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Larry Culp is up to his ears in cherries.
Dr. Marilynn R. Leonard of Port Angeles has been chosen as the 2008 Coast Guard Auxiliarist of the Year.
Pat Casad played jazz not because he wanted to play but because he had to play.
A two-vehicle collision July 22 at Cays and Lotzgesell roads northwest of Sequim nearly sent an SUV into a home.
The Sequim Police Department's K-9 program has a bullet-resistant vest and a bite training suit valued at $2,000 thanks to the Sunrise Rotary Club and an anonymous donor.
Sequim Gazette staff
Unique Robinson-Adams knows that, between the splashes and singing and drumming, tribal members can see their ancestors, can hear them, can feel them.
Rebecca Redshaw's "SOFA CINEMA: An Easy Guide to DVDs, Volume 1" will be published this fall. Read all her DVD reviews compiled in one book.
Molly Buhler always was more concerned with other people's well-being than her own, including caring for three dying family members in a row, said her husband, Craig Buhler.
The sounds of India will fill world-music listener's ears for at least one night this summer in Port Angeles.
The Sequim Open Aire Market serves as a community gathering spot for visiting with friends and neighbors, a small-town experience with about 60 vendors of fresh produce, beautiful flowers, delicious local foods and a large variety of high-quality items hand made by local artists and artisans.
Today, Wednesday, July 22, children of all ages are invited join the North Olympic Library System's Summer Reading Program with a free show presented by the Reptile Man, Scott Peterson.
The Sequim Relay For Life is from noon Saturday, Aug. 1, to 9 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, at the Sequim High School football field. Participants join teams and walk at the relay to bring awareness and raise donations benefiting the American Cancer Society.
Regardless of economic times, visitors and locals filled the purple fields and busy streets for Sequim's Lavender Festival.
The Olympic Peninsula Humane Society presents a Poker Run on Saturday, July 25, with sign-up starting at 10:30 a.m. at Steele's Sports Bar, 1605 E. Front St., Port Angeles.
Robert Glenn Brown's lifelong struggle with Pentecostal theology led him to answer his and others' tough questions through Scripture and experience in his book titled "Pentecost Revisited."