Sequim High School celebrates its newest graduating class on June 9, 2017. In all, 238 seniors were rewarded with diplomas. Sequim Gazette photos by Michael Dashiell
Police blotter — Feb. 15, 2017
The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area.
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Minority-Serving Institutions Address Social, Personal, and Academic Needs to Ensure Success
As the country has become more diverse, so have U.S. institutions of higher learning. Improved access — financially and academically — along with programs to attract underrepresented groups, result…
Restaurant Guide of KC Newspaper
A selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos recommended by Restaurant Guide KC
Native American Turquoise Old Pawn Jewelry: How to Identify Antique Navajo Bracelets from 1900-1930
Native American jewelry expert Dr. Mark Sublette of Medicine Man Gallery with 25 years experience in the Indian art business gives tips on how to identify ea...
Your New GRTC Transit System
Your New GRTC Transit System GRTC is preparing to implement new routes in the City of Richmond in late 2017. GRTC held 14 public meetings in March to present this new network and receive public input for final tweaks. In April, GRTC requested and received public comment on the recommended placement of added (new) bus stops. This project page will be updated as we progress through the final design, education and implementation of the new City bus routes.
How Chicago's Best Italian Beef Ended Up Outside the City
We asked 10Best and Sandwich America readers to vote for their favorite Italian beef in Illinois. The top two finishers have their historic roots outside of the Windy City.
Art Dealer Diaries by Mark Sublette on Apple Podcasts
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Living On Top Of Forgotten Oil And Gas Wells
In many parts of the West, areas that are now houses and schools and shopping centers were once oil and gas fields. There's little in the way of a visible legacy, but hidden underground, there are hundreds of thousands of abandoned wells. An Inside Energy investigation has discovered that in many communities, new development is happening on top of those old wells.