Sequim Gazette Staff

Story Slam set for Thursday

Ten tellers selected at random will step up to the mic to tell a five-minute true, personal story on the theme “Learning Curve,” starting at… Continue reading

Tour de Lavender launches new website

The Tour de Lavender, an annual bicycle event that draws hundreds of cycle tourists and their families to the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area every August, has… Continue reading

Albert Haller Foundation grant applications available

The Albert Haller Foundation is now accepting grant applications for 2018. Applications are due by 4 p.m., July 9, at the United Way of Clallam… Continue reading

City of Sequim seeks applicants for council vacancy

The City of Sequim is seeking applicants to fill a vacant seat on the city council, following the resignation of councilor Pamela Leonard-Ray. Applications are… Continue reading

Conservation partners offering aid in protecting water quality, salmon habitat

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is working with partners through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program to provide financial and technical assistance… Continue reading

Fastpitch: Wolves go 2-2 at districts, fall short of state

Two runs. That’s all that separated Sequim from an eighth consecutive state tournament appearance. The Wolves went 2-2 at the West Central District tournament, falling… Continue reading

Fourth Friday Readings to feature award-winning local poets

On May 25, Sequim’s Fourth Friday Readings feature Judith R. Duncan and John Victor Anderson, two of the Peninsula’s leading poets, beginning at 6:15 p.m.… Continue reading

Golf: Sequim High squads seek top finishes at state

Looking for all fairways and greens, Sequim High’s golf squads are in Richland this week battling for top spots in the class 2A state boys… Continue reading

Peninsula College hosts student-led dramas

The selections are in, and Peninsula College’s drama production students have selected a pair of wild plays to stage for their student-led productions. The Drama… Continue reading

Peninsula College to induct four individuals, hoops team to Pirate Athletic Hall of Fame

Pirate sports fans are getting a chance to celebrate their own. Peninsula College will induct four individuals — Mark Amaral, Curt Bagby, Kent Brauninger and… Continue reading

Sequim Police warning residents of local scams

The Sequim Police Department is warning of two common scams that have been reported. The first is where someone is setting up PayPal accounts in… Continue reading

Toastmasters ‘Speech Marathon’ includes district champions

Sequim’s Toastmasters club presents a “Speech Marathon” from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, in the conference room at the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave.… Continue reading

Winners picked at festival’s Reuse Showcase

Using a variety of materials, locals turned out some creative pieces for the 2018 Sequim Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair Reuse Showcase. The… Continue reading

Apeland hired to oversee Sequim schools’ business operations

Darlene Apeland is the Sequim School District’s new Executive Director of Business Operations and Finance. Apeland replaces Heidi Hietpas, who resigned from the position in… Continue reading

PC students returning to International Composites Competition

The Peninsula College Advanced Manufacturing/Composites program is sending three student teams to the international SAMPE Student Bridge Competition being held in Long Beach, Calif, starting… Continue reading

Sequim High School was put on a temporary lockdown on the morning of May 10 after a Port Angeles man with a trespass warning appeared on campus looking for his son. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Trespass at Sequim High leads to lockdown

Several Sequim schools went on lockdown and a man who is not permitted on schools grounds was arrested Thursday morning after he appeared on the… Continue reading

Sequim High School was put on a temporary lockdown on the morning of May 10 after a Port Angeles man with a trespass warning appeared on campus looking for his son. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

‘Men With Guitars’ hits OTA stage on May 19

The Mujeres de Maiz Opportunity Foundation’s sixth-annual Men With Guitars concert is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 N.… Continue reading

Audubon society speaker to highlight conservation photography

Conservation photography is the topic of conversation at the next Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society meeting, set for 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 16, at the Dungeness… Continue reading

CDWGA makes donation to SHS golf squad

The Cedars at Dungeness Women’s Golf Club recently donated proceeds from its annual Whine & Roses Invitational golf tournament to the Sequim High School Golf… Continue reading

Genealogical society hosts annual meeting

The Clallam County Genealogical Society’s general meeting is set for 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 19, in the Raymond Carver room of the Port Angeles Library,… Continue reading