Sequim Gazette Staff

Learn about growing roses on the peninsula

WSU Clallam County Master Gardener Elaine Webber will provide tips for growing roses on the Olympic Peninsula at noon on Thursday, May 24, 2018, in… Continue reading

Through United Way, local high school students can earn a varsity letter for volunteer efforts

Sequim students making their community better are getting some extra kudos — and a badge of pride — for their efforts. United Way of Clallam… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for ‘Petals and Pathways’ tour

Tickets for the “Petals and Pathways Home Garden Tour” sponsored by the Master Gardener Foundation of Clallam County, are now on sale, according to tour… Continue reading

MRC offering summer internships

This year Clallam Marine Resources Committee is offering five summer internships and one longer-termed internship. The duration of the summer internships is 80 hours at… Continue reading

Brief trail closures set at Dungeness refuge

Visitors to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge may experience brief delays and trail diversions from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15, because of to… Continue reading

Peninsula College hosts senior citizens dance

Peninsula College students hosts Olympic Peninsula senior citizens Tuesday night, May 15, for the 21st annual Peninsula College Senior Dance. Dancing begins at 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

A celebration of water: NorthWest Women’s Chorale sets Sequim, Port Angeles spring concerts

A celebration of water in song, the The NorthWest Women’s Chorale presents “Wade in the Watah,” its spring concert, twice this week. Performances are set… Continue reading

Blyn man pleads guilty to rape, domestic violence assault

Nikolas Clark, of Blyn, pleaded guilty on Monday, April 30, to multiple charges stemming from a series of assaults that occurred on or between Nov.… Continue reading

Fastpitch: Wolves snag league’s No. 4 seed to districts

Sequim’s fastpitch squad gets a couple of wrap-ups before the second season beings. After dropping a 10-1 decision to Olympic on May 2, the Wolves… Continue reading

Get gardening advice on Port Angeles walk

Join veteran Master Gardeners Laurel Moulton, Lois Bellamy, Jeanette Stehr-Green and Audreen Williams for the “Second Saturday Garden Walk,” set for 10-11:30 a.m. on Saturday,… Continue reading

Peninsula College looking for next student leaders

Peninsula College Associated Student Council members Kina Azmi, Paige O’Dell, Katrina Campbell, Colton McGuffey, Kelly Kevershan, Bonnie Sires, Hazim Rosli, Marvin Jordhi, Emelie Small and… Continue reading

Peninsula College names President’s List, Honor Roll students for winter quarter

Peninsula College recently announced the school’s President’s List and the Honor Roll for the winter 2018 quarter. To qualify for the President’s List, a student… Continue reading

Sequim Soroptimists host free hospice info event

Soroptimist International of Sequim aims to provide answers about how hospice organizations can help those in need at its upcoming “Tea with SHE” presentation that… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for ‘Petals and Pathways’ tour

Tickets for the “Petals and Pathways Home Garden Tour” sponsored by the Master Gardener Foundation of Clallam County, are now on sale, according to tour… Continue reading

Track & Field: Boys third, girls seventh at league meet

With one of their top athletes recuperating, Sequim’s boys track team still managed to place third at the Olympic League championships, held May 5 in… Continue reading

NOLS eyes Sequim expansion, sets community discussion

A proposed expansion of the Sequim Library could go before voters this November depending on a special meeting of the North Olympic Library System’s trustees… Continue reading

Summer construction at Sequim Bay State Park expected to affect recreational crabbing, boating

Washington State Parks announced last week that beginning in mid-summer the boat launch and parking area at Sequim Bay State Park will be closed for… Continue reading

Report: Olympic National Park tourism creates $385 million in economic benefits

A new National Park Service report shows that 3.4 million visitors to Olympic National Park in 2017 spent $279 million in communities near the park.… Continue reading

Baseball: Walk-off win caps wild week for Wolves

With a win in the second of their two nail-biters last week, Sequim’s Wolves kept their slim postseason hopes alive. Sequim senior Ryan Clark slashed… Continue reading

Boys soccer: Sequim falls just short of league title

Sequim’s Wolves had the momentum, the needed tiebreaker and their collective eyes on an Olympic League title. But Kingston had the proverbial last laugh. Sequim’s… Continue reading