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Sequim School Board approves staff cuts

Sequim School Board approves staff cuts

Reductions may not be necessary

Sequim School Board approves staff cuts
Detectives find apparent motive for fatal shootings in Sequim area

Detectives find apparent motive for fatal shootings in Sequim area

A fatal shooting this week in a house near Sequim apparently was prompted by differing expectations for a relationship, authorities said Friday after… Continue reading

Detectives find apparent motive for fatal shootings in Sequim area
Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal marks festival with mini parade

Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal marks festival with mini parade

A worldwide pandemic has interrupted Washington state’s longest-running community festival, but that didn’t stop its Grand Marshal from a bit of tongue-in-cheek pageantry… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal marks festival with mini parade
Some Peninsula parks reopening for day use
Some Peninsula parks reopening for day use
Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic

Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic

Federal lawmakers have been busy in recent days and weeks with a spate of bills aimed at carrying individuals and businesses through what U.S. Representative… Continue reading

Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic

Sequim School Board mulls $2 million in cuts

Sequim Superintendent Rob Clark anticipates having to cut about $2 million from the school district’s approximately $41.6 million budget for the 2020-21 academic… Continue reading

Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer

Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer

A Christmas present and an encounter with a social media post led two Sequim residents to help front-line nurses and at-risk locals alike… Continue reading

Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer
Olympic Peninsula Humane Society reopens by appointment

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society reopens by appointment

The Olympic Peninsula Humane Society is once again open to adopting its furry clientele — but by appointment only. The humane society… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society reopens by appointment
Online art show, ‘Earth: An Abstract,’ opens Saturday

Online art show, ‘Earth: An Abstract,’ opens Saturday

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center launches first virtual exhibit

Online art show, ‘Earth: An Abstract,’ opens Saturday
Sequim schools prepare for $2.6M in cuts for 2020-21 academic year

Sequim schools prepare for $2.6M in cuts for 2020-21 academic year

Paraeductor, teacher positions may be eliminated

Sequim schools prepare for $2.6M in cuts for 2020-21 academic year
PREP SPORTS: Sequim’s Emily Silva continues cross-country career
PREP SPORTS: Sequim’s Emily Silva continues cross-country career
Nourish’s meals program helps feed OMC staff, community positivity
Nourish’s meals program helps feed OMC staff, community positivity
River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project

While dozens of projects throughout the region have been postponed, a collaborative push to conserve more than 100 acres of farmland in Sequim… Continue reading

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project
FarmStrong’s fourth album strong on bluegrass
FarmStrong’s fourth album strong on bluegrass

Organizers cancel Soroptimist’s Gala Garden Show

22nd-annual event was set for March 21-22

NavyBand Northwest, Sequim City Band joining forces for ‘Celebration’

NavyBand Northwest, Sequim City Band joining forces for ‘Celebration’

Free community concert set for Sunday in Port Angeles

NavyBand Northwest, Sequim City Band joining forces for ‘Celebration’
Deon Kapetan selected Sequim chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year

Deon Kapetan selected Sequim chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year

A community volunteer lauded for her work with Washington state’s longest running festival and other organizations, Deon Kapetan is the Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of… Continue reading

Deon Kapetan selected Sequim chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year
Young students tune in to ‘Adventures in Music’

Young students tune in to ‘Adventures in Music’

with a musical “adventure” to go with it. Adventures in Music began 26 years ago as a collaboration between… Continue reading

Young students tune in to ‘Adventures in Music’