Sequim Gazette Staff

FCCF, Lions boost OMC Foundation’s donations

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation presented $46,000 to Olympic Medical Center at its board of commissioner’s meeting on July 18, including gifts from the First… Continue reading

Hurricane Ridge Road under construction

Because of a major construction project, bicycle and pedestrian traffic will not be permitted on the first five miles of Hurricane Ridge Road from the… Continue reading

Primary Election underway in Clallam County

Voting in Washington state’s 2018 Primary Election is underway with more than 51,000 ballots being mailed July 18 to all registered Clallam County voters. The… Continue reading

Sequim all-school reunion set for early August

The 103rd Sequim All-Class Reunion — set for Aug. 10-12 — has a variety of activities for returning Wolves, from community gatherings and meals, a… Continue reading

Sequim Education Foundation teacher grants give local teachers a boost

Despite uncertainty in school funding at federal and state levels, local education advocates are helping fill in the gaps to spur special school projects. The… Continue reading

Sequim High students receive recognition for exam scores

Many Sequim High School students were recognized for earning a score of a five on their advanced placement exams taken in May; the highest score… Continue reading

Tours in bloom at demonstration garden

The Clallam County Master Gardeners are offering a guided tour of the Woodcock Demonstration Garden at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 26. The tour will… Continue reading

Sequim Police Department warns of new mail scam

The Sequim Police Department is warning area residents of a new mail scam involving unsolicited packages, City of Sequim officials said last week. A local… Continue reading

‘Hands On’ musuem to visit Sequim, Forks libraries

History comes alive with the Hands On Children’s Museum, an exhibition visiting the North Olympic Library System on Tuesday, July 24. The museum exhibit first… Continue reading

Annual ‘Dine on the Dungeness’ set for Aug. 3

Setting the table for an evening of fine dining in a unique setting, organizers of the fourth Dine on the Dungeness invite the community to… Continue reading

BMX riders raise $3K+ for causes

Local and regional BMX riders once again turned out to help race and raise funds for a good cause in Port Angeles this summer. On… Continue reading

Gleaners: Berries, cherries a boost for seniors, children

The WSU Extension Office of Clallam County is looking for gardens with ripe cherries and berries to share. The organization has a group of volunteer… Continue reading

Guided ‘Rock Walk’ set at wildlife refuge

Dave Parks, a Port Angeles geologist with the Washington Department of Natural Resources, leads a “Rock Walk” at the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday,… Continue reading

Jury convicts Sequim man for domestic violence crimes

A 38-year-old Sequim man was convicted of domestic violence crimes in late June, the Clallam County Prosecutor’s Office said. Joseph Brian Ueltzen, 38, of Sequim,… Continue reading

Learn approaches for better berry crops

Veteran Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green will provide tips for establishing a more productive berry patch at noon Thursday, July 26, in the Clallam County commissioners’… Continue reading

Media scholar to explore feminism and pop culture

Amy Peloff, a speaker from the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau, presents “Feminism and Pop Culture,” a discussion of what feminism means, at 6 p.m. Monday,… Continue reading

Protection Island cruise set during Lavender Weekend

The Protection Island Puffin Marine Sunset Dessert Cruise, a one-of-a-kind voyage from Sequim, gives nature-lovers a unique view of the Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge… Continue reading

Save the date for Aug. 12 Rotary salmon bake

The Rotary Club of Sequim celebrates its 50th anniversary with its 50th Salmon Bake, set for noon-4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, at the Sequim Boys… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced for child molestation

A Sequim man was sentenced on July 3 to six months jail and a year of supervision by the Washington State Department of Corrections after… Continue reading

Sixkiller, Huskies back in Sequim for eighth golf tourney

It’s hard to keep a pack of Huskies down. Sonny Sixkiller, the heralded University of Washington quarterback, is bringing plenty of purple and gold back… Continue reading