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Alfred W. Crampton, a 65-year-old Sequim resident, died Sunday evening from injuries sustained in an Aug. 6 car crash on Interstate 90 east of Ellensburg, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Police officers targeted four Sequim communities on Aug. 4 - for a good cause.
Ashiyah Cays-Vesterby, a 2009 graduate of Sequim High School, was selected to represent Washington at the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia from July 1-25.
Building off momentum from last year, 50 Sequim Senior Activity Center volunteers prepped the largest Benefit Sale to date. The sale was Aug. 6 and 7.
As Sequim students are getting ready for going back to school, their school board is giving them a little more to come back to.
Greg Johnson has been installing masonry for 32 years. Two years ago, he opened Superior Stone, manufacturing lightweight stone products, thanks to the economic pinch in California and Arizona.
Port Townsend Flotilla 47 of the Coast Guard Auxiliary offers "All About Boating Safety" classes 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 22 at Point Wilson Lighthouse in Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend.
Peninsula College's Opportunity Grant program has funds to assist with tuition for up to 45 credits and the cost of textbooks. The application deadline is Sept. 1.
PEAK Leadership Program has become an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization operating under a regional board of directors.
A loop road will run through Olympic Medical Center's Sequim campus to and from Fifth Avenue in a $950,000 project approved for bids at the hospital commission's Aug. 5 meeting.
The plan for prescriptions is changing at two local pharmacies.
Peninsula College now offers a massage therapy program, new to the school in 2009-2010.