Sequim Gazette Staff

Time to play ball!

With plenty of cheers and smiles, young Sequim ballplayers, their parents and community members flocked to James Standard Park for Sequim Little League’s Opening Day… Continue reading

 

Beath is featured speaker at anglers meeting

The next monthly meeting of Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter, set for Thursday, April 19, features the group’s annual halibut seminar with guest speaker… Continue reading

 

Clallam Mosaic artists get spotlight at Art in Library exhibit

Along with artists Tim Roos and Bonnie Clark, 26 artists from Clallam Mosaic — a local nonprofit with 20 years of supporting people with developmental… Continue reading

 

Community invited to ‘Share the Trail’

The Mt. Olympus Chapter Back Country Horsemen of Washington and Olympic National Park are sponsoring a Share the Trail event for hikers, runners, bicycle riders,… Continue reading

Fire Chief Ben Andrews for Clallam County Fire District 3 speaks in September 2017 at a fire commissioners’ special meeting about options whether or not fire commissioners accept a federal grant to help pay wages and benefits for six firefighters over three years. However, fire commissioners opted not to accept the grant on Sept. 19 because they felt it would put the district in a tough financial situation. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Fire District 3 scores clean audit with state officials

Clallam County Fire District 3 passed its most recent state audit with “flying colors,” fire district officials announced last week. The agency saved local taxpayers… Continue reading

Fire Chief Ben Andrews for Clallam County Fire District 3 speaks in September 2017 at a fire commissioners’ special meeting about options whether or not fire commissioners accept a federal grant to help pay wages and benefits for six firefighters over three years. However, fire commissioners opted not to accept the grant on Sept. 19 because they felt it would put the district in a tough financial situation. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Gem, mineral club’s spring open house set for Saturday

The Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association hosts the group’s annual Spring Open House its shop and lapidary classroom from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April… Continue reading

Peninsula College sets full slate of events for Earth Week 2018

A week of activities to bring environmental awareness to students at Peninsula College is the focus of the Associated Student Council’s Earth Week 2018. Events… Continue reading

Property taxes are due April 30

Taxpayers in Clallam County have until Monday, April 30, to pay their first half property taxes for 2018. Property tax payments must be postmarked or… Continue reading

Sequim City Manager selected for Harvard Senior Executive Program

The International City/County Management Association announced last week that Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush is the recipient of a full tuition scholarship to attend the… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice orientations set for May

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers two monthly orientations for anyone interested in volunteering with the organization. Orientations are set for the first Thursday of… Continue reading

Lee Bowen, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s resident dahlia expert, will demonstrate the selection and planting of dahlia tubers on April 21, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s first “Work to Learn” party of 2018. Submitted photo

‘Work to Learn’ party set at Terrace Garden

The Sequim Botanical Garden Society invites the community to the group’s first “Work to Learn” party for 2018, set for 1 p.m. Saturday, April 21,… Continue reading

Lee Bowen, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s resident dahlia expert, will demonstrate the selection and planting of dahlia tubers on April 21, the Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s first “Work to Learn” party of 2018. Submitted photo

Sequim equestrians punch ticket to state at district meet

A host of Sequim Equestrian Team athletes are headed to the state meet after a solid finish in the team’s third and final district meet… Continue reading

Black Bear Diner gets Founder’s Award

Sequim’s Black Bear Diner now has bragging rights for restaurant of the year among the other 108 restaurant locations nationwide. Bret and Trish Wirta, owners… Continue reading

Camp Beausite NW opens registration for summer activities

Registration is now open for week-long overnight summer camp sessions at Camp Beausite NW in Chimacum, for people ages six to 65-plus, with special needs.… Continue reading

Estate planning workshop set at Peninsula College

Achieving both life and giving goals will be the focus of an estate planning workshop slated for 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at the… Continue reading

Fifth Street Community Garden tours return for 2018

The Clallam County Master Gardeners monthly garden walks at the Port Angeles Fifth Street Community Garden are slated to begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, April… Continue reading

Free tax preparation continues at Shipley Center

IRS-certified AARP TAX-AIDE volunteers continue to prepare and electronically file tax returns at the Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St. Sequim. Volunteers will be available… Continue reading

Next Green Thumb event explores world of honeybees

At the next Green Thumb Garden Tips event, Meg Depew of Sequim Bee Farm will highlight the significant role of honeybees and discuss specific tactics… Continue reading

OAT Run set for April 28

The Olympic Adventure Trail Run (OAT Run) is a one-way trail 12K and half marathon on Saturday, April 28. The half-marathon run is set for… Continue reading

PC’s Zombie Run an all-ages affair

Peninsula College’s annual 5k Zombie Mud Run and obstacle course features challenges for participants of all ages. The fourth-annual event is set for Saturday, May… Continue reading