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Sequim proposes $38.4 million budget for 2019

Reconstructing Fir Street, doing more for the arts and helping the Water Reclamation Facility smell better are all on tap for the city… Continue reading

Hearing examiner denies 66 Carlsborg manufactured homes again

A proposed Carlsborg manufactured home park faces another crossroads. Clallam County Hearing Examiner Andrew Reeves has again denied Atterberry Landing, a proposed 66-manufactured… Continue reading

Faulty heater leads to Sequim High School evacuation

Faulty heater leads to Sequim High School evacuation

Sequim High School classes were evacuated into the pouring rain after students and staff smelled smoke in a classroom. Firefighters with Clallam County… Continue reading

Faulty heater leads to Sequim High School evacuation
European green crab’s reach stretches across North Olympic Peninsula

European green crab’s reach stretches across North Olympic Peninsula

The European green crab now spans the North Olympic Peninsula, having been found among fallen trees in the Tsoo-Yess River in Neah Bay, in the… Continue reading

European green crab’s reach stretches across North Olympic Peninsula

Music Live starts new program starting Oct. 9

A popular music staple in Sequim starts next week with a new name, time and format at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Music Live… Continue reading

Sunland aims to entice new golfers

Sunland aims to entice new golfers

As its new general manager, Michael Snyder looks to implement a new “bare bones budget” initiative to bring in more golfers and green… Continue reading

Sunland aims to entice new golfers
Sequim’s River Festival celebrates 20 years

Sequim’s River Festival celebrates 20 years

“A wish upon a river” could be a storybook opening for this year’s Dungeness River Festival. Organizers for the annual free event, which… Continue reading

Sequim’s River Festival celebrates 20 years
Postal Service hires new Sequim Postmaster Rob Garfinkle

Postal Service hires new Sequim Postmaster Rob Garfinkle

If a package, newspaper, utility bill or love letter is on its way, Rob Garfinkle wants you to get your mail on time.… Continue reading

Postal Service hires new Sequim Postmaster Rob Garfinkle
Fire destroys 50 golf carts at The Cedars at Dungeness

Fire destroys 50 golf carts at The Cedars at Dungeness

A fire consumed an estimated 50 golf carts and other course equipment early Sunday morning at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course. Eric… Continue reading

Fire destroys 50 golf carts at The Cedars at Dungeness
Uranium from the sea: Sequim lab links yarn and seawater to expand energy options

Uranium from the sea: Sequim lab links yarn and seawater to expand energy options

Sequim researchers said they have hit a major milestone for a potential energy source using household yarn, seawater and chemistry. By flowing constant… Continue reading

Uranium from the sea: Sequim lab links yarn and seawater to expand energy options
Volunteer pilots turn training for disaster into food drive

Volunteer pilots turn training for disaster into food drive

Food donations soared across the North Olympic Peninsula thanks to volunteers on Saturday. Several pilots with Disaster Aircraft Response Team, DART, of Clallam… Continue reading

Volunteer pilots turn training for disaster into food drive
City of Sequim to investigate John Wayne Marina costs for upkeep, repairs

City of Sequim to investigate John Wayne Marina costs for upkeep, repairs

City of Sequim officials say they’re doing their “due diligence” in seeing what repairs and upkeep may cost at the John Wayne Marina… Continue reading

City of Sequim to investigate John Wayne Marina costs for upkeep, repairs
Creamery samples show no E. coli after state investigation

Creamery samples show no E. coli after state investigation

State Department of Agriculture laboratory tests found no traces of E. coli in products from Dungeness Valley Creamery, a raw milk dairy farm… Continue reading

Creamery samples show no E. coli after state investigation
After injury, Jon Eekhoff plans to teach again at Sequim High School

After injury, Jon Eekhoff plans to teach again at Sequim High School

Five months after an accident put 53-year-old Sequim High School literature teacher Jon Eekhoff in the hospital with a brain injury, he and… Continue reading

After injury, Jon Eekhoff plans to teach again at Sequim High School
Decision expected soon on Carlsborg manufactured home park

Decision expected soon on Carlsborg manufactured home park

A proposed 55-and-older manufactured home development in Carlsborg is getting another look from Andrew Reeves, Clallam County hearing examiner. After Reeves’ decision to… Continue reading

Decision expected soon on Carlsborg manufactured home park
Sequim to install 19 speed radar signs by October

Sequim to install 19 speed radar signs by October

Sequim city officials want to keep traffic moving slowly through town. City staff announced plans Aug. 13 to purchase 19 solar powered radar… Continue reading

Sequim to install 19 speed radar signs by October
Comments on forest road closures taken through Sept. 4

Comments on forest road closures taken through Sept. 4

Less than two weeks remain for local hikers and riders to comment on the U.S. Forest Service’s proposal to decommission and/or close more… Continue reading

Comments on forest road closures taken through Sept. 4
Collision kills former Port Angeles couple, injures two Sequim residents

Collision kills former Port Angeles couple, injures two Sequim residents

Family and friends are mourning the loss of two Port Angeles natives and praying for smooth recoveries for an injured Sequim couple after… Continue reading

Collision kills former Port Angeles couple, injures two Sequim residents
Air Affaire to soar this weekend

Air Affaire to soar this weekend

Like for a drive-in movie, organizers for the Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Sequim Valley Fly-In encourage visitors to pile in as many… Continue reading

Air Affaire to soar this weekend
Hot rods rev up for Sequim Prairie Nights

Hot rods rev up for Sequim Prairie Nights

When you see this many cool cars rolling down Washington Street, it usually means it’s May and Irrigation Festival time. In August, however,… Continue reading

Hot rods rev up for Sequim Prairie Nights