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OPA students entertain with ‘Singin’ In The Rain Jr.’
The SCO hosts their annual spring concert to end the 2018-2019 performance season.
The Mount Olympus detachment of the Marine Corps League is working on a project to give themselves a new and interesting presence at parades in… Continue reading
On Saturday, May 18, the Olympic Peninsula Bicycle Alliance hosted a Bike Rodeo at Helen Haller Elementary’s bus parking lot to help educate Sequim’s Youth… Continue reading
Sequim High School has several clubs with many goals, but their Interact Club is the one focused on teaching students about making a difference in… Continue reading
After much discussion regarding the proposals and potential logistics of working with two different search firms, Sequim School District’s board of directors agreed to contract… Continue reading
On Thursday, May 23, Sequim High School will play host Jeff Yalden for a pair of speeches. A noted motivational speaker on mental health and… Continue reading
A beloved teacher, mentor and friend, Minard will be much missed by students and fellow staff alike.
Sequim School District’s board of directors agreed on May 15 to narrow their choice for a superintendent search firm to two in-state selections. In a… Continue reading
With the weather warming up, locals and tourists alike will be flocking to trails across the Olympic Peninsula in significant numbers to enjoy the sun… Continue reading
Last summer’s successful board game convention returns to Sequim for its second year.
Tsunami Bat Company What: Custom bats for youths, adults On the web: www.facebook.com/tsunamibatcompany Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org If you spend time at a Sequim Little League game… Continue reading
My name is Conor Dowley and I am thrilled to be the newest reporter at the Sequim Gazette. I’m joining an excellent team and am… Continue reading
May 1 saw Sequim High School host its first-ever Decision Day event, aimed at celebrating the decisions of seniors in the Class of 2019 to… Continue reading