Erin Hawkins

New writers group hosts book launch

Celebrating the publication of “In the Words of Olympic Peninsula Authors” When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22, for socializing, program and readings at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Youth from across the peninsula play capture the flag

More than 70 youth from the Lower Elwha area to Port Townsend gathered at Carrie Blake Park to play capture the flag. The event was… Continue reading

Annual torch run carries on

Criminal Justice agencies across the Olympic Peninsula participated in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run from the National Park Service at Lake Ozette to Jefferson… Continue reading

Introducing Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

A 21st-century comedy presented by Olympic Theatre Arts When: June 9-25, 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays Where: Olympic Theatre Arts Center,… Continue reading

Sequim teen has global aspirations

Cathy Dao is not like most 18-year-old high school seniors. She moved to Sequim from Saigon, Vietnam, with her mother and father two years ago… Continue reading

Sequim School District decides on project manager

The Sequim School District has decided on a project manager to head construction projects as part of the Capital Projects Levy that passed during a… Continue reading

Starting a new beginning: Local women aim to raise awareness for survivors of childhood sexual assault

For 12 years, something was eating at Shenna Younger to do something about her childhood experiences with molestation and rape. When she finally found the… Continue reading

New music group to focus on youth

Jazz and blues enthusiasts now have a way to play music and give back to the community. Solo artist “Jazzy” Judy Clark, musician Stirling Hall… Continue reading

Community garden blooming to life

What used to be a starting project at Carrie Blake Park 10 years ago is blooming back to life as volunteers work to create the… Continue reading

Sequim Schools’ meal prices may increase

The Sequim School District may be increasing paid school meal prices for the 2017-2018 school year. At the Board of Directors meeting on May 15,… Continue reading

Honoring Haller and Peabody’s legacies

The Albert Haller Foundation received a $30,000 donation from Lakeside Industries of Port Angeles where part of the money will be used to present a… Continue reading

Celebrating old iron and rust

Dave Bekkevar, foreground, and Bill Robards plow a field at the Pumpkin Patch in Sequim on Saturday, May 20. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins… Continue reading

Sequim food drive breaks record in donations

Sequim food drive organizer Stephen Rosales, left, stands with U.S. Post Office Rural Carrier Mary Berikoff at the Post Office in Sequim where they unloaded… Continue reading

Sequim freshmen falling behind

For some high school freshmen, staying on track to graduate may prove to be difficult. Sequim High School counselors Erin Fox and Melee Vander Velde… Continue reading

Local businessman sees bee cargo damaged

Mike Radford has been shipping and delivering honeybees to Alaska for 10 years, but a recent incident resulting in the death of 3.2 million bees… Continue reading

A fashionable fundraiser

The Sequim Dungeness Hospital Guild held its annual fundraiser luncheon in fashionable style. Members from the Guild hosted a luncheon, silent auction and fashion show… Continue reading

Fire Distrct 3 puts out motorhome fire

Fire District 3 personnel respond to a motorhome on fire at about 7 p.m. on Sunday, May 14, on Highway 101 just east of Sidmars… Continue reading

Sequim residents discover mammoth molar

Sequim residents Lori Christie and her boyfriend Dean Flowers were taking their regular walk along a Sequim public beach when they stumbled upon a rare… Continue reading

The Smokejumper and the physician

Whether it is jumping out of airplanes to fight wildfires or standing behind a stethoscope, these two local Fourth Friday writers give their audiences a… Continue reading

Twiga’s small miracle

Sequim farrier Chris Niclas had the opportunity to apply his career and passion to a most unusual client: a giraffe named Twiga. Niclas, a New… Continue reading