Sequim considering code enforcement changes

SEQUIM— Code enforcement in the city of Sequim might be retooled in the near future. Following a new study, Stewardship Sequim: Recommendations for a clean,… Continue reading


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                                IHOP closed June 24 after more than eight years in operation on West Washington Street in Sequim.

IHOP closes after eight years in Sequim

After eight years serving Sequim citizens breakfast foods early in the morning to late at night, the International House of Pancakes closed June 24. Employees… Continue reading


Phyllis Peashka says she taught herself to crochet. She figures she makes at least one hat, scarf or potholder per day. “My hands cramp up, but I keep going.” (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Global hobby: Sequim woman’s caring craft keeps heads warm

From across the Olympic Peninsula to across the world, Phyllis Peashka’s handiwork is warming hearts and keeping heads warm, too. With about three… Continue reading


Band Booster dinner, dance Saturday in Sequim

The Sequim High School Band Boosters will host its annual Jazz Dinner Dance on Saturday. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the… Continue reading

‘Love Letters’ performed this weekend

In an age of electronic communication the Port Angeles Community Players will present a play based on written communication. “Love Letters” by… Continue reading

LETTER: Vote ‘no’ on Port Angeles second-class-city measure

Port Angeles voters should reject ballot measure City of Port Angeles Proposition 1, which seeks to downgrade the city’s government status from “code city” to… Continue reading

LETTER: Why is a Sequim woman dictating what happens here in Port Angeles?

My husband and I moved here to Port Angeles on July 27, 2015. What kind of people live here? Why is one dear elderly lady… Continue reading


Do you think emergency dispatch services should be regionalized for Clallam and Jefferson counties?… Continue reading

PA council approves vote on form of government for November

The Port Angeles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to put a ballot resolution before voters Nov. 7 that would change the… Continue reading

Poets Gallagher, Matsuda to read from collaboration this Thursday

Tess Gallagher of Port Angeles and her friend and writing partner Lawrence “Larry” Matsuda will give a reading from their recent collaboration,… Continue reading

General election ballots due Tuesday as races for office near conclusion

One more day. After the polls close Tuesday, Americans will know who won the presidency as the grueling national race comes to… Continue reading