Sequim Gazette Staff

Greywolf Elementary goes jogging … for funds

Thirty minutes of exercise, with a big payoff. Greywolf Elementary students made their annual trek around their playfield on Oct. 31 doing their part in… Continue reading

Annual Winterfest event set for Nov. 17

An annual fundraiser to support winter sports education at Hurricane Ridge, Winterfest kicks off at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Vern Burton… Continue reading

Bodystrong athletes shine at taekwon-do tournament

At the ripe age of 5 Walter Thomas took home a medal in each category, while fellow academy students Aron Golbeck, 10, and Linda Allen,… Continue reading

Finding meaning after war: Speaker brings ‘Coming Home’ presentation to peninsula libraries

Drawing from hundreds of hours spent with veterans, Jeb Wyman — a speaker from the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau — discusses the profound moral and… Continue reading

Local families look to make global impact through Operation Christmas Child

Eastern Hills Community Church in Sequim is once again serving as a drop-off site for Operation Christmas Child, one of 5,000 sites across the nation… Continue reading

Milestone: Skwim Toastmasters named a President’s Distinguished Club

Skwim Toastmasters was recently named a President’s Distinguished Club, the highest possible Toastmasters achievement that recognizes the club’s membership growth and educational achievements during the… Continue reading

Peninsula sets Veteran’s Day celebrations

The Sequim and Port Angeles communities look to honor the service of all U.S. military veterans with a number of community events this week and… Continue reading

Sequim man gets 135-day jail sentence for incident

A Sequim man was sentenced to 135 days in jail after a jury found him responsible for being in control of a vehicle while intoxicated.… Continue reading

Spruce Production Division talk in honor of World War I centennial

The Clallam County Historical Society/North Olympic History Center is sponsoring a presentation by Steve Hauff about the Spruce Production Division, set for 1 p.m. Saturday,… Continue reading

Volkman joins OMC as compliance manager

Olympic Medical Center announced last week the addition of Jay Volkman as Compliance Manager. Volkman oversees OMC’s compliance plan, which supports an ongoing commitment to… Continue reading

Windermere helping keep Clallam County warm

A generous community offered up 342 coats this October at Windermere Real Estate offices for the business’ annual coat drive. The coats, as well as… Continue reading

WOW! workshop looks at preventing, caring for foot wounds

Dr. Dekker McKeever offers “Flat Tires: Treatment of Lower Extremity Wounds,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum presentation at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14,… Continue reading

Sequim Library expansion proposition falls short

A proposal to expand a building that library officials say is too small and in need of an upgrade fell just short in Tuesday night’s… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

The Port Angeles High School Drama Club, under the direction of Kelly Lovall, is now rehearsing “Little Shop of Horrors,” their fall musical production. All… Continue reading

Get help picking your holiday plants

Veteran Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green provides tips for selecting and caring for holiday gift plants at noon on Thursday, Nov. 8, in the county commissioners’… Continue reading

Two hurt in US Highway 101 crash near Sequim

A three-car collision on US Highway 101 near Boyce Road injured two drivers on Thursday evening. The Washington State Patrol reports 45-year-old Shane A. Hagar… Continue reading

Some Clallam County voters reporting ballots are missing

While nearly all voters in Clallam County have received their ballots for the Nov, 7 general election, a small number have reported that they are… Continue reading

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Library to screen ‘Highway of Tears’ on Nov. 6

From Canadian producer/actor Matt Smiley and actor Carly Pope, “Highway of Tears” — an 80-minute film that brings awareness to the number of indigenous women… Continue reading

Backyard Birding series beckons beginners Saturday

Back by popular demand, organizers of the Backyard Birding series have bird expert Denny Van Horn set to present “Becoming a Birder” at 10 a.m.… Continue reading

Bundy to be Clallam’s first female Patrol Sergeant

A detective with honors for her work helping victims of assault and domestic violence is getting a step up. When detective Amy Bundy is promoted… Continue reading