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Phillips' Hallmark store, 680 W. Washington St., has unveiled its Christmas ornaments almost six months before the holiday.
Aaron Michael Hahn entered an "Alford plea" to one count of sexual exploitation of a minor on July 20 in Clallam County Superior Court as part of an agreement with prosecutors.
Somewhere along the line, somewhere among the dotted quarter notes and pages of sheet music and the marching shoes and the endless hours of rehearsal and private lessons ... something clicked for young Gabriel Smith.
First Federal of Port Angeles received a 5-Star Superior rating for financial strength and stability from BauerFinancial, Inc., of Coral Gables, Fla.
Clallam County Fair T-shirts with the logo "Plenty to See From A To Z" are available for $10-13. Sizes are limited and prices increase on Aug. 1. Sweatshirts are available by special order for $20-25.
The city council must prioritize what services the city will provide in the future to deal with declining revenue.
Former Sequim City Manager Bill Elliott was named July 14 as city manager of Estacada, Ore., a city of 2,700 people about 30 miles southeast of Portland, Ore.
The Beta Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, an international women's educational sorority and philanthropic society, gives grants to current and future educators in the Sequim area.
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory could receive $1.75 million for renewable energy research.
Cindy Sheehan will speak at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, July 26, at the Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship hall, 73 Howe Road, off Barr Road in Agnew.
United Way of Clallam County is busy preparing for the 2009 fundraising campaign, led by Jack Marshall, landscape consultant at Blake Sand & Gravel, and Pam Marshall, administrator at Peninsula Children's Clinic.
Mee-Ja Sula's life has come full circle like the yin-yang.
A plan to clean up the Sunnydell Shooting Range, 160 Dryke Road, is due in December at the state Department of Ecology, stemming from tests that revealed lead in surface water on a neighbor's property.
Anne Feeney, a longtime Pittsburgh-based agitator, is singing for a cause she feels strongly about: national, single-payer health care.