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Sequim landlord gives 22 businesses free April rent

A landlord is giving rental help to nearly two dozen businesses as coronavirus regulations and fears grow across the state. Dick McNish, owner… Continue reading

 

Sequim city manager reinstated after postponing trail dream

City Council members vote to bring back Charlie Bush

 

Sequim declares COVID-19 a civil emergency

Civic Center closes to public, council meeting goes virtual

 

Sequim council opts not to vote on MAT hearing examiner

Hiring a temporary hearing examiner to handle appeals concerning a proposed medication-assisted treatment facility never came to a vote before the Sequim City… Continue reading

Sequim crowns its Irrigation Festival court

For the 43rd year, Sequim crowned its royalty for the Sequim Irrigation Festival. Judges selected Lindsey Coffman as queen Saturday along with prince Logan Laxson,… Continue reading

Sequim City Council appoints interim city manager

Deschenes takes lead starting April 18

Artist helps light the way for Sunshine Festival

Ross Brown builds stations to show what light can do

Seven seek a crown at Sequim Irrigation Festival pageant

Scholarship event chooses royalty for next year

Sunshine celebration set for Sequim

New festival to offer music, art, lights, drones

Quilters, League of Women celebrate women’s suffrage with special quilt

Representatives with the League of Women Voters of Clallam County and Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club said they’re surprised a partnership hasn’t happened before.… Continue reading

‘Quilters’ pieces together pioneer women’s journey at OTA

Seven share life on the frontier in musical play

City of Sequim receives hundreds of MAT clinic comments

Three appeals made on applications classification

Photographers’ photos picked up by ‘Scholastic News’

Publication highlights Keith Ross’s eaglet pictures

Neighborhoods flood in Sequim

Projects await funding to stop stormwater issues

Clallam County Hearing Examiner Andrew Reeves has approved the first phase of Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s planned oyster farm south of the Dungeness Spit. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Oyster farm gets county OK for first phase only

Tribe must gain other state, federal permits, licenses

Clallam County Hearing Examiner Andrew Reeves has approved the first phase of Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s planned oyster farm south of the Dungeness Spit. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

State Patrol takes down Highway 101 collision report sign

Trooper says disrepair cause of removal

Sequim city manager Charlie Bush resigns

Multiple factors went into decision, effective April 17

Library system capital budget focuses on paving, painting, IT updates

Good chunk of funds will go to machinery, equipment

Good Food Awards recognizes Sequim Bee Farm for fifth year

Was sole Peninsula business honored in national competition

Dungeness River project sale nears closing date

A sale to preserve 104 acres of farmland along the Dungeness River is set to close in the coming weeks. The North Olympic… Continue reading