Sequim Gazette Staff

Patterson’s piece picked for SEF film fest poster promo

A described “font fan” with self-taught artistic skills, Sequim High School junior Madeline Patterson is helping promote even more student-based creativity. Patterson was recently named… Continue reading

PC’s Webster Scholarship can help journalism, multimedia students

Students with a passion for storytelling who are interested in writing, photography and design are encouraged to apply now for the College’s Webster Scholarship. Funding… Continue reading

Redshaw’s one-act plays in spotlight at OTA in March

“A Conversation with Hattie McDaniel” and “Hazel Speaks!” — two one-act plays written, produced and directed by Rebecca Redshaw — is set for 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Rowing challenge set for Feb. 24

The Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association (OPRA) presents its first ever Sasquatch Showdown Erg sprint races, an indoor rowing competition open to the public set for… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced in drug, gun case

Sequim resident Byron C. Washburn, 33, was sentenced to 18 months in a state prison on Feb. 14 after he pleaded guilty in Clallam County… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC’s postseason hopes take hit in loss to Bellevue

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Bellevue 8-2 18-8 Skagit Valley 7-2 13-11 Everett 7-3 18-6 Olympic 5-5 8-13 Peninsula 3-6 5-16 Edmonds 2-7 5-19… Continue reading

Sequim Merchant Group sets first 2018 meeting for Feb. 21

The first Sequim Merchant Group meeting of 2018 is set for 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at Las Palomas Mexican Restaurant, 1850 E. Washington St.… Continue reading

City seeks park hosts/docents for Carrie Blake Community Park

The City of Sequim is seeking volunteers to serve as park hosts/docents for Carrie Blake Community Park. The park host/docent lives on-site and must provide… Continue reading

Gymnastics: Pfeffer, three Riders advance to state

Sequim and Port Angeles high school gymnasts are finishing their season at the prep pinnacle. SHS’s Lesea Pfeffer joins PA’s Maizie Tucker, Julienne Jacobs, Cassandra… Continue reading

Klahhane gymnasts open season with strong showing

Klahhane Xcel gymnasts opened their 2018 season with a solid showing at the first Freedom Invitational hosted by Cascade Gymnastics West at the Kitsap Sun… Continue reading

Learn about disaster survival at ‘May Your Neighborhood’ event

A “How to Map Your Neighborhood” presentation sponsored by the Interfaith Community of Clallam County explores the possibilities of community cooperation in the face of… Continue reading

Local anglers set fundraiser for the ‘Kids’

The Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter host the annual Kids Fishing Day fundraiser at Sunland Golf and Country Club on Saturday, Feb. 17. Donations… Continue reading

Matsiko World Orphan Choir visits Sequim church for concert

The Matsiko World Orphan Choir will share its inspirational message of hope at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church, 925 N.… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: PC falls in nail-biter vs. No. 2 Everett

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Everett 8-1 20-4 Bellevue 6-3 17-7 Peninsula 5-4 15-9 Whatcom 5-4 12-11 Edmonds 4-5 16-8 Shoreline 3-6 7-13 Skagit… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center gets $250,000 gift for Sequim cancer center expansion

The expansion of Olympic Medical Center’s Cancer Center in Sequim is another big step toward reality. The Olympic Medical Center Foundation presented its largest donation… Continue reading

Senate passes bills to boost jobs in Olympic Peninsula and across state

Two bipartisan bills passed Feb. 12 by the Washington State Senate could spur job growth on the Olympic Peninsula and in rural and coastal areas… Continue reading

Sequim Library offers Lego ‘Cool Creations’ sessions

How do you build “Cool Creations?” Brick by plastic brick. The Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave., hosts three sessions of Cool Creations Lego Building… Continue reading

Sequim Police Department seeking volunteers for VIPS program

The Sequim Police Department is seeking applicants for its Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program. These citizen volunteers perform important duties in support of the… Continue reading

Storm King squad places second in Founders Cup 2018 Washington State Founders Cup

With players from across the North Olympic Peninsula, Storm King U-17 boys soccer team made a post season run that carried them all the way… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: Pirates fall short in upset bid vs. Trojans

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Everett 7-1 18-4 Bellevue 6-2 16-8 Skagit Valley 6-2 12-11 Olympic 4-4 7-12 Peninsula 2-5 4-15 Whatcom 1-6 6-14… Continue reading