Erin Hawkins

Greywolf Elementary portable offers new classroom space

Greywolf Elementary School teacher Aaron Reno has returned to his old classroom space after teaching his two fifth-grade math classes out of the… Continue reading


Annual Barn Dance set for March

Five Acre School offers a full day of entertainment for children and adults at its 11th annual Beat the Blues Barn Dance on… Continue reading


Arco gas station concerns persist for school reps

Greywolf Elementary parents continue to ask questions


PHOTO: National emergency protest in Sequim

More than 100 protesters showed up at the intersection of Sequim Avenue and Washington Street in Sequim on Monday to show opposition to President Donald… Continue reading

Award-winning ‘Death of a Salesman’ hits Olympic Theatre Arts stage

Drama portrays tragedy, tangible human experiences

Women Veterans Conference set for Friday

The third annual Women Veterans Conference and Luncheon will offer area women veterans an opportunity to network and learn more about accessible resources… Continue reading

Support comes in for Highway 101 improvements at Morse Creek

Bedinger family asks for letters to send to state representative

Sequim warming center to open doors every night

The Sequim Community Warming Center will be open for February and March every night of the week, starting tonight. The center will be… Continue reading

KSQM powers through recent winter storm, power outage

While thousands of residents in Clallam County were without power after a windstorm ripped through the area in mid-December, one local radio station… Continue reading

Sequim’s Olympic View Inn under new ownership

Guests at Olympic View Inn might notice some small changes next time they book a room at the hotel in Sequim. Crystal Investment… Continue reading

Sequim School Board discusses unrepresented employee salaries

Sequim School Board members have tabled a new salary schedule for unrepresented district employees. They also tabled Monday night the decision to submit… Continue reading

Former Sequim mayor remembered for work with youth

Walt Schubert was known for his many roles in Sequim, from City Council member to mayor to Santa Claus. He was known for… Continue reading

Salmon Coalition celebrates decade-long project

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition honored 10 years of work and partnerships made along the way in its 3 Crabs nearshore and estuarine… Continue reading

Sequim School District’s new kitchen set to open January

Sequim School District is set to start off the new year with a new modern central kitchen facility. Craig Fulton, project director of… Continue reading

Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild gives fire district funds for software

The Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild has donated funds to Clallam County Fire District No. 3 to buy a software upgrade that officials said will… Continue reading

Sequim author shares perspective of women in Forest Service

Lauren Turner of Sequim hopes to give women an exclusive look at the career opportunities available to women in the U.S. Forest Service… Continue reading

Portable problems persist in Sequim schools

Classroom space — or lack thereof — continues to be an issue at Sequim schools, particularly for at least one teacher at Greywolf… Continue reading

Rainshadow Coffee Roasting Company expands to California

California coffee lovers are in for a treat as Rainshadow Coffee Roasting Company looks to expand its coffee business south. Rainshadow Coffee owners… Continue reading

All kinds of comedy in ‘The Nutcracker Cracked Up’

Olympic Theatre Arts and Sequim Ballet come together for an original twist on a timeless Christmas classic with “The Nutcracker Cracked Up.” Comedic… Continue reading

Nazarene Church portrays the Christmas story in Carlsborg

Sequim Valley Nazarene Church is bringing back its living nativity guided tour with live actors and animals to tell the Christmas story. Pastor… Continue reading