Erin Hawkins

Warming center to open doors every night

The Sequim Community Warming Center will be open for February and March every night of the week, starting Friday, Feb. 1. The center is open… Continue reading

Ben’s Bikes expands business next door

After six years of successful business, Ben’s Bikes is peddling into the New Year with new products, services, and an adding on to its retail… Continue reading

KSQM powers through recent winter storm, power outage

While thousands of residents in Clallam County were without power after a windstorm ripped through the area in mid-December, one local radio station continued to… Continue reading

Katy Bowman, Nutritious Movement founder, opens new studio in Sequim

Nutritious Movement Center Northwest Location: 202 N. Sequim Ave. Opening time/date: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 (lectures require pre-registration; see more details in story)… Continue reading

School board seeks clarity for some salaries

Sequim School District board of directors continue to discuss some district employees salaries and hooking up one of Sequim’s elementary school’s to the Carlsborg sewer… Continue reading

‘Bakersfield Mist” based on true events

‘Bakersfield Mist’ Presented by Olympic Theatre Arts When: 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays; 2 p.m. Sundays, Jan. 18-27 Where: Gathering Hall at Olympic Theatre Arts,… Continue reading

Carlsborg adds an Arco

Drivers traveling near Carlsborg will have one more gas station to choose from in early spring. Officials from Sabyr Contractors, Inc. say a new Arco… Continue reading

Walt Schubert, 78, died on Dec. 22 from complications from congestive heart failure. Schubert was known for his many roles in the Sequim community and for his efforts in helping youths. “He wanted everyone to know he always tried to do the right thing,” said Jesse Schubert, one of Walt’s sons. “He spent his life trying to help other people and he was proud of that.” Submitted photo

Former Sequim mayor Walt Schubert dies at age 78

Walt Schubert was known for his many roles in Sequim, from city councilor to mayor to Santa Claus. But to many he was known for… Continue reading

Walt Schubert, 78, died on Dec. 22 from complications from congestive heart failure. Schubert was known for his many roles in the Sequim community and for his efforts in helping youths. “He wanted everyone to know he always tried to do the right thing,” said Jesse Schubert, one of Walt’s sons. “He spent his life trying to help other people and he was proud of that.” Submitted photo

Blue Whole Gallery hosts first juried show

Blue Whole Gallery 2-D Juried Art Show Opening reception: 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 4 (First Friday Art Walk) Where: Blue Whole Gallery, 129 W.… Continue reading

Olympic View Inn under new ownership

Guests at Olympic View Inn might notice some small changes next time they book a room at the hotel in Sequim with new ownership as… Continue reading

OTA earns Employer of the Year

Olympic Theatre Arts now has bragging rights for Employer of the Year. The theater received the 2018 Employer of the Year Award from Morningside —… Continue reading

Salmon Coalition celebrates decade-long project

Not even the pouring rain could dampen the North Olympic Salmon Coalition’s celebration of partnerships and restored habitat for the 3 Crabs estuary. The North… Continue reading

Dwayne Pettett, a nearby resident of 3 Crabs Road, left, wades through about 1 foot deep of water on 3 Crabs Road after high tides and storm surge caused water to flood parts of the area around noon on Dec. 20. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

High tides, storm surge cause flooding around 3 Crabs

A combination of a storm surge and high tide caused some areas of Dungeness near 3 Crabs Road to flood at about noon on Dec.… Continue reading

Dwayne Pettett, a nearby resident of 3 Crabs Road, left, wades through about 1 foot deep of water on 3 Crabs Road after high tides and storm surge caused water to flood parts of the area around noon on Dec. 20. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

Book higlights women in Forest Service: Local author shares perspective of women in Forest Service

Lauren Turner hopes to give women an exclusive look at the career opportunities available to women in the U.S. Forest Service with her book “Outdoor… Continue reading

Thomas Building Center opens Rentals by Thomas

Rentals by Thomas Equipment rentals by Thomas Building Center Winter hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday; 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday Spring, summer hours: 7 a.m.-5… Continue reading

Sequim School District’s new kitchen set to open January

As a new year is just around the corner, Sequim School District is set to start off the new year with a brand new, modern… Continue reading

Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild gives fire district funds for software

The Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild recently donated Clallam County Fire District No. 3 funds to buy a software upgrade that officials say will improve the district’s… Continue reading

Local author shares perspective of women in Forest Service

Lauren Turner hopes to give women an exclusive look at the career opportunities available to women in the U.S. Forest Service with her book “Outdoor… Continue reading

Portable problems persist in Sequim schools

Classroom space — or lack thereof — continues to be an issue at Sequim schools, particularly for at least one teacher at Greywolf Elementary School.… Continue reading