Jeff Chew

Medal of Honor recipient remembered in Gardiner

GARDINER — The only Navy Seabee to receive the Medal of Honor, Marvin G. Shields, was remembered for his selfless heroism under extreme fire during… Continue reading

Pancakes on menu in Sequim resident’s meeting with Iceland president

SEQUIM — Longtime Sequim resident Mary Lange is eating pancakes with the president of Iceland today. Lange, a Sequim resident for more than 30 years… Continue reading

Veterans Day story: How family went to war for POW

SEQUIM — Robert B. Heer’s entire family joined the fight to defeat the Japanese and end World War II after learning their son and brother… Continue reading

Donations help Sequim pupils make holidays bright for peers

SEQUIM — Winter Wishes brings holiday dreams to Sequim students, helping them with enough money last year to cover travel expenses home in some cases.… Continue reading

Sequim schools chief to resign

SEQUIM — Bill Bentley, Sequim School District’s superintendent since April 2007, is resigning effective June 30 to pursue other interests. “It’s time. I have the… Continue reading

Dubois, Erichsen, Pratt leading in Sequim City Council races

SEQUIM — Mayor Pro Tem Laura Dubois, City Council member Erik Erichsen and newcomer Candace Pratt were holding strong leads in their races for City… Continue reading

Construction on new Sequim street to begin Monday

SEQUIM — The stress of waiting to turn left off Grant Road onto car-gorged River Road toward Sequim's big-box store district is expected to be… Continue reading

Former chamber director now owns Sequim bookstore

SEQUIM — Vicky Maples has turned to a new page in her business career, from former Chamber of Commerce director to book store owner. Maples,… Continue reading

Both drivers unhurt in tanker-truck, car crash near Old Gardiner Road

GARDINER — An unusual noise awoke Bob McCauley at his Old Gardiner Road home Thursday morning. “I just heard sort of a grinding noise, like… Continue reading

Repairs made on Sequim post office after car crashes into front entrance

SEQUIM — The postmaster at the South Sunnyside Avenue post office in Sequim plans to reopen front-counter customer service today after repairs were being made… Continue reading

Portion of Discovery Trail in Sequim to reopen Sunday

SEQUIM — Walkers and bicyclers who have patiently waited for the Olympic Discovery Trail stretch to reopen east of the city of Sequim’s water reclamation… Continue reading

Port Angeles woman seeks missing llama; believes it was stolen in ‘brutal’ act

PORT ANGELES — Sara Woodard has been posting fliers at feed stores and gas stations between Joyce and Sequim in hopes of finding her dearly… Continue reading

WSU master gardeners get trimmed but volunteers likely to keep Clallam County program alive

SEQUIM ­— Cuts to the Clallam County Washington State University Extension Office’s Master Gardeners program eliminate office support staff, but the program will likely survive… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail cited in presidential project

The Olympic Discovery Trail could get more help from the other Washington — D.C., that is — after it was selected to be part of… Continue reading

Dog, owner injured in savage canine attack at SunLand

SEQUIM — Roger and Kathy Larson were walking their beloved dog, Sadie, on Wednesday afternoon near their Sunset Place home in SunLand when, without warning,… Continue reading

Dungeness River Audubon Center gets new director

SEQUIM — A familiar face will take the reigns at the Dungeness River Audubon Center come Jan. 1. The center's board recently promoted Powell Jones,… Continue reading

Port Angeles almost as sunny as Sequim, weather study shows

SEQUIM — The Dungeness Valley is famous for its many days in the sun. But a weather observer's yearlong sunshine study has concluded that Port… Continue reading

Sequim woman hits million-dollar jackpot at 7 Cedars; casino’s first ever

BLYN — Jaimie Giffen spent $20 to win more than $1 million Sunday night at 7 Cedars Casino. A Sequim resident for four years who… Continue reading

Mastodon discovery in Sequim made history twice [ *** GALLERY *** ]

SEQUIM — A paradigm-shifting archaeological discovery in Happy Valley, south of Sequim, has now made history twice. Bones found after Emanuel “Manny” Manis unearthed mastodon… Continue reading

Mastodon news could renew Sequim tourism

SEQUIM — A new take on the ancient remains of a mastodon found in the 1970s near Sequim is likely to prompt a new wave… Continue reading