Clare Manis Hatler, center, discusses the Manis Mastodon in the new Sequim Museum Arts building. She was being interviewed by KBTC associate producer Chris Anderson, left, for a segment of the “Northwest Now” web program. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Clare Manis Hatler, center, discusses the Manis Mastodon in the new Sequim Museum Arts building. She was being interviewed by KBTC associate producer Chris Anderson, left, for a segment of the “Northwest Now” web program. (Conor Dowley/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Manis Mastodon, Sequim’s major archaeological find, in focus with PBS affiliate

Sequim’s major archeological history got a focus from local PBS affiliate

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