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Myron Teterud, a longtime Sequim schools and community supporter, gives the crowd a salute after being honored as “Fan of the Century” at Sequim High School’s centennial celebration in January 2011. Sequim School Board directors agreed to name the SHS athletic field in honor of Teterud, along with naming the stadium stáʔčəŋ, a S’Klallam word meaning “wolf." (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group file)

Names OK’d for Sequim stadium, field

Tribe, Teterud honored at athletic facility

 

Sequim High head coach Greg Glasser, center, talks to Isaiah Moore, left, and Erik Christiansen during a timeout in the Wolves’ 51-46 win over North Mason in January 2020. (Olympic Peninsula News Group file photo)

PREP BASKETBALL: Longtime Sequim boys coach Greg Glasser stepping away

Longest tenure of any high school basketball coach on the Peninsula

 

Railroad Bridge closures slated to begin Monday

The historic Dungeness Railroad Bridge will be closed from Monday though Wednesday and for an extended period from July 18 to Oct. 18… Continue reading

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Sequim High Class of 1947 recalls fond memories

Sequim Alumni Association leading all-schools reunion

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Denny Henson of NW Rustic Cuts works on carved bears at the Logging Show at the Sequim Irrigation Festival on Friday. The show continues today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. as well as a variety of other events during the festival’s grand finale weekend. The highlight will be the Grand Parade through downtown Sequim from noon to 1:30 p.m. today. For more information, see irrigationfestival.com and facebook.com/SequimIrrigationFestival.

Art with bear hands at Irrigation Festival

Denny Henson of NW Rustic Cuts works on carved bears at the Logging Show at the Sequim Irrigation Festival on Friday. The show continues today… Continue reading

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Denny Henson of NW Rustic Cuts works on carved bears at the Logging Show at the Sequim Irrigation Festival on Friday. The show continues today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. as well as a variety of other events during the festival’s grand finale weekend. The highlight will be the Grand Parade through downtown Sequim from noon to 1:30 p.m. today. For more information, see irrigationfestival.com and facebook.com/SequimIrrigationFestival.

Sequim school project planning sees progress

A number of efforts to refurbish and replace key components of school infrastructure continue to see progress as part of the Sequim School… Continue reading

Josephine Johnson, second from right, and family get to work on her artwork fundraiser to aid refugees from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. (Kyle Johnson)

Sequim youth’s art raises funds for Ukrainians

More than $1,000 has been donated to UNICEF for cause

Josephine Johnson, second from right, and family get to work on her artwork fundraiser to aid refugees from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. (Kyle Johnson)

Sequim Schools to cut staffing

District also eliminates assistant superintendent post

Youths enjoy a canoe ride at a summer camp provided by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. (Submitted photo)

State grant helps youths SEEK adventure

Sequim city, Boys Girls clubs, YMCA work together

Youths enjoy a canoe ride at a summer camp provided by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. (Submitted photo)
Colleagues and family have created a scholarship in the name of longtime Olympic Peninsula fisheries and business leader Kurt Grinnell, who died in a vehicle crash in April 2021. (Photo courtesy of Northwest Aquaculture Alliance/Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe)

Legacy grows through funding

Scholarship now in Grinnell’s name

Colleagues and family have created a scholarship in the name of longtime Olympic Peninsula fisheries and business leader Kurt Grinnell, who died in a vehicle crash in April 2021. (Photo courtesy of Northwest Aquaculture Alliance/Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe)
Donna and Jon Harrison of Harrison’s Comfort Footwear have retired, with ownership of the popular shoe store moving over to Beck's Shoes. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Iconic shoe store changes hands

Before they were a couple, they were a customer and a business owner. Now Jon and Donna Harrison are making a new path… Continue reading

Donna and Jon Harrison of Harrison’s Comfort Footwear have retired, with ownership of the popular shoe store moving over to Beck's Shoes. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Planning for Sequim Bay Yacht Club’s May 1 Opening Day of Boating Season events are, from left, immediate past commodore Jerry Fine, commodore Frank DeSalvo and vice commodore Sue Baden. The trio is pictured aboard the Flora Mae, the Fine cruiser, one of the boats that attendees can get a free ride; riders are offered to the public between 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at John Wayne Marina.

Sequim Bay Yacht Club to offer free rides on opening day

Boat parade, bagpipes set for kickoff on May 1

Planning for Sequim Bay Yacht Club’s May 1 Opening Day of Boating Season events are, from left, immediate past commodore Jerry Fine, commodore Frank DeSalvo and vice commodore Sue Baden. The trio is pictured aboard the Flora Mae, the Fine cruiser, one of the boats that attendees can get a free ride; riders are offered to the public between 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at John Wayne Marina.
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Kyla and Josh Washburn, new owners of Sunshine Café, said they are excited to offer fun food at the downtown Sequim restaurant.

New owners sweeten Sunshine Café in Sequim

Loud, locally-driven and loving it. “We wanted to make something different … and we wanted to keep it fun,” said Kyla Washburn, inside… Continue reading

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Kyla and Josh Washburn, new owners of Sunshine Café, said they are excited to offer fun food at the downtown Sequim restaurant.
Photographer/videographer John Gussman will receive the North Olympic Land Trust’s Out Standing in the Field honor at the organization’s Conservation Breakfast online event on April 22.

Gussman to receive Land Trust’s ‘Out Standing’ honor

Photographer’s work highlighted during online event

Photographer/videographer John Gussman will receive the North Olympic Land Trust’s Out Standing in the Field honor at the organization’s Conservation Breakfast online event on April 22.
Dave Nuepert.

Neupert to seek re-election to District Court I judge position

Candidate points to Mental Health Court to provide services

Dave Nuepert.
An artist's rendering shows one of three designs being considered for the Sequim School District's new boardroom. Graphic courtesy of Wenaha Group

Sequim Schools boardroom, levy projects progress

Project manager: Meeting room and elevator are on track for end of year

An artist's rendering shows one of three designs being considered for the Sequim School District's new boardroom. Graphic courtesy of Wenaha Group
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Longtime Sequim Irrigation Festival volunteer Jean Wyatt receives the 2021 Sequim Citizen of the Year honor from Terry Ward, publisher of the Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette, on Tuesday at 7 Cedars Resort.

‘Quiet hero’ receives Sequim Citizen of Year award

Wyatt lauded for efforts to bolster Irrigation Festival

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Longtime Sequim Irrigation Festival volunteer Jean Wyatt receives the 2021 Sequim Citizen of the Year honor from Terry Ward, publisher of the Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette, on Tuesday at 7 Cedars Resort.
Regan Nickels.

Sequim School Board names new superintendent

Nickels, a Maine native, taught in Bremerton schools

Regan Nickels.
Pastor Joey Olsen blesses the 19th-century bell at Trinity United Methodist Church in February. (Courtesy photo)

Once-silent church bell revived in at Trinity United

After past 20 years, historic fixture calls worshipers to services

Pastor Joey Olsen blesses the 19th-century bell at Trinity United Methodist Church in February. (Courtesy photo)