Sequim Gazette Staff

Local candidate filing closes May 17

The five-day candidate filing period for numerous local elected offices in Clallam County ends Friday, May 17. Candidates must be registered to vote and may… Continue reading

NOLS recruiting teen volunteers for summer programs

The North Olympic Library System is in search of teens to spend part of their summer break volunteering at the library — having fun, earning… Continue reading

Olympic Christian School selects winners at 2019 Art Festival

Olympic Christian School recently heralded their top student artists, naming winners of the school’s 2019 Art Festival in early May. Winners included (by grade, name,… Continue reading

OTA’s ‘Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks’ is cast, in rehearsal

Scheduled to run in March but postponed by the peninsula’s “Snowmageddon,” Olympic Theatre Arts’ production of “Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks” is now cast… Continue reading

Sequim hoopsters named to All-Peninsula team

Sequim High hoops standouts Hope Glasser, Jayla Julmist and Kalli Wiker each were recently named to the 2018-19 All-Peninsula Girls Basketball Team by the Peninsula… Continue reading

Sequim Picklers to host ‘Spring Fling’ tourney

The Sequim Picklers, a local pickleball club, will host the three-day “Sequim Fling” tournament set for May 31-June 2 at Carrie Blake Community Park, 202… Continue reading

VHOCC to host Living Alone Now workshop

The Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County hosts a “Living Alone Now” workshop from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, at the Clallam County PUD Facility, 104… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Mathys Tanche

Class: Junior Team: SHS boys soccer Head coach: Dave Brasher Reason for selection: “Mathys scored a key goal in the Wolves 4-2 victory over Washington… Continue reading

UPDATED: State Route 104 crash injures three

Three people were injured in a two-car collision on State Route 104 about 21 miles south of Port Townsend. The Washington State Patrol reported a… Continue reading

OTA sets auditions for ‘Immigrant Garden ~ Letters’

Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim will host open auditions for its production of “Immigrant Garden ~ Letters” by Caroline Wood. Auditions are at 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Baseball: Wolves rout Lindbergh, stay alive in district tourney

With a rout of Lindbergh Wednesday, Sequim’s Wolves remain in the hunt for state. Sequim battered Lindbergh pitching for 10 runs in the third inning… Continue reading

Deadline approaches for VideOlympics film festival

VideOlympics, a film contest promoting outdoor activities on the Olympic Peninsula, has a deadline for submissions of Sunday, May 11. Hosted by the Hurricane Ridge… Continue reading

Café to spotlight science, robotics and STEM students

Sequim High School students will share their science fair, robotics and STEM club experiences at the next Sequim Science Café, set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday,… Continue reading

Clallam County Fair organizers seek nominations for Farm Family of the Year

The Clallam County Fair, in conjunction with celebrating the 100th county fair, invites the public to submit nominations for the Farm Family of the Year… Continue reading

Equestrian sports: Sequim squad vies for medals at final district meet

The Sequim Equestrian Team is headed to state after earning five individual and four team qualifiers at their third District 4 meet of the season… Continue reading

Little comes up big, places fourth at national Elks Hoop Shoot competition

Garrett Little made a bit of history with a series of well-aimed free throws this April. The Sequim 12-year-old sank 23 of 25 shots and… Continue reading

Local candidate filing opens May 13

The five-day candidate filing period for numerous local elected offices is set for May 13-17, in Clallam County. Candidates must be registered to vote and… Continue reading

May retreat planned for cancer survivors

Survivor’s Outdoor Experience presents eight “Healing Adventure” presentations at the Olympic NatureBridge campus from May 17-19. Participants will include individuals that have been diagnosed with… Continue reading

Meeting set for proposed parking, restroom changes at Dungeness refuge

With changes proposed to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, federal and county officials are hosting an open house to provide information and gather input from… Continue reading

North Olympic Land Trust adds Bornsworth as land manager

The North Olympic Land Trust in late April announced the addition of Courtney Bornsworth, the organization’s new land manager, to its staff. Bornsworth grew up… Continue reading