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Sequim artist switches hands, finds new goals after stroke

Following a tragic event and a simple act of kindness, Linda Stadtmiller, 68, knew she couldn’t give up her passion. For more than… Continue reading

Sequim City Council to consider ban on fireworks discharge

City council members will discuss and possibly vote on banning the discharge of consumer fireworks when… Continue reading

Sequim police dog Chase calls it a career

The police chief said he anticipates donations will pay for a new canine.

3 Crabs restoration project set for November completion

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition says a project to restore habitat and improve ecological functions in the 3 Crabs Road area is on schedule for a November completion.

Corn maze returns to Sequim Pumpkin Patch

The 33-acre farm will be open from Saturday through Oct. 31 from noon to 6 p.m., except Oct. 28-29, when hours will be extended for night visits.

Water rate increase proposed for 2017 Sequim budget

The 2016 budget totaled $28.1 million and included increases of 3 percent for water and 2.5 percent for sewer totaling about $2.84 more a month for average users.

YMCA of Sequim sets soft, hard opening dates

A celebration is planned Oct. 1 and a soft opening Oct. 24.

Rookard family finds healing at home following June incident in Mexico

Willy has recovered enough to go back to work on modified duties at half-time, his wife said.

Sequim woman receives home assistance through Habitat for Humanity

Eula Cook moved into her own home in late August with her 11-year-old granddaughter, Brielle.

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down

Looking at average earnings from 1970 at 2015 rates, the average job earned $43,000 in Clallam whereas in 2014, the same job earned about $39,000, when figured at 2015 rates.

Sequim pool welcomes swim team

While the welcome was warm Monday at the facility at 610 N. Fifth Ave., the water was not so much.

Sequim schools to replace sinks with high lead before first day of school

Lead testing on Sequim’s other schools wasn’t conducted over the summer as originally planned.

Sequim looks to live-stream public meetings in 2017

The intent behind live-streaming and archiving the meetings is to increase public access, the city said.

WEEKEND REWIND: Sequim residents honor former crossing guard with trademark friendly waves at his funeral

SEQUIM — About 40 people gathered to honor a man known for his smile. Michael Lovejoy, a Sequim Schools paraeducator who had been on a… Continue reading

WEEKEND REWIND: Sequim’s Greywolf Elementary to see two buildings from state funds; cross-laminated timber to be used in construction

SEQUIM — Two buildings housing four classrooms and using cross-laminated timber are planned at Greywolf Elementary as part of a pilot project. Earlier this year,… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Stamp show captures variety of passions, interests in Sequim on Saturday

SEQUIM — Their tastes differ but they all share a passion for stamp collecting. Whether it's seeking out lighthouses, flowers or superheroes, each member of… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Stamp show captures variety of passions, interests in Sequim on Saturday

SEQUIM — Their tastes differ but they all share a passion for stamp collecting. Whether it's seeking out lighthouses, flowers or superheroes, each member of… Continue reading

Sequim residents to vote Nov. 8 on consumer fireworks ban — corrected

EDITOR'S NOTE — This has been corrected to read that the ban, as envisioned now, would prohibit discharge of all consumer fireworks including sparklers and… Continue reading

Sequim’s Greywolf Elementary to see two buildings from state funds; cross-laminated timber to be used in construction

SEQUIM — Two buildings housing four classrooms and using cross-laminated timber are planned at Greywolf Elementary as part of a pilot project. Earlier this year,… Continue reading

Sequim residents honor former crossing guard with trademark friendly waves at his funeral

SEQUIM — About 40 people gathered to honor a man known for his smile. Michael Lovejoy, a Sequim Schools paraeducator who had been on a… Continue reading