Sequim Gazette Staff

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

Girls tennis: Sequim beats North Mason, Bremerton to stay perfect in league

Olympic League standings (as of April 22) Team Lg. North Kitsap 9-0 Sequim 9-0 Kingston 9-3 Olympic 5-5 Port Angeles 4-4 Coupeville 2-4 Chimacum 3-6… Continue reading

Guild donation helps Fire District 3 purchase AEDs

Some kinds heart in the Sequim community are helping improve the chances of their neighbors survive heart problems. Clallam County Fire District 3 announced last… Continue reading

Learn all about kale from a Master Gardener

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain will share tips for successfully growing, harvesting, and cooking many varieties of kale at noon on Thursday, April 26, in… Continue reading

Learn how to become a Master Composter+Recycler

The Clallam County Waste Prevention Program and Clallam County Washington State University Extension host a five-class series to teach local citizens to be Master Composter+Recyclers.… Continue reading

Milestone: MacLaine takes top honors at district Toastmasters competition

For the first time in two decades, the Sequim-Dungeness Valley sends a competitor to the Toastmaster Annual International Speech Contest semi-finals in August—in Chicago. Lindy… Continue reading

OMC Foundation makes another donation for Sequim cancer center expansion

Another six-figure step closer. The Olympic Medical Center Foundation presented a $102,000 donation to Olympic Medical Center at OMC’s board of commissioners meeting on April… Continue reading

OMC selects Swanson for Director of Surgical Services

Olympic Medical Center announced Vickie Swanson as the Director of Surgical Services. Swanson has more than 34 years of experience in nursing and has a… Continue reading

Sequim students take top honors at state science, engineering fair

From underwater vehicles to invasive eelgrass, and from plastic biodegradation to “Space Origami,” Sequim students offered a variety of topics for this year’s state-level judges.… Continue reading

Shoreline erosion workshop set for May 5

Clallam County shoreline landowners are invited to attend a free coastal process and erosion management workshop on Saturday, May 5. Registration is required. To register,… Continue reading

Soccer: PC hosts talented soccer squads at 2018 Rumble in the Rainforest

Hear that rumbling? It’s back. Peninsula College’s annual Rumble in the Rainforest returns in late April, bringing more top regional soccer talent to the college’s… Continue reading

Stand down set for May 3 in Forks

Voices for Veterans, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, hosts a Stand Down for veterans from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, May 3, at the Forks Elks Lodge,… Continue reading