Sequim Gazette Staff

‘Dazzling Dahlias’ at next Work to Learn Party

Locals can get their green thumbs going and learn some gardening tips from an expert at the next “Work to Learn” Party set for 1… Continue reading

 

City of Sequim seeks new park hosts

The City of Sequim is in search of volunteers to serve as park hosts/docents for Carrie Blake Community Park. The site will be available as… Continue reading

 

Clallam Conservation District’s offers fall natural landscaping course

Sign-ups are being accepted for Clallam Conservation District’s fall natural landscaping course. The interactive course includes three Tuesday evening classes and three Saturday field trips.… Continue reading

 

Farm to Food Pantry Program kicks off third year

Bringing produce from local farms to low-income families and individuals, the Farm to Food Pantry Program is back helping the community stay fed and healthy… Continue reading

Local law officers intercept drugs intended for prison

The Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team and local law enforcement entities arrested two individuals trying to bring methamphetamine into the Clallam Bay Corrections Center. Prison… Continue reading

Milestone: OMC labs receive accreditation from College of American Pathologists

The Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) has again awarded accreditation to Olympic Medical Center Laboratories in Sequim and Port Angeles based… Continue reading

Nonprofit training session set

Let’s Go Legal, a training designed to help board members and staff of new and existing nonprofit organizations get on the right road to compliance… Continue reading

OTA calls for three-dimensional art to celebrate community’s talent

Olympic Theatre Arts is seeking donations of original works of art in three-dimensions to be featured in their annual fundraiser that this year is called… Continue reading

Resources fair to help residents plan for ‘The Long Road’

“The Road Ahead,” an event showcasing healthcare, finance, housing, legal, family and leisure resources in the community, is scheduled for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept.… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Tayler Breckenridge

Tayler Breckenridge Class: Senior Team: Sequim High School volleyball Head coach: Jennie Webber Heilman Coaches’ reason for selection: “Taylor is a captain on the volleyball… Continue reading

93 Days of Summer

The Olympic Peninsula has plenty going on for the 93 days of summer, even as we head into the fall. Enjoy this week’s staff picks,… Continue reading

Christian writers set first monthly meeting

Olympic Peninsula Christian Writers host the group’s first monthly meeting from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at Peninsula Evangelical Friends Church, 1291 N. Barr Road,… Continue reading

Clallam County selects new health officer

Clallam County’s Board of Health appointed Dr. Allison Berry Unthank as the new Clallam County Health Officer. Unthank fills the role after county health officer… Continue reading

Hospice fundraiser slated for Saturday on Sequim Bay

The Reach and Row for Hospice, the Sequim Bay Yacht Club’s annual fundraiser for Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County has added rowing races, more raffle… Continue reading

Learn about lawn alternatives

Veteran Master Gardener Muriel Nesbitt provides suggestions for sustainable alternatives to turfgrass lawns at noon on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, in the county commissioners’ meeting… Continue reading

Sequim High School Wolf of the Week: Riley Cowan

Riley Cowan Class: Senior Team: SHS football Head coach: Erik Wiker Coaches’ reason for selection: “As the starting quarterback for the SHS football team, Riley… Continue reading

Storytimes start up at peninsula libraries

Storytimes at the North Olympic Library System begin again in September. Program organizers say library storytimes introduce children to reading in fun and engaging ways,… Continue reading

Suicide prevention training set

Clallam County Health & Human Services is sponsoring two Suicide Assessment, Intervention, & Treatment training sessions set for Thursday, Sept. 20, and Friday, Sept. 21,… Continue reading

Test drives bring funds for SHS

A bit of car and truck test driving has given three Sequim High School clubs a boost. Teaming up with Price Ford, the school hosted… Continue reading

VHOCC announces Port Angeles grief support group

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is offering a grief support group starting Tuesday, Sept. 18, and running for seven consecutive weeks through Oct. 30. Group… Continue reading