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Two Port Angeles residents face DUI and vehicular homicide charges after a Sequim woman died from injuries in a car-motorcycle collision Sunday, Aug. 16, in west Port Angeles.
"We travel all over the country, and this is the best market we attend."
What's the secret to a long marriage?
A one-hour public reception for the four city manager candidates is set for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25, at the Sequim Transit Center, 190 W. Cedar St.
In a déjÀ vu moment for the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club, Diane Andro and Kitty Niles came forward to receive Best of Show ribbons.
Port Townsend seeks Washington residents to create an art project for a revitalized two-block section of the town's downtown waterfront. This renovation is scheduled for completion in 2010.
Forks and LaPush aren't the only Northwest towns to lay claims to fame and fortune because of books.
The former Danny's Restaurant will be remodeled to provide more space for the Sequim Police Department.
Olympic National Park hosts An Evening in the Olympics at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15, in the Port Angeles High School auditorium.
Children at the Sequim Library's summer reading program didn't soar through the sky but they did perform on the fly. Performer Holly Gwinn-Graham helped 10 children create an impromptu play.
The proposed James Center concert hall is on the move after the state Department of Ecology last month prohibited building it in the water reuse park.
Complex federal regulations and ever-changing market conditions mean the city should hire a consultant to negotiate its next cable television franchise, the city council has learned.
Hurricane forces are coming to the North Olympic Land Trust's StreamFest stage.
This is to acknowledge the amazing, generous help of Monty and Marlene, residents of Sequim.
If you don't wash your hands frequently, cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze and stay home when you are sick, volunteers from the Clallam County Health Department will be coming around to remind you.
Combining genres and delving into different musical territory, Kory Nagler feels a refreshing freedom with his newest project.
Nash's Organic Produce hosts two field day sessions on Monday, Aug. 24, to examine trials of spring and winter wheat varieties.