakfast

North Olympic Land Trust’s 12th-annual Conservation Breakfast When: 9 a.m. Thursday, April 2 Where: Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles Featured… Continue reading

Police blotter — March 4, 2020

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. Feb. 25… Continue reading

Sequim man pleads not guilty to child rape, molestation

A Sequim man has pleaded not guilty in Clallam County Superior Court to four counts of first-degree child rape and one charge of first-degree child… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced to nine years for attempted rape

A 19-year-old Sequim man first convicted of burglary when he was 12 will not get out of prison until he is at least 28 after… Continue reading

Sequim students share books for Read Across America Day

The Cat in the Hat, the Grinch, the Princess in Black, Harry Potter and hundreds of Sequim students made appearances on Read Across America Day… Continue reading

Sequim woman to pursue insanity or diminished capacity defense

A Sequim woman who is charged with the attempted murder of her neighbor will pursue an insanity or diminished capacity defense, her attorney said. Larisa… Continue reading

Sequim, Clallam taking steps to minimize coronavirus

Coronavirus, or COVID-19 remains the talk of the town, country and globe as the number of afflicted grows. Local health officials said there are no… Continue reading

State steps up response to coronavirus outbreak

By Cameron Sheppard WNPA News Service Public health officials asked the Washington State Legislature for $100 million for a coordinated response to the coronavirus outbreak… Continue reading

The Drop, new youth services drop-in center, opens March 6

Serenity House of Clallam County is hosting a grand opening for The Drop, Clallam County’s new youth services drop-in center from 3-7 p.m. Friday, March… Continue reading

Voters must check a box printed on the outside of the 2020 presidential primary ballot near the name of the voter casting the ballot in order to count in the March 10 election, state elections officials said. (Photo Illustration by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Voters deny party declaration on ballot

Election officials say box on envelope must be checked to count

Voters must check a box printed on the outside of the 2020 presidential primary ballot near the name of the voter casting the ballot in order to count in the March 10 election, state elections officials said. (Photo Illustration by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim to appoint interim city manager Deschenes following Bush’s departure

Sequim city councilors voted to enter into negotiations with Assistant City Manager Charisse Deschenes to replace outgoing City Manager Charlie Bush on an interim basis.… Continue reading

Senate Republicans propose alternative solutions to Washington’s homelessness crisis

By Cameron Sheppard WNPA News Service Republican senators pitched their own ideas to address Washington state’s homelessness crisis following the supplemental budgets unveiled by Democratic… Continue reading

Undocumented students could soon be eligible for college loans

Senate bill 6561 creates a program for them to receive financial for pursuing higher education