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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.
An estimated 2,800 Sherwood Medical Group patients have until Sept. 30 to find another health care provider before the long-time medical practice founded by the late Dr. Paul Hoque closes its doors.
It might not sound like a lot but Sequim's 1.8-percent growth rate during the past year tops Clallam County communities.
Two Sequim teenage brothers arrested in January remain in custody at Clallam County Juvenile Services awaiting evaluations to determine if they should be charged as adults, Director of Juvenile Services Pete Peterson said on Friday.
We welcome the many visitors in town for the Lavender Festival this weekend to stop by The Sequim Open Aire Market while in Sequim. Located downtown on Cedar Street, the Open Aire Market is Sequim's weekly market and community gathering spot every Saturday from May through October.
The most important thing about the Rotary Club of Sequim's Salmon Bake & BBQ this year is its new location.
Peninsula College named several Sequim-area students to the college's president's list and the honor roll for the 2009 spring quarter.
Olympic Medical Center will open a primary care clinic in Sequim later this year pending approval by its board of directors.
Olympic Cellars, formerly Neuharth Winery, is honoring the memory of founding winemaker Gene Neuharth and celebrating the winery's place in Washington wine industry history from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1-2,
Nash's Organic Produce and Olympic Medical Center will offer a mini farmers' market at Olympic Memorial Hospital.
It's finally over. The proposed Carlsborg crematory won't be built, Jason Linde said Friday of the project first announced in March 2008.
The PEAK Leadership Program class of 2009 completed its first year on June 27 and marked the occasion with a commencement ceremony at the Incubator at Lincoln Center in Port Angeles.
When Mary Borland talks about her late husband Steve, her eyes light up and a smile tugs at the corners of her mouth.