Sequim Gazette Staff

SequimHigh senior goalkeeper Claire Henninger was selected to the Olympic League first-team for her outstanding play in front of the goal in 2017. Henninger will guard the goal for the Western Washington University Vikings in the fall. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

College soccer: SHS grad Henninger to play for powerhouse WWU squad

Sequim High School graduate Claire Henninger is one of Western Washington University’s newest women’s soccer recruits, set to play for one of the top Division… Continue reading

SequimHigh senior goalkeeper Claire Henninger was selected to the Olympic League first-team for her outstanding play in front of the goal in 2017. Henninger will guard the goal for the Western Washington University Vikings in the fall. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Community invited to go ’Birding Without Borders’

Noah Strycker, an author, photographer and adventurer, presents “Birding Without Borders” at two branches of the North Olympic Library System this month. Strycker will talk… Continue reading

Fastpitch: SHS squad closing in on playoff berth

The Wolves are still breathing. After starting last week with three consecutive straight losses, Sequim’s Wolves (5-5 in league play, 5-11 overall) kept their district… Continue reading

Girls tennis: NK hands SHS squad first losses of season

Sequim’s Wolves nearly knocked off one of the top teams in the state last week but came up short twice in two days, falling to… Continue reading

Innovative arts, crafts fair highlights festival’s first weekend

Sequim Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair What: Arts fair emphasizing reusability, repurposing, recycling When: May 4-6 Where: Sequim Civic Center Plaza, Cedar Street… Continue reading

Learn about growing rhododendrons

Veteran Washington State University Clallam County Master Gardener Rosalie Preble will provide recommendations for selecting, planting and caring for rhododendrons and azaleas at noon on… Continue reading

Local candidate filing set for May 14-18

The five-day candidate filing period for numerous local elected offices is coming up in Clallam County. Residents may file for candidacy online via the Clallam… Continue reading

Peninsula College schedules health job, student recruitment fair

Following an announcement earlier this month that Peninsula College will expand capacity in their allied health programs, the college will be holding its first Allied… Continue reading

Science Café examines prepping for ‘The Big One’

Scientists and Pacific Northwest residents alike concerned about the possibility of a massive earthquake and the resulting damage. The next Sequim Science Café — “Preparing… Continue reading

Seattle Foundation’s eighth and final GiveBIG to impact Olympic Peninsula nonprofits

GiveBIG What: One-day online charitable giving event When: All day Wednesday, May 9 Where: www.givebigseattle.org Who: Local nonprofits participating in GiveBIG with match opportunities, including… Continue reading

Sequim City Band sets ‘To The Heights’ concert for Sunday

Sequim City Band event Concert: “To The Heights” When: 3 p.m. Sunday, May 6 Where: James Center For the Performing Arts, 350 N. Blake Ave.… Continue reading

Soils workshop for farmers set in Sequim

WSU Extension’s Regional Small Farms Program is hosting a workshop for farmers titled “Advanced Soils and Cover Crops: Optimizing Nitrogen Management on Organic and Biologically… Continue reading

Spotlight on managing stress at May 9 wellness forum

Dr. Joshua Jones presents “Do You Have a Plan To Cope with Stress? Let’s Make One” at the next WOW! Working on Wellness Forum set… Continue reading

Track & Field: SHS teams get final postseason tune-up

Second to just one. Sequim’s boys track and field athletes wrapped up a strong regular season with wins against Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Coupeville… Continue reading

Unemployment rate nudges upward, job growth continues

Washington state’s economy added 3,900 jobs in March and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate increased slightly from 4.7 to 4.8 percent in March,… Continue reading

Backyard Birding explores the mystery of migration on May 5

At the next Backyard Birding series, Tomás Setubal leads a discussion on the phenomenon of migration and the mechanisms that govern this mass movement of… Continue reading

City seeks summer concerts/events sponsors

The City of Sequim is seeking sponsors for summer concerts and events. Without the generosity of community sponsors, city officials say, these programs would not… Continue reading

Drive 4 UR School comes to Sequim High School on April 29

The Sequim High School Swim Team Booster and Senior Class ASB are teaming up with Price Ford to sponsor a fundraising event that aims to… Continue reading

Drug take-back day set for April 28

Local law enforcement entities are teaming up to help get rid of potentially dangerous unused drugs throughout the Sequim and Port Angeles communities. The Clallam… Continue reading

Fastpitch: Wolves batters Bulldogs, fall to Vikings

Olympic League standings (as of April 22) Team Lg. Over. Port Angeles 7-0 10-1 North Kitsap 4-2 7-3 Sequim 4-3 4-8 Olympic 3-2 6-3 North… Continue reading