Erin Hawkins

Gearing up for Bike Everywhere Month

The Sequim Bicycle Alliance has created some fun activities to celebrate “Bike Everywhere Month” for the month of May. “Take a Spin in Sequim” is… Continue reading

Dive into ‘The Gin Game’

Olivia Shea and Pat Owens — actors, directors and friends who first performed together about 45 years ago — together have 100 years of theater… Continue reading

Whimsy Park grand opening

Bill Littlejohn, left, shakes hands with Ken Stringer during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, April 5, with community members to celebrate the grand opening of… Continue reading

Introducing Whimsy Park

Introducing a new temporary park project by Sequim Community Plus When: 5-7 p.m. Friday, May 5. Ribbon cutting at 5:15 p.m. Where: 128 E. Washington… Continue reading

Scammers hit Sequim dog business

Since opening Country Paws Resort in Sequim 16 years ago, Shelley Denton said she’s not been exposed to scammers until one opportunity last December seemed… Continue reading

Greywolf breaks ground on new modular buildings

State and local leaders hailed the installation of two modular buildings at Greywolf Elementary School this week, structures using cross laminated timber that will house… Continue reading

Jevne, Sequim school co-founder and Vietnam veteran, dies

“Bill lived as well as he died,” Juanita Jevne said. After battling prostate cancer for 22 years, Bill Jevne, a founder of Five Acre School,… Continue reading

Shining a light on domestic violence

Representatives from Healthy Families of Clallam County, a local domestic violence help organization, said they served more people from the Sequim area in the past… Continue reading

Burning barriers

Age is no limitation for three Sequim men over the age of 60 that completed the training to become volunteer firefighters for Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Chimney fire spreads to structure

Clallam County Fire District 3 responded to a structure fire in a Diamond Point home with no injuries to the lone occupant and a minor… Continue reading

Reforesting for a future

Landowners living along the Dungeness River are working with restoration crews to improve the health of the river and its inhabiting species. Jack Janis is… Continue reading

Paying it forward

Sequim residents and local businesses are stepping up to giving back to the community. Skunkworks Auto Detailing &Body Repair provided a full service detail to… Continue reading

Film could help reservoir project

As state lawmakers are getting closer to putting together a capital budget, the Dungeness River Coalition recently sent a film to state officials in Olympia… Continue reading

Minaiture therapy horse visits youth

Drama, a 9-year-old miniature therapy horse, visited the Sequim Boys &Girls Club on March 4 to interact with club members. She is a registered therapy… Continue reading

One man’s adventure in quiltmaking

Featuring quilts by Stan Green When: 5-8 p.m. Friday, April 7 and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday the rest of the month Where: Sequim Museum &… Continue reading

Saving the hemlock

Researchers are looking to western hemlock trees on the Miller Peninsula to collect data that could help save hemlock trees on the East Coast from… Continue reading

‘Over the River’ opens Friday

Presented by: Olympic Theatre Arts Where: Olympic Theatre Arts Main Stage, 414 N. Sequim Ave. When: March 30-April 16, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Speakers celebrate Women’s History Month

Women from Sherwood Assisted Living celebrated Women’s History Month by sharing their stories of life, work and war with young women from the Sequim Boys… Continue reading

Firefighters raise money for cancer

Firefighters from Clallam County Fire District 3 climbed 69 floors of stairs and 1,356 steps to raise money for blood-cancer research and patient services. This… Continue reading

Artist chases her dream

Featuring Watercolor Paintings by Shirley Mercer 5-8 p.m. Friday, April 7, at Wind Rose Cellars, 143 W. Washington St., Sequim Contact: Shirley Mercer at 460-9874… Continue reading