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The Olympic Medical Center Foundation has replaced the hospital laboratory's aging courier fleet with two locally purchased Toyota Scions.
Sometime after her bigger-than-life Strongman spouse had died, perhaps in her slumber or in her waking hour, perhaps in a vision or glancing at a picture of the tall, smiling behemoth with the wide, toothy grin, the thought slowly crept into Callie Marunde's consciousness.
Pfc. Charles "Chuck" Meacham, 83, saw a lot of action in World War II. Serving in 1942 as a U.S. Marine Raider, a member of a Marine Corps commando unit, Meacham fought for two years on Bougainville, Emirau, Guam and Okinawa.
There are many spring lambs in the fields on the outskirts of town. It is a favorite meat of my family. Many say they do not like lamb, but in questioning, I find they have never eaten it or else they have had mutton.
The Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club, based in Sequim, is the largest dog club on the Northern Olympic Peninsula, currently with 93 members.
At its annual luncheon and style show May 27, the Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild presented more than $26,000 to three organizations making a difference in the community.
The Sequim City Band awards scholarships of $1,000 to college bound students each year. The recipients must play in the Sequim City Band and be interested in furthering their interest in music during their time at college.
A recovery and rebuild fund has been established for Steve and Debra Reynolds, who lost most of their home and belongings in a May 20 fire in their 1976 doublewide mobile home on Barnes Road.
When music and family blend, the result can be harmonious.
More than 330 Peninsula College graduates receive their degrees and certificates at graduation ceremonies set for 2 p.m. Saturday, June 13, in the college gymnasium, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles.
Dentists, physicians and oral health professionals are raising renewed concerns about the increasing rate of oral disease in Washington's children.
On Saturday, June 27, the Petals and Pathways Home Garden Tour will be a focus on the gardening diversity within our valley. The tour is sponsored by the Master Gardener Foundation of the Olympic Peninsula. As visitors meander through the seven gardens, they might well find answers to their own gardening questions.
Boy Scout Troop 1492 held a Court of Honor on May 19 at Sequim Community Church, the troop's sponsor. Thirty-four merit badges were awarded and six Scouts advanced in rank.
This is usually the quiet time of year as far as anything related to Medicare goes.
Potential theft of public funds involving a Clallam County Treasurer's Office employee are being investigated by the Clallam County Sheriff's Office, Port Angeles Police Department and state Auditor's Office.
The first day of candidate filing on Monday drew 18 hopeful people, according to Clallam County Auditor Patty Rosand.