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More than 40 students from Grant Street Elementary who helped raise funds for the relocation of the 100-foot flight pen visited the Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue on June 10. (Alana Linderoth/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Flight pen set up in Port Townsend for injured raptors

PORT TOWNSEND — The North Olympic Peninsula now has a flight pen to aid in rehabilitating raptors. The flight pen, measuring 100 feet long, 16… Continue reading

More than 40 students from Grant Street Elementary who helped raise funds for the relocation of the 100-foot flight pen visited the Discovery Bay Wild Bird Rescue on June 10. (Alana Linderoth/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Joy Morrill is one of the many shining and fuzzy stars of Clallam Mosaic's “Where's Ward?” scheduled to be performed this weekend. (Bonne Smith)

WEEKEND: Snappy Players Troupe asks, ‘Where’s Ward?’ this weekend in Sequim performances

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, June 10. SEQUIM — The semi-improvisational Snappy Players Troupe reunites for its seventh year with two shows of… Continue reading

Joy Morrill is one of the many shining and fuzzy stars of Clallam Mosaic's “Where's Ward?” scheduled to be performed this weekend. (Bonne Smith)
Joy Morrill is one of the many shining and fuzzy stars of Clallam Mosaic's “Where's Ward?” scheduled to be performed this weekend. (Bonne Smith)

WEEKEND: Snappy Players Troupe asks, ‘Where’s Ward?’ this weekend in Sequim performances

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, June 10. SEQUIM — The semi-improvisational Snappy Players Troupe reunites for its seventh year with two shows of… Continue reading

Joy Morrill is one of the many shining and fuzzy stars of Clallam Mosaic's “Where's Ward?” scheduled to be performed this weekend. (Bonne Smith)

Scholarship available for Forks students aiming for college; application deadline is July 22

FORKS — Forks residents whose college goals might have been put on hold because of finances or life challenges are encouraged to apply for the… Continue reading

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush

Sequim city attorney’s retirement raises eyebrows

SEQUIM — Sequim City Council members donned fake bushy eyebrows in honor of retiring City Attorney Craig Ritchie, whose face is adorned with the real… Continue reading

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush
Sequim's aquatic facility

Sequim aquatic facility vandalized by teens; up to $4,000 in damage done

SEQUIM — Two juveniles have been accused of vandalizing Sequim's aquatic facility and causing some $2,000 to $4,000 worth of damage. The facility at 610… Continue reading

Sequim's aquatic facility
The popular Kids Fishing Day event

WEEKEND: Annual Kids Fishing Day takes bait this Saturday at Carrie Blake Park in Sequim

SEQUIM — Whether they are out for a bite or to see if they're biting, Sequim's annual Kids Fishing Day always draws quite a crowd.… Continue reading

The popular Kids Fishing Day event
Azlynn Judd of Sequim Acrobatics does a cartwheel for the crowd as fellow acrobats Anna Geer

Sequim Irrigation Fest celebrates grand finale with fireworks, parades, shows

SEQUIM — The Sequim Irrigation Festival's Grand Finale Weekend will offer strongmen, a logging show, a grand parade and fireworks. The festival, now celebrating its… Continue reading

Azlynn Judd of Sequim Acrobatics does a cartwheel for the crowd as fellow acrobats Anna Geer
Azlynn Judd of Sequim Acrobatics does a cartwheel for the crowd as fellow acrobats Anna Geer

Sequim Irrigation Fest celebrates grand finale with fireworks, parades, shows

SEQUIM — The Sequim Irrigation Festival's Grand Finale Weekend will offer strongmen, a logging show, a grand parade and fireworks. The festival, now celebrating its… Continue reading

Azlynn Judd of Sequim Acrobatics does a cartwheel for the crowd as fellow acrobats Anna Geer
Patrick and Ronan Clark roll down Washington Street in style sporting a crab theme for the 2015 Kids Parade during the Sequim Irrigation Festival. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Irrigation Festival starts with a ‘crazy’ weekend set to kick off today

SEQUIM — The first weekend of the Sequim Irrigation Festival will begin with this morning's Crazy Daze Breakfast. Washington's longest continuing festival is set from… Continue reading

Patrick and Ronan Clark roll down Washington Street in style sporting a crab theme for the 2015 Kids Parade during the Sequim Irrigation Festival. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

State budget carries funding for two modular school buildings in Sequim

SEQUIM — The state's 2016 capital budget includes an appropriation to provide two modular classroom buildings to the Sequim School District, school officials reported this… Continue reading

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Habitat for Humanity continues neighborhood revitalization project in Sequim

SEQUIM — Work continues this week on a Sequim home as part of a Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County Neighborhood Revitalization project. The home… Continue reading

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Serenity House opens Sequim single-family shelter

SEQUIM — Serenity House officials reached a milestone mid-month when they opened a single-family shelter in Sequim. “It took a little while to find a… Continue reading

Linda Donaghay

Sequim diner’s missing carved bear returns

SEQUIM — The bear is back. Peek-a-Boo Bear, a carving set to face into a window at Black Bear Diner, was returned to the restaurant… Continue reading

Linda Donaghay
“12 Feet” by Zoe Yates is one of the films that will be seen at the Sequim Student Film Festival tonight. ()

WEEKEND: Student films to screen today during the 2016 Student Film Festival at Sequim High School

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, April 22. SEQUIM — It's time to celebrate student filmmakers once again. The Sequim Education Foundation's 2016 Student… Continue reading

“12 Feet” by Zoe Yates is one of the films that will be seen at the Sequim Student Film Festival tonight. ()
Some of the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office volunteers honored at a March 5 ceremony include

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office awards its top employees, volunteers

PORT ANGELES — Clallam County Sheriff’s Deputy Paul Federline has been awarded the Sheriff’s Office Employee of the Year award, while community policing volunteer Carole… Continue reading

Some of the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office volunteers honored at a March 5 ceremony include

Sequim Science Cafe to explore precipitation study today

SEQUIM — A researcher will present findings of a study of precipitation on the North Olympic Peninsula today. Angela Rowe — a scientist in the… Continue reading

The Peninsula Singers practice at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sequim recently. (Olympic Peninsula News Group)

WEEKEND: Peninsula Singers to stage pair of Bruckner concerts starting Saturday

SEQUIM — Yet again, the Peninsula Singers will present a program of some of the world's most famous and challenging choral music. They'll perform their… Continue reading

The Peninsula Singers practice at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sequim recently. (Olympic Peninsula News Group)
The Peninsula Singers practice at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sequim recently. (Olympic Peninsula News Group)

WEEKEND: Peninsula Singers to stage pair of Bruckner concerts starting Saturday

SEQUIM — Yet again, the Peninsula Singers will present a program of some of the world's most famous and challenging choral music. They'll perform their… Continue reading

The Peninsula Singers practice at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sequim recently. (Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Peninsula Trails Coalition volunteers work on the Railroad Bridge

Railroad Bridge link of Olympic Discovery Trail open again after upgrades

SEQUIM — Without major fanfare, the bridge at Dungeness Railroad Bridge Park, which is a link in the Olympic Discovery Trail, is open once again.… Continue reading

Peninsula Trails Coalition volunteers work on the Railroad Bridge