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David Large leads a small tour in November of his home that produces more energy than it uses. He hosts an open house Saturday.

Sequim ‘net-zero’ home joins National Solar Tour on Saturday

Owner says most people can upgrade, save with incentives

 

A portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail between the Dungeness River Nature Center and Priest Road was closed for several hours Thursday morning due to an active shooter scenario. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Update: Man dead after officer-involved shooting following a standoff

Independent team from Kitsap County investigating incident

 

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Police honor Sequim residents for saving officer

Three men heard ruckus and rushed to help

 

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A burglary sometime between Sept. 6-7 left the front door of Sunny Farms Supplement Store broken as the burglar took a cash register till that contained no money, Sequim police report.

Sequim store burglar gets away with empty till

A burglary at Sunny Farms Supplement Store in Sequim turned up with nothing for the culprit. Sometime on the night of Labor Day,… Continue reading

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A burglary sometime between Sept. 6-7 left the front door of Sunny Farms Supplement Store broken as the burglar took a cash register till that contained no money, Sequim police report.

Tacoma woman sentenced to 19 months after Sequim crime spree

The second partner in a May “crime spree” through Sequim agreed to a plea deal for theft charges in Clallam and Pierce counties.… Continue reading

Hearing examiner approves 215-home build in Sequim

Some neighbors seeking reconsideration of project

A hot air balloon piloted by Captain Crystal Stout drifts over the Dungeness Valley west of Sequim in this 2012 file photo. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Air Affaire to showcase aviation industry

Saturday event includes last hurrah for balloon program

A hot air balloon piloted by Captain Crystal Stout drifts over the Dungeness Valley west of Sequim in this 2012 file photo. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
To usher in the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's Healing Clinic, from left, Dana Ward, tribal council member; Loni Greninger, council vice-chair; Elaine Grinnell, elder, and W. Ron Allen, chairman, cut the ribbon on the facility that aims to help locals overcome opioid use disorder. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Jamestown Tribe ushers in healing clinic

Facility a place to help those with opioid use disorder

To usher in the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's Healing Clinic, from left, Dana Ward, tribal council member; Loni Greninger, council vice-chair; Elaine Grinnell, elder, and W. Ron Allen, chairman, cut the ribbon on the facility that aims to help locals overcome opioid use disorder. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim VFW burglar pleads guilty, serves jail time

A man arrested for burglarizing the Sequim Veterans of Foreign War Post 4760 in March pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary and served time… Continue reading

Lakewood man agrees to eight years for Sequim crime spree

Fiancee also approves plea deal; sentencing hearing set for Aug. 23

Sequim OKs new flag display policy

A new chapter in the Sequim Municipal Code formalizes what flags will be displayed in and outside the Sequim Civic Center. The Sequim… Continue reading

Crying Lady Rock on Second Beach in Clallam County is part of a stamp set celebrating the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act being signed into law Oct 23, 1972. The photograph was taken by Matt McIntosh. (Photo courtesy USPS)

USPS stamp set includes popular Clallam County landmark

Artwork marks marine sanctuary’s 50th anniversary

Crying Lady Rock on Second Beach in Clallam County is part of a stamp set celebrating the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act being signed into law Oct 23, 1972. The photograph was taken by Matt McIntosh. (Photo courtesy USPS)

Sequim man sentenced to 18 years for child rape

Judge: Actions were ‘appalling’

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Scott Edmundson, a PNNL-Sequim research botanist, speaks at PNNL-Sequim’s seawater propagation station with, from left, Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Secretary of Energy, U.S. representative Derek Kilmer, Geri Richmond, DOE’s undersecretary for Science and Innovation, and others about PNNL-Sequim’s efforts to harness essential minerals from the ocean and plant life.

Secretary of Energy tours Pacific Northwest National Laboratory-Sequim

Facility could see funding for research and development

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Scott Edmundson, a PNNL-Sequim research botanist, speaks at PNNL-Sequim’s seawater propagation station with, from left, Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Secretary of Energy, U.S. representative Derek Kilmer, Geri Richmond, DOE’s undersecretary for Science and Innovation, and others about PNNL-Sequim’s efforts to harness essential minerals from the ocean and plant life.
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The Strait Stamp Show on Saturday in the Guy Cole Event Center features free entry, free stamps for children, a penny table, door prizes and vendors.

Sequim stamp show Saturday celebrates wide-variety of tastes

As stamps circulate the world every day, local collectors look to bring some new and seasoned collectors from Canada and Western Washington to… Continue reading

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The Strait Stamp Show on Saturday in the Guy Cole Event Center features free entry, free stamps for children, a penny table, door prizes and vendors.
Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Colonial soldiers shoot at the British in a skirmish reenactment during the Northwest Colonial Festival in 2021. It returns for four days today through Sunday with skirmishes and demonstrations at the George Washington Inn.
Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Colonial soldiers shoot at the British in a skirmish reenactment during the Northwest Colonial Festival in 2021. It returns for four days today through Sunday with skirmishes and demonstrations at the George Washington Inn.
Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Access from River Road to West Silberhorn Road was closed for several hours Monday after a cyclist died after being struck by a garbage truck.

Sequim man dies after he was hit by garbage truck

A Sequim man has died after he was struck by a garbage truck, reported the Sequim Police Department. Sgt. Carolee Edwards said Thomas… Continue reading

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Access from River Road to West Silberhorn Road was closed for several hours Monday after a cyclist died after being struck by a garbage truck.
Matthew Nash / Olympic Peninsula News Group
Haley Petty, 17, of Agnew earned reserve market champion with Roast the rabbit at the Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday at the Sequim Prairie Grange. It was her fifth year selling animals at the auction.

Animal prices heat up during warm youth auction

Livestock sales help students with projects, schooling

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Haley Petty, 17, of Agnew earned reserve market champion with Roast the rabbit at the Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday at the Sequim Prairie Grange. It was her fifth year selling animals at the auction.
Photo courtesy of Dan James
Nearly 800 people rode in the Tour de Lavender this weekend in Sequim and Dungeness valleys, with the event expected to raise $20,000 to help main the Olympic Peninsula Trail.

CYCLING: Tour de Lavender returns to pre-pandemic levels

Cyclists returned to pre-pandemic numbers for the Tour de Lavender on Saturday after a participant cap last year put in place because of… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of Dan James
Nearly 800 people rode in the Tour de Lavender this weekend in Sequim and Dungeness valleys, with the event expected to raise $20,000 to help main the Olympic Peninsula Trail.
Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group 

Agnew Little Free Pantry volunteers greet Sarah Irish, a Molina Healthcare community engagement specialist, fifth from left, as she donates $2,000 for food from the agency. Some of the volunteers who work daily to restock the pantry, include, from left, Susan Harris, Dave Large, Florence and Michael Bucierka, Irish, Peggy and John Toppenberg, Dave Iezzi, and Ren Garypie. 

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Little Free Pantries see higher demand, costs

Donations help offset federal programming being reduced

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Agnew Little Free Pantry volunteers greet Sarah Irish, a Molina Healthcare community engagement specialist, fifth from left, as she donates $2,000 for food from the agency. Some of the volunteers who work daily to restock the pantry, include, from left, Susan Harris, Dave Large, Florence and Michael Bucierka, Irish, Peggy and John Toppenberg, Dave Iezzi, and Ren Garypie. 

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