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After a long winter of economic woes, Sequim's schools got a bit of good news last week.
The Dungeness River Festival, Sept. 25-27, is growing. Last year, nearly 3,000 attended this celebration of the water, wildlife and bounty of the river's watershed, held at Railroad Bridge Park, 2151 W. Hendrickson Road, in Sequim.
Robert Couch has begun a new project - restoring his life - much like he restored handmade classic cars.
Two Serenity House Thrift Store shoppers added to their pocketbooks by luck of the draw. Sequim residents Kathleen Hennen-Vietz and Jeff Nugent each won $250 Visa gift cards for shopping at the Port Angeles, 502 E. First St., and Sequim, 215 N. Sequim Ave., thrift stores.
Prepped since February, the Sequim Senior Activity Center's volunteers have packed three storage units and their building for the center's fourth benefit sale.
The Olympic Medical Center Auxiliary donated more than $17,500 to Olympic Medical Home Health and Olympic Medical Center's medical/surgical/pediatric unit.
North Olympic Land Trust's conservation director Allison Lutz is moving from the Olympic Peninsula to Bend, Ore.
Susan Pennington of Sequim has won the North Olympic Library System's first slogan contest.
William Shakespeare's most famous heroines are meeting in Sequim.
Just a few weeks before the biggest youth wrestling tournament in the country, Joe Hutchison wasn't trying to underplay his competition.
The Emergency Management Division of the Clallam County Sheriff's Office advises residents that the National Weather Services forecasts the warmest temperatures of the year through the middle of next week.
Marlin Holden has many words for describing what it feels like to finish a tribal canoe journey.
Gardiner residents must await a decision by Clallam County Fire District 3's board of commissioners on whether to annex their area, a decision that may not come anytime soon.
The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe will host canoe families on its reservation from their landing at Hollywood Beach in downtown Port Angeles through July 31.
City Councilor candidate Mike East has filed a public records request with the city for e-mails regarding the city manager selection process.