Erin Hawkins

Local tribal elder reflects on art form and apprenticeship

Weaving came natural to Cathy MacGregor eight years ago, and she’s continued to weave every day ever since. “It spoke to me,” MacGregor says. MacGregor,… Continue reading

Kali Bradford brings artwork to Hospice event

World-renowned sand sculptor Kali Bradford plans to create a special piece for the Reach and Row for Hospice and Waterfront Day event set for Saturday,… Continue reading

OPA starts school at Boys and Girls Club

Olympic Peninsula Academy is finding its temporary new home at the Sequim Boys and Girls Club while the program’s portables continue to be installed on… Continue reading

All smiles at Sequim Dog Park birthday celebration

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Russ Britton serves as new leader at Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church

Russ Britton says he is excited to bring a focus on pastoral care as the new pastor at Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church. Britton has served… Continue reading

Sequim teachers see salary raise

Sequim teachers officially have a new two-year contract with Sequim School District increasing salaries 12.5-14 percent. The Sequim School Board unanimously approved the new collective… Continue reading

Sequim chamber of commerce director Robb-Kahler reflects on tenure

Shelli Robb-Kahler says she’s gained “invaluable” experience as she looks back at more than seven years as executive director of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of… Continue reading

Sequim teachers approve new contract

Sequim School District and the Sequim teachers’ union reached an agreement last week on a new contract that focuses on more flexible planning time and… Continue reading

Capsized boat floats off shore of Gardiner Beach

A capsized boat continues to bob in and out of the water off Gardiner Beach as it waits for its unknown owners to return or… Continue reading

Elkins explores history, art in new thriller

Local author Aaron Elkins’ new mystery book paints a picture into the past. Elkins, an award-winning author and former anthropology professor, saw the release of… Continue reading

Bedinger family asks for Hwy 101 road barriers

Barriers for Brooke/Morse Creek informational meeting When: 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11 Where: The Boys and Girls Club in Sequim, 400 W. Fir St.… Continue reading

Stromberg sings for homeless awareness

“The Way Up” benefit concert A performance by Wesley Stromberg with Tomi Jo Wilson opening to raise awareness for the “Just Say Yes” campaign When:… Continue reading

Timberwolves get a fresh coat

Sequim Middle School’s new band director and seventh grade choir teacher, George Rodes, hopes to give band and choir students something to be proud of.… Continue reading

Youths dive into a world of words

‘Phantom Tollbooth’ Presented by Olympic Theatre Arts Children’s Theatre, written by Susan Nanus, based on the book by Norton Juster When: 7 p.m. Fridays and… Continue reading

ARTfusion celebrates 10 years

ARTfusion returns for its 10th annual art show and sale from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 31 through Sunday, Sept. 2. at the Cutting… Continue reading

School district discusses OPA plans

While Olympic Peninsula Academy staff and students wait to move into new temporary housing, Sequim Schools Superintendent Gary Neal went over the district’s plans for… Continue reading

Raising funds for freshman class

Students from the Sequim High School class of 2022 held a car wash and bake sale on Aug. 17 at the Sequim High School parking… Continue reading

Sequim author releases second crime thriller

“Inspired by Murder” By author Audrey Cole Available on Amazon.com or can be order by local bookstores More info: https://www.audreyjcole.com/ Sequim’s Audrey Cole recently released… Continue reading

Warming center looking for new space

The Sequim Community Warming Center is in need of a new home before cold weather returns. Jean Pratschner, the warming center’s manager, said the Serenity… Continue reading

Sequim woman receives aviation award

To sum up her life and love of aviation in a few words, Donna Wilson-Sommer says, “It’s been a joy ride.” A Sequim resident, Wilson-Sommer… Continue reading