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Volunteers provide more than 1,000 Thanksgiving meals in Sequim

Thankfulness was a key word among many visitors of Sequim Food Bank’s Family Holiday Meal Bag Distribution program in Carrie Blake Community Park.… Continue reading

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Finalists named for chief of Clallam County Fire District 3

Four candidates hail from Florida, California, Washington state

Sequim to offer surveys about downtown corner space

Designs could incorporate lawn, sculptures

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A possible redesign for new playground equipment in Margaret Kirner Park could incorporate more ladders and slides called “Chutes and Ladders.” Voters in a community survey preferred this option for the park.

Sequim reveals public’s choices for playground designs

Staff plans to ‘aggressively pursue’ funding

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A possible redesign for new playground equipment in Margaret Kirner Park could incorporate more ladders and slides called “Chutes and Ladders.” Voters in a community survey preferred this option for the park.

Sequim candidates Black, Butler, Day, Rutter discuss council topics

Housing and social services were among the topics discussed at a Sequim City Council candidate forum earlier this month. Similar topics were considered… Continue reading

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Public Safety Fair agencies to tell how to prepare for emergencies

At least 30 groups to be at Saturday event

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Sequim City Band brings ‘Haunted Harmonies’ to Port Angeles

Sequim City Band moves its concerts indoors for its 2023-24 season on Saturday with “Haunted Harmonies” at 6 p.m. in the Port Angeles… Continue reading

Pearle Peterson, 18, stands outside Sequim’s Carroll C. Kendall Unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs, where she's attended for 11 years. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim teen to sing at World Series game

Boys Girls Club member to represent organization

Pearle Peterson, 18, stands outside Sequim’s Carroll C. Kendall Unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs, where she's attended for 11 years. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim looks for ways to encourage housing

Council makes moves for grants, other options

Sequim High School student Ayden Humphries presents a video asking producers of “The Boys in the Boat” to premier their film at SHS for a fundraiser to help local homeless youths. (Image from Sequim Interact TikTok video)

‘Boys in the Boat’ film coming to Sequim

Sunrise Rotary looks to honor Joe Rantz, help homeless youths

Sequim High School student Ayden Humphries presents a video asking producers of “The Boys in the Boat” to premier their film at SHS for a fundraiser to help local homeless youths. (Image from Sequim Interact TikTok video)
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Justin Stapleton, as Ben, attempts to survive a horde of zombies coming through the windows in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Night of the Living Dead.” The OTA show opens tonight and runs through Halloween evening.

‘Night of the Living Dead’ resurrected at OTA

The dead rise once again on Olympic Theatre Arts’ stage this Halloween season. “Night of the Living Dead” returns to the OTA stage,… Continue reading

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Justin Stapleton, as Ben, attempts to survive a horde of zombies coming through the windows in Olympic Theatre Arts’ “Night of the Living Dead.” The OTA show opens tonight and runs through Halloween evening.
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Sequim church seeks all-inclusive playground

Leaders’ focus is on inclusivity, community support

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Housing, social services topics at Sequim council debate

Armacost, Downer compete for Position 1

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Sequim City Council members agreed to a contract with a Spokane firm to help with its 10-year comprehensive plan update that covers 2025-2035. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim picks contractor for comprehensive plan update

How the city will grow and what projects are prioritized are some of the many logistics Sequim faces, and those issues will be… Continue reading

Sequim City Council members agreed to a contract with a Spokane firm to help with its 10-year comprehensive plan update that covers 2025-2035. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Sequim Habitat mural hits home

Craig Robinson finishes second piece for downtown store

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John Fitzgerald Barcellos, 59, of Sequim appears in Clallam County Superior Court on Sept. 29 where he was charged with 10 felonies. (Photo screen capture)

Trial set for Sequim man charged with 10 felonies

Charges include assaulting deputy, attempting to hit children with car

John Fitzgerald Barcellos, 59, of Sequim appears in Clallam County Superior Court on Sept. 29 where he was charged with 10 felonies. (Photo screen capture)
Clallam County Fire District 3 conducts a rescue on Thursday for an injured teenager in the Dungeness River. (Chris Turner)

Firefighters rescue teen from middle of Dungeness River

A 15-year-old boy was rescued from the middle of the Dungeness River with a dislocated knee. Battalion Chief Chris Turner said Clallam County… Continue reading

Clallam County Fire District 3 conducts a rescue on Thursday for an injured teenager in the Dungeness River. (Chris Turner)

Etta Street construction to take up to eight weeks in downtown Sequim

A piping and pavement project along the Etta Street alleyway begins today and will take up to eight weeks, City of Sequim staff… Continue reading

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The Sequim Logging Show, seen in May 2023, will operate next year as its own nonprofit organization to seek insurance coverage separate from the Sequim Irrigation Festival. Organizers of both the festival and show say it was a pragmatic decision and is similar to what the festival did in late 2017 after leaving the umbrella of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Logging Show to be separate from festival

New nonprofit formed, but event will continue

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The Sequim Logging Show, seen in May 2023, will operate next year as its own nonprofit organization to seek insurance coverage separate from the Sequim Irrigation Festival. Organizers of both the festival and show say it was a pragmatic decision and is similar to what the festival did in late 2017 after leaving the umbrella of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Sequim downtown lot to be prepped for redesign with three potential concepts

City purchased Centennial Place property in 2013 for 100th anniversary