The first city councilor debate since sexual harassment allegations arose against city manager candidate Vernon Stoner provided an opportunity for two candidates to point fingers over the firing of the last city manager, Bill Elliott.
Veteran Master Gardener Janice Noonan will answer questions about Northwest native plants in home gardens at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, at the Woodcock Demonstration Garden, 2711 Woodcock Road, Sequim.
A talent showcase on Friday, Sept. 18, will feature five professionals and a variety of amateur entertainment acts ranging from dancing to dog acts, says coordinator Kayana Harrison of Sequim's Got Talent.
Healthy people older than 65 should be immune to the current swine flu outbreak, but it could hit young people earlier this year than the regular flu season, said Dr. Tom Locke, health officer for Clallam and Jefferson counties.
Seven people have been arrested for a residential burglary Friday, Sept. 4, in a sting operation that involved the theft of more than $110,000 in cash and coins to be used to bail out one suspect's boyfriend, according to Clallam County Sheriff's deputies.
The United States must address Iran's nuclear weapons and support for terrorism before Israel does it, former NBC-TV military analyst Rick Francona told the Rotary Club of Sequim. "Iran is a strategic issue we've put off since 1979. We have to stand up to Iran eventually," he said.
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