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Port Angeles ceremony to honor man killed in Korea

Remains of local Korean War soldier come home

 

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Port Angeles ceremony to honor man killed in Korea

Remains of local Korean War soldier come home

  • Jan 20, 2022

 

Mark Willis enjoys a day at the beach with granddaughter Bryn in 2020. (Willis/Harrington family)

Former Sequim schools administrator recovering after strokes

The family of a fixture of Sequim schools is raising funds to help defray costs for an unexpected and nearly fatal series of… Continue reading

 

Sequim schools hires interim superintendent

The Sequim School District has offered a six-month contract with its new interim superintendent. Board directors on Monday, Jan. 3, unanimously agreed to… Continue reading

Sequim seventh-graders Michael Lusk, far left, and Kingston Stevens, pictured here with Scott and Laura Lee Johnson, enjoy a ride home in a firetruck in mid-December, thanks to Peninsula Behavioral Health's “Adventure Auction” on Nov. 6. The auction saw "adventures," rather than items, auctioned off to raise funds for the entity. Auction items included a helicopter flight, guided hikes and fishing trips. In Port Angeles, a preschool student got a ride to class in a fire truck. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

An engine adventure

Sequim seventh-graders Michael Lusk, far left, and Kingston Stevens, pictured here with Scott and Laura Lee Johnson, enjoy a ride home in a firetruck in… Continue reading

Sequim seventh-graders Michael Lusk, far left, and Kingston Stevens, pictured here with Scott and Laura Lee Johnson, enjoy a ride home in a firetruck in mid-December, thanks to Peninsula Behavioral Health's “Adventure Auction” on Nov. 6. The auction saw "adventures," rather than items, auctioned off to raise funds for the entity. Auction items included a helicopter flight, guided hikes and fishing trips. In Port Angeles, a preschool student got a ride to class in a fire truck. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Annette Nesse.

Moving with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

Long-time transportation lead marks three decades of work

Annette Nesse.
Lt. Col. Susan Sorensen (ret.) prepares to lay a ceremonial wreath honoring those who served in the U.S. Coast Guard. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Wreaths Across America honors veterans

Plans being made for next year’s observance

Lt. Col. Susan Sorensen (ret.) prepares to lay a ceremonial wreath honoring those who served in the U.S. Coast Guard. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim school directors refine search for next superintendent

Job post expected to be live this week

A map from Olympic Disposal's conditional use permit application shows details of the company's proposed waste transfer station and recycling in Carlsborg.
A map from Olympic Disposal's conditional use permit application shows details of the company's proposed waste transfer station and recycling in Carlsborg.

Schmeck resigns Sequim School Board seat

Directors to fill vacancy with appointment

Sequim pilot and veteran David Woodcock stands near his 1944 Piper Cub L-4H, an aircraft that saw action at the Battle of the Bulge. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim pilot’s aircraft saw action in WW II

1944 Piper Cub L-4H a rare find

Sequim pilot and veteran David Woodcock stands near his 1944 Piper Cub L-4H, an aircraft that saw action at the Battle of the Bulge. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Featured speaker Mark Ozias, a Clallam County commissioner, lauds veterans for their service and ability to help restore their communities at a special Veterans Day event at American Legion Jack Grennan Post No. 26 in Sequim. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Ozias: Those who have served can help divided nation

Commemorations conducted throughout Peninsula

Featured speaker Mark Ozias, a Clallam County commissioner, lauds veterans for their service and ability to help restore their communities at a special Veterans Day event at American Legion Jack Grennan Post No. 26 in Sequim. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Interim superintendent Jane Pryne had planned to fill the district's lead administrator role through June 2022 as the board searches for a permanent replacement, but she announced on Nov. 10 she's resigning by Dec. 31. (Submitted photo)

Pryne to step down as Sequim schools superintendent

Announces she will resign Dec. 31

Interim superintendent Jane Pryne had planned to fill the district's lead administrator role through June 2022 as the board searches for a permanent replacement, but she announced on Nov. 10 she's resigning by Dec. 31. (Submitted photo)
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Nicholas wins in Fire District commissioner race

Chamlee, Nicholas and Ryan looked to fill the seat being left vacant by Mike Gawley, who had served on the three-member fire commissioner… Continue reading

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Kristi Schmeck

Schmeck gets top votes in Sequim School Board race

Kristi Schmeck, a candidate for the Sequim School Board who can’t serve because she had withdrawn from the race, has won more votes… Continue reading

Kristi Schmeck
Jim Stoffer, incumbent for the District 3 position on the Sequim School District Board of Directors, speaks during a League of Women Voters forum Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Sequim School Board delays vote to censure member

Resolution under consideration also calls for resignation

Jim Stoffer, incumbent for the District 3 position on the Sequim School District Board of Directors, speaks during a League of Women Voters forum Sunday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)
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Sequim City Band starts campaign for rehearsal space

‘Fill the Tuba’ effort has raised 80 percent of its $1 million goal

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Pam Rushton.
Pam Rushton.
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