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Historic plane en route to WWII tribute in Hawaii

Historic plane en route to WWII tribute in Hawaii

Diamond Point pilots quarantine ahead of journey

Historic plane en route to WWII tribute in Hawaii
River Center expansion to begin this summer

River Center expansion to begin this summer

Virtual groundbreaking held via partners

River Center expansion to begin this summer
Lavender farmers say weekend was smaller but steady

Lavender farmers say weekend was smaller but steady

Many farms to remain open for summer with restrictions in place

Lavender farmers say weekend was smaller but steady
Fireworks possible for Sequim’s Fourth in 2021

Fireworks possible for Sequim’s Fourth in 2021

Council agrees to keep drone show with Sunshine Festival

Fireworks possible for Sequim’s Fourth in 2021
Diamond Point pilots to mark 75th anniversary of WWII’s end

Diamond Point pilots to mark 75th anniversary of WWII’s end

Two friends to join festivities in Hawaii

Diamond Point pilots to mark 75th anniversary of WWII’s end
Carlsborg manufactured home proposal goes to hearing examiner again

Carlsborg manufactured home proposal goes to hearing examiner again

Kitsap judge reverses, remands some of application

Carlsborg manufactured home proposal goes to hearing examiner again
Lavender farms open with safety precautions

Lavender farms open with safety precautions

Visitors respectful of regulations, farmers say

Lavender farms open with safety precautions
Former Sequim resident Bailey Bryan goes on Instagram virtual tour
Former Sequim resident Bailey Bryan goes on Instagram virtual tour
Clallam’s childcare crunch: Community leaders explore options

Clallam’s childcare crunch: Community leaders explore options

Location expansion, training some ways discussed to help

Clallam’s childcare crunch: Community leaders explore options
Sequim extends COVID-19 business grants

Sequim extends COVID-19 business grants

Sequim City Council members chose to add up to another $60,000 to the city’s COVID-19 Small Business Rapid Relief Program so that the… Continue reading

Sequim extends COVID-19 business grants
Sequim Boys & Girls Club to add playground

Sequim Boys & Girls Club to add playground

Leaders hope for summer finish, seek final funds

Sequim Boys & Girls Club to add playground

Sequim drone show remains possibility on Fourth of July 2021

City Council asks staff to explore funding, fireworks options

Sequim girl gets drive-by birthday celebration

Sequim girl gets drive-by birthday celebration

3-year-old’s family holds honk-and-wave party

Sequim girl gets drive-by birthday celebration

Sequim City Council to discuss racism

Council originally opted to wait on talks

No date set for MAT’s hearing examiner review

Injunction proceeding in Clallam Superior Court set for Friday

The Sequim City Council has voted to close a portion of Washington Street for the Fourth of July this year to promote business downtown similar to the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Family Fun Day, seen here in 2018. What the closure will entail is to be determined, City of Sequim staff said. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
The Sequim City Council has voted to close a portion of Washington Street for the Fourth of July this year to promote business downtown similar to the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Family Fun Day, seen here in 2018. What the closure will entail is to be determined, City of Sequim staff said. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim disperses business grants

Aims to assist with bills, salaries, new inventory

Tribe’s hotel, campuses to connect with city sewer this month

Tribe’s hotel, campuses to connect with city sewer this month

Reclaimed water cleared for use again in city

Tribe’s hotel, campuses to connect with city sewer this month