Sequim Gazette Staff

Miano to run for Fire District commissioner seat

William “Bill” Miano, a veteran of the fire service, has announced his candidacy for Clallam County Fire District 3 Commissioner election in 2019. Miano has… Continue reading

Myers to read from new novel at Fourth Friday Readings

Local author Linda B. Myers will read from her newest historical novel at the next Fourth Friday Readings, starting at 6:15 p.m. on March 22… Continue reading

Rural Strong Washington program comes to Sequim

Small business owners can lean about how to access local and federal resources at a new series of information sessions coming to Sequim later this… Continue reading

Salmon Coalition earns 2019 Out Standing in the Field honor

North Olympic Land Trust 11th-annual Conservation Breakfast When: 9 a.m. Friday, March 22 Where: Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles Guest… Continue reading

SSNW donates security equipment to Sequim Food Bank

Following a series of burglaries, attempted burglaries and damage to its delivery vehicle, the Sequim Food Bank got a boost in its security system from… Continue reading

Walkling trust offers more than $23K in grant awards

The Ben and Myrtle Walkling Memorial Trust will award $23,529 in community grants in 2019. Myrtle Walkling, who died in 1992, created the trust in… Continue reading

Speaker, film part of Developmental Disability Awareness Day activities

In honor of Developmental Disability Awareness Month, several community partners are hosting guest speaker Invanova Smith and screening of documentary film “Intelligent Lives” starting at… Continue reading

‘Catnip and Sip’ set for April 6

Peninsula Friends of Animals hosts “Catnip and Sip,” its 2019 Spring Tea, Fashion Show and Auction, from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at… Continue reading

37th Home Show comes to Port Angeles this weekend

Featuring more than 150 exhibitor booths, Newsradio KONP’s 37th-annual Clallam County Home and Lifestyle show comes to Port Angeles High School, 304 E. Park Ave.,… Continue reading

Clinton man wins 2019 Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby

When it comes to fishing derbies, this one was a blowout. Mark Thompson of Clinton, Wa., snagged the biggest fish of the weekend, a 19.35-pound… Continue reading

Learn all about cultivating culinary herbs

WSU Master Gardener Sally Tysver shares tips for bringing 12 fresh culinary herbs from the garden to the kitchen at the next Green Thumbs event,… Continue reading

Libraries offer CreativiTea events

Enjoy a zero-waste afternoon of crafts, hot tea and good company with the North Olympic Library System, Clallam County Waste Prevention and WSU Extension with… Continue reading

Living Alone Now workshop looks at ‘Shopping Cooking for One’

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County announces a Living Alone Now workshop set for 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, at the PUD facility at 104 Hooker… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail, Spruce Railroad Trail projects are topic of March 21 talk

Clallam County Transportation Manager Rich James will discuss the Olympic Discovery Trail and Spruce Railroad Trail projects and trailhead improvements at 7 p.m. Thursday, March… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts sets Talk Back night for ‘Death of a Salesman’

Olympic Theatre Arts is hosting a special “talk back” performance of “Death of a Salesman” on Thursday, March 14 with an early curtain time of… Continue reading

OTA’s Imagined Reality improv troupe returns

Olympic Theatre Arts is welcoming “Imagined Reality,” a Bainbridge Island-based improvisational comedy group, for their second appearance at OTA at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 23,… Continue reading

Rocks, gems, jewelry in the spotlight as spring show set for March 16-17

Calling all rock hounds: the spring 2019 Rock, Gem & Jewelry Show is just around the corner. The City of Port Angeles Department of Parks… Continue reading

Sequim Community Orchestra sets rescheduled Winter Concert for March 15

The Sequim Community Orchestra kicks off its 2019 season with the eighth-annual winter concert at 7 p.m. Friday, March 15, at Trinity United Methodist Church,… Continue reading

Ski groups to host talk on ‘Natural Intelligence’

The Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club, along with the Hurricane Ridge Ski Team, host Ethan Strahan and his talk on “Natural Intelligence” — the third… Continue reading

Tribe salmon coalition seek help with tree planting

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and the North Olympic Salmon Coalition are seeking volunteers to help plant native trees along the Dungeness River on March 23.… Continue reading