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Nathon Maxwell will open a private counseling business at 207 W. Spruce St. [Read More]
By Michael Carman... [Read More]
Roughrider swimmers win... [Read More]
The words of Martin Luther King Jr. were found on colorful posters made by middle school students as they walked the streets of downtown Sequim on Friday, Jan. 13, to demonstrate their support... [Read More]
Liberty Arts invites the community to a new exhibition, Alternate Paths, featuring the works of Mike McCollum from Sequim, Washington, and Al Honig from San Francisco. [Read More]
A Clallam County jury found a Sequim man guilty of two charges of second-degree assault while armed with a semi-automatic handgun during a Feb. 17 confrontation with two men. [Read More]
The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe and North Olympic Salmon Coalition seek volunteers to plant native trees along the Dungeness River on Saturday and Sunday. [Read More]
Olympic Theatre Arts will conduct auditions for "Spoon River Anthology - Perspectives" on Saturday. [Read More]
The annual Sequim High School Jazz Dinner Dance will kick off at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Sequim High School cafeteria to raise money for the school's band and color guard programs. [Read More]
Bremerton High School and Sequim players battle for a rebound Friday night at Bremerton. [Read More]
When a 5-year-old Sequim boy complained of arm pain in September, his parents chalked it up to growing pains. [Read More]
The city of Sequim's finance and utility billing office will be closed from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday for a staff planning meeting. [Read More]
Sequim wrestlers showed some resiliency last week after a tough loss to Klahowya. [Read More]
A knock at Carolyn Crane's door last summer went from a routine check-up to a $1,500 bill without warning. [Read More]
Due to overcrowding at Sequim elementary schools, a group of fourth- and fifth-grade students will be learning in a combined grade level classroom at Sequim Middle School. [Read More]
Clallam County Democrats and Republicans from Sequim and Port Angeles joined Joy Helmer for dinner and a transpartisan discussion at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5., in Helmer's cozy living room. [Read More]
Deborah Rambo Sinn, a Sequim pianist with international experience both performing and teaching, joins the Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra for its first two concerts of 2017. [Read More]
Mel and Mary Fisher of Sequim had an unhappy discovery to start 2017. [Read More]
Basketball... [Read More]
Sequim saw improvements for first-time swims in more than a half-dozen events in their first meet back from winter break (and second meet of the season), falling to Klahowya 99-52 on Jan. 4. [Read More]