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Clallam County Beach Watcher volunteers will collect water samples for the first time at John Wayne Marina and Sequim Bay State Park this spring and summer. The sampling will begin May 18 and continue until Labor Day.
In a matter of days, the Nippon Paper Industries canal will become a sea of yellow.
In this year's brutal legislative session, the 24th District - including Sequim -- emerged pretty well, said Rep. Kevin Van De Wege, D-Sequim.
Sequim residents Tom Schaafsma and Kathryn Schreiner were two of five recipients of Clallam County Community Service Awards for 2009.
Three sections of the Olympic Discovery Trail received funding in the state's 2009-2010 capital projects budget, including the Dry Creek bridge that will help extend the trail west from Port Angeles to the Elwha River.
Olympic Theatre Arts' chairman John Yeo presented the theater's annual student scholarship to Sequim High School sophomore Trey Baldwin on April 29.
The swine flu strain thought to have originated in Mexico now appears to be a mild one contrary to initial reports, Clallam County health officer Dr. Tom Locke said at a May 1 press conference in Port Angeles.
The state of Washington honors Officer Kristine Fairbanks, U.S. Forest Service, and other law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty and recognize officers who have given service beyond the call of duty at a special ceremony on May 8.
Sequim's new public works director, Ben Rankin of Clemson, S.C., said he was drawn to this area at first by all the opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Local youths are making history with history - again.
Best Friend Nutrition presents six programs focused on alternative and holistic approaches to health and well-being for pets.
'In too deep' isn't a phrase that registers with Sequim-resident Steve Rankin.
With a slightly rosier budget outlook heading into the 2009-2010 academic year, Sequim schools are keeping as many teachers as they can.
On April 21, Patrick Lauerman, far right, presented about $3,000 in college scholarships to local Boy Scouts, from left, Alex Lamb, James Clardy-Olson and Robbie Blenk in Troop 1491.
Home, as the cliché goes, is where the heart is.
Since he was 5 years old and picked up his first agate on the beach, Rick Williams has been a self-diagnosed rockhound.
Having spent the better part of a year recording shows, then replaying, remixing and remastering the best of the best tracks, Deadwood Revival is releasing its third CD.
The PEAK Leadership Program is a project of Peninsula College and Washington State University Team Jefferson Economic Development, which have joined ranks to develop a 10-month, annual community leadership program for 16 emerging leaders who reside in Clallam and Jefferson counties.