Meet one of the cast from ‘Castaways’: Sequim man one of 12 contestants on new television show

Sequim native Richard Rogers has a passion for fishing and is a fan of survivalist shows, so it was only… Continue reading

PA man recuperating following concert attack

A Port Angeles man with Sequim connections continues to recuperate in Wenatchee following an attack at a concert in the… Continue reading

Mountain View Christian School near Sequim is named in a civil lawsuit from family members of a former student that asserts school leaders withheld knowledge that former teacher/principal Douglas Allison allegedly touched other students inappropriately. Allison was sentenced in 2016 to 26-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to child molestation and child rape charges. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Family sues church over sex crimes at Christian school near Sequim

A King County civil lawsuit claims leaders for Mountain View Christian School near Sequim withheld knowledge that a former teacher… Continue reading

Clallam Primary: Doherty, Peach to vie in general election

Incumbent Republican Clallam County Commissioner Bill Peach and Democrat Mike Doherty Jr. will advance to the Nov. 6 general election,… Continue reading

School board OKs annual budget, sets fund minimum

The Sequim School District Board of Directors were busy at the Aug. 6 board meeting as it approved a new… Continue reading

Sequim’s Tour De Lavender sees sunny skies, big turnout

Sequim’s lavender fields got another slew of visitors this summer — this time, on wheels. The sixth Tour de Lavender… Continue reading

A ‘Night at the Museum’ in honor of Robby Streett

“A Night at the Museum” is coming to life with a variety of events and activities with the proceeds of… Continue reading

Get It Growing: Deer? Not welcome in the garden!

Black tail deer, a subspecies of mule deer, roam throughout the Olympic Peninsula but are problematic visitors to home gardens. Continue reading...

Hoop lessons from an NBA star: Kurt Rambis passes on wisdom to Sequim youths

Kurt Rambis may be known primarily as a key role player for the juggernaut 1980s Los Angeles Lakers squads, but Continue reading...

Historically a good time, Colonial Festival set for Aug. 9-12

The go-to historical reenactment event of the peninsula, the Northwest Colonial Festival, returns for its fourth year Aug. 9-12. Volunteers Continue reading...

Stamp club celebrates quarter-century on Aug. 11 with free show

For Sequim’s Judy Newblom, her love of lighthouses shined a light on a new hobby — stamps. While she’s lived Continue reading...

News

Sequim man sentenced in rape cases

A former Sequim church trustee who has been convicted of raping two eighth-grade girls in 2015 and 2016 and tampering… Continue reading

 

Department of Licensing sets end-of-month closures

The Washington State Department of Licensing is preparing to launch a new, fully modernized driver licensing system at the end… Continue reading

 

Business

What’s New at the Market: The Calf-inated Cow

The Calf-inated Cow Farm is new at the Sequim Farmers Market this week, offering a product that this third-generation family… Continue reading

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Castell Insurance shred event supports Back to School Fair on Aug. 11

Along with handling Sequim’s insurance needs, Castell Insurance has become the go-to place to discard your sensitive information at its… Continue reading

 

Sports

Revived Dungeness Cup draw 40-plus teams

Under blue skies and sunshine, players from near and far once again took to the fields for the Dungeness Cup.… Continue reading

 

Wilder’s Ian Miller throws no-hitter at state tournament

Wilder Senior’s outstanding summer season came to a close a few wins shy of a state title with a 10-0… Continue reading

 

Marketplace
Domestic violence IS preventable: July 21’s Refuse To Abuse 5k is a unique run/walk through every level of Safeco Field, from the players’ tunnel to the final lap around the field.

LifeWire provides a lifeline for woman fleeing abuse

Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence

 

Top Komen Race for the Cure fundraisers Heidi May, left, and Laura Mendoza. Mendoza was the No. 1 overall fundraiser for 2017 and May was the No. 1 survivor fundraiser. Photo by Scott Eklund/Red Box Pictures

‘Pink Sisterhood’ unites to Race for the Cure

Walk, run, volunteer or donate to create life-saving change in the fight against breast cancer

 

Opinion

Water Matters: Drought by the numbers, 180 and 120 cfs

A cubic-foot-per-second (cfs) is a measure of stream flow equivalent to about 7.5 gallons passing a point each second. It’s… Continue reading

 

Guest opinion: Teacher compensation is on the rise

Teacher salaries are soaring … as the Washington Education Association predicted they would. Leaders of the statewide teacher union declared… Continue reading

 

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