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Civil discourse can be lively, engaging, passionate—even widely divergent, strongly held views can be discussed reasonably. We embrace and encourage a positive, optimistic—yet realistic—perspective, and the exploration of issues with an eye to finding solutions, exploring opportunities, seeking creative, innovative approaches.
November 12, 2016
whimsy art wall mural

Whimsy Park Update for November

In case you haven’t seen it, go downtown to Jose’s restaurant and check out what the students in Jake Reichner’s AP Arts class at Sequim High School have done to the outside wall. It’s simply […]
August 17, 2016

The Sense of Potential Defining Our Community

What do we share as a community? How can Sequim, this remarkable, special place, become even more livable and lovable? What does our community need to work on? How should we prioritize our challenges? How […]
July 6, 2016
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What We Share As a Community

What makes a community? What makes this community—our community? What is the emotional connection we feel toward this place—what do we love about our community? These were some of the key questions a group of […]
June 8, 2016

What Makes Sequim Special?

Why do we live here? What brought us here—what attracted us to Sequim? Why do we stay? Whether we’ve lived here for decades, several years, or just a few months, we’ve all probably had this […]