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A Christmas tradition started earlier than usual in Sequim thanks to COVID-19. [Read More]
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Santa Claus will be the guest at a First Teacher parent meeting at 10 a.m. Monday. [Read More]
The Shipley Center will host a Holiday Crafts Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4, and Saturday, Dec. 5. [Read More]
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Virtual holiday tree-lighting ceremonies are set for Sequim today (Thursday) and Port Angeles on Saturday. [Read More]
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"Take what you need; give what you can." [Read More]
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Sewing business moves to new storefront in Carlsborg... [Read More]
Rachel Anderson was born and raised in Sequim, in what she described as an abusive, low income household. [Read More]
MD... [Read More]
The City of Sequim and the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce are again partnering to make available the COVID-19 Small Business Rapid Relief Program (CSBRRP),... [Read More]
A group of volunteers were busy this past weekend adorning Sequim with lights, including displays at the 1st Security Bank park across the Washington Street/Sequim... [Read More]
It was during a cast table reading in the summer of 2019 in Atlanta when Carol Swarbrick Dries first met legendary singer-actress Dolly Parton. [Read More]
A number of facility needs targeted by school advocates and staff in recent years are anticipated to go in front of voters in the form... [Read More]
Organizers expect continued, growing need in community... [Read More]
A warm place for those who need it in Sequim on cold fall and winter nights is open once again, modified this year for the... [Read More]
Video footage sought of incident near church... [Read More]
Port Angeles schools may follow based on infection rate... [Read More]
Students in the Sequim School District will return to all remote learning starting Wednesday, Nov. 25, acting superintendent Jane Pryne announced Monday. [Read More]
It's nice when Dolly Parton compliments you on your moves. [Read More]
A group of Sequim-area artists are finding the creative silver linings at the end of a challenging year. [Read More]
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