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Let’s start at the bottom: Sequim Bay is the body of water that graciously takes in almost all water flowing through the fair city of Sequim. Sequim Bay hosts sailors, swimmers, salmon, clams, oysters, a marine lab and much, much more.
Time to catch up on a couple pieces of unfinished business around here. Let’s begin with Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
See how local representatives voted in the latest report from WashingtonVotes.org
Bertha Cooper discusses the U.S. Navy’s plan to increase its use of the Olympic Peninsula for sophisticated electronic warfare training
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“Come here, I think I see something in the bird feeder,” called husband. A close look revealed four tiny ears, two on each head. Rats!
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We’ve seen some incredible salmon habitat restoration projects the past few years, but there’s a big difference between restoring habitat and protecting it. We must remember that restoration without protection does not lead us to recovery.
The summer after we moved to Sequim 25 years ago I had locals, unprompted, showing me how to judge from looking at the mountains whether there would be water shortages later or not.
WashingtonVotes.org provides a free periodic roll call service to media outlets as long as the legislature is in session. It is a free public service of Washington Policy Center, a nonprofit research and educational organization.
Bummer. The Sequim School District bond failed again to reach 60 percent approval. Seems that more people came out to vote but most of them voted against it. So it’s done. Sequim schools will have no additional space, no additional toilets, no modernization of science labs and no security.
How our lawmakers in Olympia voted in recent bill proposals
As Americans, we strongly value both work and family … but as citizens we’ve structured our economy and laws to too often force people to work at the expense of their families.
On Feb. 9, the Sequim community will face a huge decision that will significantly affect the future of our community and residents. I will vote “yes” for the much-needed Sequim School District facility bond for the following reasons:
Picture this — the City of Sequim and surrounds in 1980. Long strings of traffic roll through Washington Street on the way to Hurricane Ridge. Some people stop at local restaurants. Cows graze on pasture lands and vegetables grow in the large green valley.
As a consumer of local news you’ve probably read or heard about the proposed Dungeness reservoir …?
Math lessons are all around us. They begin before we enter school and they continue into our old age. Several lessons are confronting us right now.
I was going to write about the growing rat infestation in Greater Sequim, but I can’t resist looking into and for the truth when the opportunity presents.
On Aug. 31, 2007, Washington’s 296 school districts became 295. Vader School District ceased to exist at the stroke of midnight that day.
I hadn’t thought too much — really not at all — about column karma until a “No Trespassing” sign was posted in our neighborhood. Those of you who read and remember my columns will know why I might think of the laws of karma when the sign appeared.