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Breast cancer survivor shares story

Nancy Hofmann already has planned her hat for the 21st Mad Hatter’s luncheon and tea party Oct. 5. To celebrate her 20th year… Continue reading

 

Classified staff at Sequim School District rally for raises

Classified staff at Sequim School District want their piece of the McCleary pie. At the Sequim School Board meeting Monday, classified staff —… Continue reading

 

Sand sculptor Kali Bradford brings artwork to fundraiser

World-renowned sand sculptor Kali Bradford plans to create a special piece for the Reach and Row for Hospice and Waterfront Day event set… Continue reading

 

Sequim teachers approve new contract: Both Sequim, Port Angeles bargained after McCleary

The agreement on a new contract reached by the Sequim School District and the Sequim teachers’ union focuses on more flexible planning time… Continue reading

Sequim author Aaron Elkins explores history, art in new thriller

Sequim author Aaron Elkins’ new mystery book paints a picture of the past. Elkins, an award-winning author and former anthropology professor, saw the… Continue reading

Sequim chamber leader reflects on tenure

Shelli Robb-Kahler said she’s gained “invaluable” experience as she looks back at more than seven years as executive director of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley… Continue reading

Bedinger family asks for Morse Creek road barriers after death of daughter

Kim and Don Bedinger hope to make the Morse Creek curve on U.S. Highway 101 east of Port Angeles safer for travelers after… Continue reading

ARTfusion celebrates 10 years

ARTfusion returns for its 10th annual art show and sale from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today through Sunday at the Cutting Garden… Continue reading

Stromberg sings for homeless awareness

Wesley Stromberg is bringing part of his national tour “The Way Up” to Sequim with a concert to raise awareness of homelessness in… Continue reading

Sequim woman receives aviation award

To sum up her life and love of aviation in a few words, Donna Wilson-Sommer said: “It’s been a joy ride.” A Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim warming center seeks new space

The Sequim Community Warming Center is in need of a new home before cold weather returns. Jean Pratschner, the warming center’s manager, said… Continue reading

Sequim School District superintendent discusses OPA plans

Olympic Peninsula Academy portables are tentatively set to be ready for staff and students Sept. 6 before the program begins classes Sept. 10,… Continue reading

Plans for school portables underway

As Sequim School District readies for the next school year, several programs and schools are looking at portables as temporary solutions for housing… Continue reading

Sequim School Board OKs new president, annual budget, fund minimum

The Sequim School Board has a new president. President Heather Short announced she was stepping down as board president and the board agreed… Continue reading

Meet one of the cast from ‘Castaways’: Sequim man one of 12 contestants on new television show

Sequim native Richard Rogers has a passion for fishing and is a fan of survivalist shows, so it was only natural he was… Continue reading

A ‘Night at the Museum’ in honor of Robby Streett

“A Night at the Museum” is coming to life with a variety of activities and proceeds donated to the Robby Streett Legacy Fund.… Continue reading

Sequim Wheelers up and running with wheelchair bike service

The Sequim Wheelers are getting its wheels rolling. The nonprofit organization started giving free wheelchair bike rides to Sequim community members along Olympic… Continue reading

Sequim VFW post aiming to stay open

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4760 is managing to keep its doors open — barely. Former commander Neil Gamroth said at the… Continue reading

Sequim’s Joie Darminio accepted into ballet trainee program

Joie Darminio is chasing her dreams of becoming a professional modern contemporary dancer one step at a time. While she’s only 17, Darminio… Continue reading

Members of the Port Angeles Community Players, from back left, Richard Stephens, Barbara Frederick, Jahanna Stewart, Janet Lucas and Kathy Balducci, discovered multiple leaks coming from the roof of the Port Angeles Community Playhouse theater in June. They anticipate the cost for repairs to come in at about $21,000.

Donations requested to fix Playhouse roof

The Port Angeles Community Playhouse, a building that has served as a Port Angeles venue for theater shows and productions for 47… Continue reading

Members of the Port Angeles Community Players, from back left, Richard Stephens, Barbara Frederick, Jahanna Stewart, Janet Lucas and Kathy Balducci, discovered multiple leaks coming from the roof of the Port Angeles Community Playhouse theater in June. They anticipate the cost for repairs to come in at about $21,000.