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The Sequim Police Department continues to investigate an early morning burglary on Friday at Coastal Farm Ranch.

Sequim business burglarized, police investigating

Coastal Farm & Ranch was burglarized early Friday morning. How many people were involved and what was stolen from the business at 990… Continue reading

 

Attempted murder trial postponed to November

Luoma attorney seeks ‘diminished capacity defense’

 

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Home barged from B.C. to 3 Crabs in Dungeness

Owner replaces house that burned in a fire in 2017

 

Police cruiser hit in Sequim, authorities say

A Sequim police cruiser was struck in a roundabout by a teen later booked in Clallam County jail on suspicion of DUI, according… Continue reading

Representatives with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory say they look to have its Richland and Sequim labs be among the first federal facilities in the nation to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Representatives with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory say they look to have its Richland and Sequim labs be among the first federal facilities in the nation to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Patti Winnop-Colwell, a longtime Sequim Food Bank volunteer, helps a visitor pick out some items from the facility's drive-through on June 3. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Food Bank seeing demand

New storage facility in preliminary planning

Patti Winnop-Colwell, a longtime Sequim Food Bank volunteer, helps a visitor pick out some items from the facility's drive-through on June 3. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Delay for trial possible in Sequim attempted murder case

More discovery being gathered by police, State Patrol

Sequim looking into homeshare programs

Filling empty bedrooms the goal

Large tract considered in Sequim

Housing development to go through new process

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Officials with the North Olympic Library System are exploring naming options for financial donors of the planned renovation and expansion of the Sequim Library.

North Olympic Library System talks naming rooms for donors at Sequim Library expansion

North Olympic Library System staff and board trustees are exploring options to offer naming opportunities for elements of the planned remodel and expansion… Continue reading

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Officials with the North Olympic Library System are exploring naming options for financial donors of the planned renovation and expansion of the Sequim Library.

Competency evaluation ordered for man accused of attempted murder of officer

Investigators also urge charge of first-degree murder

Neil Harrington, environmental biologist for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, said he hopes his team, with help from the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, place 1,000 traps for European green crab in Sequim Bay by the end of the year. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Green crab making inroads into Hood Canal

At least 1,000 traps to be set for invasive species

Neil Harrington, environmental biologist for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, said he hopes his team, with help from the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, place 1,000 traps for European green crab in Sequim Bay by the end of the year. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Pat Rublaitus helps light candles for a prayer service on Friday inside St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sequim for the victims of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas. About 40 people attended to pray and sing for the teachers and students and their families. Participants were encouraged to write prayers on cloth strips to be attached to a fence outside the church. The interfaith service was sponsored by St. Luke’s, Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church and Trinity United Methodist Church. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Service grieves for shooting victims

Pat Rublaitus helps light candles for a prayer service on Friday inside St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sequim for the victims of the Robb Elementary… Continue reading

Pat Rublaitus helps light candles for a prayer service on Friday inside St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sequim for the victims of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas. About 40 people attended to pray and sing for the teachers and students and their families. Participants were encouraged to write prayers on cloth strips to be attached to a fence outside the church. The interfaith service was sponsored by St. Luke’s, Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church and Trinity United Methodist Church. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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The Rev. ClayOla Gitane, rector at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, places signs and teddy bears in memory of the 21 victims of Tuesday's mass shooting in Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

Church hosts candlelight service for Texas school shooting victims

Prayer vigil tonight will include an interfaith service

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The Rev. ClayOla Gitane, rector at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, places signs and teddy bears in memory of the 21 victims of Tuesday's mass shooting in Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

Charges to be urged after report of toy guns at schools

Students allegedly pose on campuses over weekend

Bret Allen Kenney, 34, appears in Clallam County Superior Court on May 24 via video to be formally charged with attempted second-degree murder, assault on a police officer, disarming a police officer and driving under the influence of drugs. His bail was revoked and his arraignment is set for June 3.

Judge denies bail for attempted murder of police officer

Person of interest in mother’s death

Bret Allen Kenney, 34, appears in Clallam County Superior Court on May 24 via video to be formally charged with attempted second-degree murder, assault on a police officer, disarming a police officer and driving under the influence of drugs. His bail was revoked and his arraignment is set for June 3.
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Plan could add 3,000 square feet to Sequim Library

More details expected on Thursday

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Couple pleads not guilty to thefts

Separate four-day trials set for July

Bret Allen Kenney was in court on Friday.

$5 million bail set in officer assault

Man also a person of interest in homicide of his mother

Bret Allen Kenney was in court on Friday.
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Sunny Farms founder Roger Schmidt remembered

Farming, helping others in his blood, family says

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