A 52-year-old man from out of state suffered fractured ribs when thrown from his horse Monday afternoon while riding a trail along 1200 DNR Road, off the west end of Olson Road near Lost Mountain Road.
Michael Dew has gas. With his longtime friend and business partner Kevin Widell - owner of A+ Equipment Rentals, Inc. - Dew is providing the Clallam and Jefferson county areas with all their propane needs.
The master gardener foundation of the olympic peninsula hosts its 16th annual home garden tour of seven sequim gardens. Tickets are $15 per person prior to the june 27 tour, $20 day of tour, available at many local nurseries.
This weekend's Nationwide Open House will provide first-time home buyers with an opportunity to view numerous homes, many at reduced prices, while the federal government's $8,000 tax credit still is available.
Nineteen Peninsula College graduates were honored as the college's 2009 President's Medalists at the college's board of trustees meeting June 9 in Port Angeles. This distinction is awarded each year to graduates who show scholarly excellence.
The city's banner stand at Washington Street and Sunnyside Avenue that was damaged in October 2008 won't be replaced until 2010 or later when sufficient general fund money or hotel/motel taxes are available, the Sequim City Council decided Monday night.
The Irrigation Festival float is one of the most visible parts of the festival as it travels to approximately 16 parades throughout the year and represents Sequim around Western Washington. The festival committee is searching for a new float construction chairman as well as a float designer for the upcoming festival year.
More people in Clallam County are trying to quit smoking using the state's toll-free Tobacco Quit Line. In April 2009, 74 people called the quit line, compared to an average monthly call of 33 last year - a 124-percent increase.
No raining on this commencement parade. The Sequim High School graduates of 2009 may be facing the worst economic climate and job market in nearly 80 years, but one couldn't tell it by the smiles on the faces of nearly 200 graduates at Sequim's athletic field Friday evening.
Sequim Senior Activity Center is accepting donations of quality and gently used items for its fourth-annual benefit sale Aug. 6-7 to raise funds for the center and for scholarships for local high school students.
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