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The HoofBeats Riding Club at Freedom Farm, Inc. has signed up this year to take part in the ride-a-thon portion of the Dungeness River Audubon Center Spring Fling.
If you had an extra $250 in your pocket, how would you spend it?
Kristi Dawn Hurley, of Port Angeles, began writing after a late-night revelation. Her church was looking for a Christmas pageant and Hurley felt inspired to write a skit.
The Sequim City Council agreed Monday to ask Tom Waldron of Waldron and Co. to begin a search for a new city manager, a position that Waldron said could be filled as early as mid-September.
Dallas Holman opened his mailbox recently to find a check worth $4,500. However, Holman wasn't expecting a check.
Faced with the problem of keeping track of all the school-age children using its Sequim and Port Angeles facilities, officials from the local Boys & Girls Clubs called upon the Sequim Noon Rotary Club for help - and got it.
The American Association of University Women's Clallam branch officers recently named Angela Suzanne Richards, a senior at Sequim High School, their May Girl of the Month.
As a Sequim business owner and artist, Heather Boyd wants to make a difference in the community where she lives and works.
Celebrating its 30th year in business, the owners of Moon Palace want to give the authentic Chinese restaurant a face-lift.