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Sequim Sunrise Rotary Club plans to fill the city with red, white and blue for Memorial Day.
Every 75 years, Robert "Bob" Thomsen plans on releasing a new album.
The show had as many personalities as it did muscles.
Port Angeles resident Francis Kyle said he found his life's work in a Connecticut used bookstore.
The parents who just dropped off their children get a smile and a wave.
Like a knight in shining armor, Louie Rychlik saved the Music and Movies in the Park summer series in one swift motion.
When Garet Bonham used to go on photo shoots, he would come back with only one or two usable shots.
Spotlight on Sports
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.