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Fire District 3’s levy lid lift passes

Fire District 3’s levy lid lift passes

Cuts and deficits no longer loom in the immediate future for firefighters and paramedics for the immediate future following Clallam and Jefferson county… Continue reading

Fire District 3’s levy lid lift passes
Residents renew Sequim’s transportation tax

Residents renew Sequim’s transportation tax

City transportation projects in Sequim will continue uninterrupted after voters agreed to support a special tax through 2029. Sequim residents voted to renew… Continue reading

Residents renew Sequim’s transportation tax
OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019

OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019

Olympic Medical Center’s pilot program at the YMCA of Sequim, which opened more than a year ago, aims to expand its offerings in… Continue reading

OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019
Girl scouts kick start shoe drive: Girl Scout Troop brings in 130 pairs for Clallam foster children

Girl scouts kick start shoe drive: Girl Scout Troop brings in 130 pairs for Clallam foster children

Kids helping kids. That was the idea behind Girl Scout Troop 45181’s recent shoe drive for Clallam County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).… Continue reading

Girl scouts kick start shoe drive: Girl Scout Troop brings in 130 pairs for Clallam foster children
Advocates look to fight ‘public health epidemic’

Advocates look to fight ‘public health epidemic’

At the current rate, more than 140,000 people in Washington state could be living with Alzheimer’s disease by 2025, researchers estimate. “What we’re… Continue reading

Advocates look to fight ‘public health epidemic’
Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness

Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness

Resource managers at Dungeness’ Washington Maritime National Wildlife Refuge are happy to find less of what they were hunting. Lorenz Sollmann, deputy project… Continue reading

Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness
Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank

Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank

Sequim police officers continue to investigate a string of theft and burglaries at the Sequim Food Bank. Stephen Rosales, board president for the… Continue reading

Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank
Sequim declines $1M loan for Prairie Street, looks to still do public outreach

Sequim declines $1M loan for Prairie Street, looks to still do public outreach

Funding won’t be coming through quite as planned for projected work on Prairie Street. Sequim’s Public Works director David Garlington told city council… Continue reading

Sequim declines $1M loan for Prairie Street, looks to still do public outreach
Train show travels to Clallam County fairgrounds

Train show travels to Clallam County fairgrounds

Like their love for trains, the annual North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders’ show keeps growing. In its 19th year, the Train Show and… Continue reading

Train show travels to Clallam County fairgrounds

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