Sequim Gazette Staff

Sequim Community Orchestra set to begin seventh season

The Sequim Community Orchestra will begin rehearsals for the 2018-19 season from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the James Center in Carrie Blake Community… Continue reading

Sequim Toastmaster prepares to compete in international speech contest

As a 16-year old exchange student living in a small village in Peru, Lindy MacLaine felt like a fish out of water. Little did she… Continue reading

Sequim’s Olympic Theatre Arts open auditions for ‘Sylvia’

Olympic Theater Arts in Sequim is announcing open auditions for the play “Sylvia,” set for 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, and 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug.… Continue reading

Washington state labor market takes a step up in July

Washington’s economy added 12,400 jobs in July and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate for July was 4.6 percent according to the Employment Security… Continue reading

UPDATE: Missing Sequim hiker found

A Sequim hiker was reported lost was able to hike out to U.S. Forest Service Road 2780 just south of Sequim today. The Clallam County… Continue reading

City of Sequim selects Deschenes as new Assistant City Manager

Following the departure of Joe Irvin as Assistant City Manager in the City of Sequim, City Manager Charlie Bush appointed Charisse Deschenes to fill Irvin’s… Continue reading

93 Days of Summer, Aug. 16-22

The Olympic Peninsula has plenty going on for our 93 days of summer. Check out this week’s staff picks and look for more each Wednesday,… Continue reading

Bob Cup golf tourney raises funds for local nonprofit

More than 60 golfers took to the greens in late July to battle for bragging rights and for a cause. The third Bob Cup charity… Continue reading

Call for entries for ‘Rocks, Gems & Jewels’ exhibit

The City Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries of art, in any medium, for the next exhibit to be displayed in the lobby of the… Continue reading

Comfort bags for cancer patients

Olympic Medical Center Auxiliary volunteers assemble and donate hand-crafted “Comfort Bags” for cancer patients. The bags are filled with a variety of items that are… Continue reading

Gleaners seeking new crops in mid-summer weeks

After a successful haul in the first weeks of summer, local gleaners are transitioning to other crops. Officials with the WSU Extension Office’s Clallam Gleaning… Continue reading

Klahhane’s gymnastics, ninja registration opens Aug. 20

Registration for fall gymnastics and ninja classes at Klahhane Gymnastics in Port Angeles opens Monday, Aug. 20. Classes begin Sept. 10. Registration times/days are: 4-6:30… Continue reading

Library’s Summertime Music! series kicks off Friday night

The Sequim Library’s Summertime Music! Outdoor Concert Series brings music groups to Sequim for a trio of free Friday night concerts this month. Concerts are… Continue reading

Local health officials urge students to get required vaccinations

The Clallam County Health & Human Services Department is encouraging parents and students to schedule appointments for required immunizations as they prepare for the 2018-2019… Continue reading

Milestone: Peninsula College auto tech program gets vehicles training from Subaru

Peninsula College’s Automotive Technology Program received a Subaru Forrester and a Crosstrek last week, through a partnership with Subaru of America. The vehicle donations, along… Continue reading

OMC welcomes new manager of finance

Olympic Medical Center recently welcomed Misty Shaw as manager of finance. Shaw will manage OMC’s financial analysts, accounting and accounts payable staff, and act as… Continue reading

Putt selected to direct cancer center

Dean Putt recently joined Olympic Medical Cancer Center as director of the cancer program. Putt has worked in health care for 40 years, 24 of… Continue reading

Rotary club’s 2018 salmon bake draws 400+

Despite some chilly weather that forced festivities inside, the Rotary Club of Sequim’s 2018 Salmon Bake drew more than 400 community members to its annual… Continue reading

Summer Strings Workshop culminates in free public concert

Summer Strings Workshop concert Who: Port Angeles Symphony’s summer workshop students When: 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17 Where: First Presbyterian Church, 139 W. Eighth St.,… Continue reading

Writers’ conference grows in second year

Registration is now open for the Olympic Peninsula Christian Writers’ Conference, where 16 experienced writers will share their craft on Nov. 3. All writers and… Continue reading