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Have children and itching to get out of the house this weekend?
Following a tradition that started in 1984, the Clallam County Historical Society will honor winners of the Heritage Award and the Historic Structure Award at its annual meeting, at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 7.
The Clallam Conservation District can get back to its busy agenda now that the disputed Feb. 19 election is settled, said District Commissioner Don Hatler.
Whether you are anticipating an extensive vacation this year or are going to do a "staycation" to see the local sights, planning is required.
Sequim resident Linda Fleming, 66, became the first person to die under Washington's "Death with Dignity" act.
Engre Brown pleaded guilty May 20 to vehicular homicide for the death of Benjamin Merscher because much of the evidence that might have supported a first-degree murder charge was excluded by Clallam County Superior Court Judge Ken Williams.
What recession? Students of Sequim High School's Future Business Leaders of America club capped a successful year, with 21 members placing at their regional winter leadership conference in Bremerton and on to the state conference in Spokane.
Jonathan Eaton, a 2005 graduate of Sequim High School, was one of five students from Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind., to be awarded a Fulbright Award to teach abroad in the coming academic year.
With the end of the academic year just around the corner, Peninsula College is devoting nine days in May and June to showcasing student achievements and the arts in the musical, visual, literary and dramatic art fields.
Two years ago, Sequim was the surprise of the state 2A tournament.
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New screens protect hospital staff
Shonda Sierra takes her wedding vows very seriously. Which is why she plans to stay by her husband's bedside at Harborview Medical Center until he fully recovers from a recent bout with pancreatitis.
The dish on dish
Four Olympic National Park rangers were honored at the Honor Convocation at the Department of the Interior's headquarters in Washington, D.C., for their rescue of a lost skier.