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A $358,000 contract for design and construction of the National Park Service's new greenhouse and nursery in Robin Hill Farm County Park has was awarded to Northcon, Inc. of Hayden, Idaho.
Last Wednesday's statewide earthquake drill went "pretty smoothly" at the Clallam County Courthouse, said Emergency Management Department Director Bob Martin.
The Peninsula College Foundation is looking for community members who are passionate about education and realize just how important a college education is in this tough economy.
The Newcomers' Club of the North Olympic Peninsula meets for a social time at 11:30 a.m. at Club 7, Seven Cedars Casino, 270756 Highway 101, Sequim, Blyn.
Commuters, vacationers and the entire Olympic Peninsula will be affected by the 12:01 a.m. May 1 closing of the Highway 104 Hood Canal bridge for six weeks.
Maybe it's the sun and summer-like weather, or maybe it's the success of opening his dream restaurant, but Sequim resident Tom Heinz is absolutely glowing.
Forks Police Officer Erik Hanson, 33, was arrested and booked into the Clallam County jail on April 23 on a charge of second-degree child rape. His bail was set at $5,000.
Pete Seeger is celebrating his 90th birthday on May 3 at Madison Square Garden with Bruce, Arlo, Emmylou, Joan and many more. If you can't make it to New York on such a short notice, don't feel bad.
After getting a grant from First Federal, the Community Organic Garden of Sequim is installing new sidewalks.
The 114th Sequim Irrigation Festival begins on Saturday, May 2, with some tried-and-true events as well as some new ones.
Music has a mysterious impact on people. It can make them cry, laugh or stand up and clap. Music's effect depends on the style, the individual and science.
Employment programs for low-income adults and dislocated workers in Clallam County will get an extra $386,000 next month because of the federal stimulus program.
It's been said that the Dungeness River can make a fool out of anyone. The river finds its way around bridges and levees, leaves irrigation outtakes high and dry, and eats away the banks under houses that were thought to be safe.
Sequim resident and business owner Kenneth Brian Richmond, who died in 2004, was remembered April 19 for his patriotism, faith and loyalty during a short ceremony dedicating a bench in his honor along the Olympic Discovery Trail.
The city's new design standards and its Design Review Board still are being "tweaked" and will require some trade-offs by developers, the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce learned at its Tuesday meeting.