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Pearl Harbor survivor living in Sequim dies at 98

Pearl Harbor survivor living in Sequim dies at 98

A Sequim man who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor — and was a candidate for the Congressional Medal of Honor for his… Continue reading

Pearl Harbor survivor living in Sequim dies at 98
Lessons in landscaping: Ag science students construct pond on Sequim campus

Lessons in landscaping: Ag science students construct pond on Sequim campus

A pair of new faces at Sequim High School are helping change the face of the campus. Tristin Holbert and Chance Sare, both… Continue reading

Lessons in landscaping: Ag science students construct pond on Sequim campus
‘The Boys in the Boat’ back on track for major motion picture

‘The Boys in the Boat’ back on track for major motion picture

Already the subject of a top-selling book and PBS documentary, the story of Joe Rantz and his fellow Olympic Games gold medalists appears to be… Continue reading

‘The Boys in the Boat’ back on track for major motion picture

Eighth-annual Cranksgiving event set for Saturday in Sequim

An annual ride to help feed Sequim’s hungriest residents is set for Saturday. The eighth annual Cranksgiving is a fall, family-friendly, bike-powered benefit… Continue reading

STATE SOCCER: Sequim’s Cinderella run ends in penalty-kick shootout

STATE SOCCER: Sequim’s Cinderella run ends in penalty-kick shootout

Sequim’s girls soccer saw its postseason run end by the slimmest of margins Wednesday night at… Continue reading

STATE SOCCER: Sequim’s Cinderella run ends in penalty-kick shootout

Waddell inches ahead of incumbent Simpson in race for Clallam PUD seat

Jim Waddell, a retired U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employee, had a slight lead in the initial count of votes for the… Continue reading

OMC urges federal agency to ditch plan for Medicare, Medicaid cuts

Loud and clear. Olympic Medical Center officials made their concerns clear about proposed changes to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements during a visit… Continue reading

Bartee to lead Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s new economic entity

Looking to promote economic vitalization and community development, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has created a Native Community Development Financial Institution. And they have… Continue reading

Sequim resident runs for fresh produce for food bank

Sequim resident runs for fresh produce for food bank

Just a few miles into her runs the clamor of Twyla Luke’s everyday life fades away. “I love it — it’s mind clearing,… Continue reading

Sequim resident runs for fresh produce for food bank

Spirituals, African rhythms performed in Sequim tonight

The African Children’s Choir will perform in Sequim tonight. The young vocalists from Uganda performed familiar children’s songs, traditional spirituals and gospel favorites… Continue reading

Clallam PUD commissioners select Haffner’s replacement

Out of what they called a pool of experienced and talented candidates, Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners made their choice for the… Continue reading

North Olympic Land Trust launches farmland conservation campaign

North Olympic Land Trust launches farmland conservation campaign

The North Olympic Land Trust is looking to go big with its next conservation effort. The land trust recently launched a campaign for farmland conservation… Continue reading

North Olympic Land Trust launches farmland conservation campaign
African Children’s Choir to sing in Port Angeles, Sequim

African Children’s Choir to sing in Port Angeles, Sequim

The young vocalists are making their way across the West Coast, singing for a better life for themselves and their fellow Ugandans thousands of miles… Continue reading

African Children’s Choir to sing in Port Angeles, Sequim

PUD commissioners name ‘short list’ for Haffner’s replacement

More than a dozen candidates to replace former Clallam County Public Utility District Commissioner Hugh Haffner took on questions in public session before… Continue reading

Band, choir director Rodes looks to set tone at Sequim Middle School

Band, choir director Rodes looks to set tone at Sequim Middle School

George Rodes is back in his comfort zone… that is, in a band room. “Music is a learning vehicle,” Rodes said. “You don’t… Continue reading

Band, choir director Rodes looks to set tone at Sequim Middle School
Local leaders look to make, inspire healthy choices with 5210 Challenge

Local leaders look to make, inspire healthy choices with 5210 Challenge

A dozen community leaders have accepted the Healthy Leaders 5210 Challenge to follow certain healthy guidelines through July. Olympic Medical Center CEO… Continue reading

Local leaders look to make, inspire healthy choices with 5210 Challenge
Pickleball courts open at Sequim park

Pickleball courts open at Sequim park

When it came time to christen the new pickleball courts at Carrie Blake Community Park, the Sequim Picklers were quite democratic about it.… Continue reading

Pickleball courts open at Sequim park
Sequim residents urge port commissioners to keep marina public

Sequim residents urge port commissioners to keep marina public

In their third and final listening session Monday on the future of John Wayne Marina, Port of Port Angeles commissioners asked for —… Continue reading

Sequim residents urge port commissioners to keep marina public

Clallam Fire District No. 3 eyes levy lid lift for November ballot

Without a levy lid lift, Clallam County Fire District No. 3 will have to start drawing on reserves — and consider cuts to… Continue reading

Sequim Skate Park hosts contests, fundraiser on Saturday

Sequim Skate Park hosts contests, fundraiser on Saturday

With a trio of contests, prizes, a raffle, a barbecue and some top skate, bike and scooter talent, advocates are looking to help… Continue reading

Sequim Skate Park hosts contests, fundraiser on Saturday