Sequim Gazette Staff

Gymnastics: Sequim-PA squad upends Kingston’s Buccaneers

The combined Sequim-Port Angeles gymnastics squad knocked off Kingston 140.05-137.35 on Jan. 23, the team’s final dual meet before postseason action. Port Angeles’ Cassandra Middlestead… Continue reading

History Tales resumes with exploration of a peninsula ‘unsung hero’

Author Glynda Peterson Schaad will talk about Wynona Whitcomb Ross at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb.… Continue reading

Local artists host B&G Club benefit concert

Local artists Carol Swarbrick Dries and Linda Dowdell take the stage in a benefit concert for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Master Gardener to talk proper pruning

During his “Pruning Year Round” presentation, WSU Clallam County Master Gardener Keith Dekker will explain how proper pruning can save work and enhance the health… Continue reading

Men’s basketball: Pirates hit triple digits, top Tritons

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Everett 5-1 17-4 Whatcom 4-2 11-9 Bellevue 3-3 14-7 Peninsula 3-3 13-8 Shoreline 3-3 7-10 Edmonds 2-4 14-7 Olympic… Continue reading

Peninsula College Foundation announces 2018-19 scholarship process

The Peninsula College Foundation is offering nearly 70 scholarships totaling more than $100,000 to students attending Peninsula College for the 2018-2019 school year. Scholarships are… Continue reading

Registration open for 2018 Sequim Little League seasons

Time to think about digging in, batters, and for hurlers to get their pitching arms loose. Sequim Little League is registering players for the 2018… Continue reading

Sequim Education Foundation has scholarship opportunities for 2018’s graduating high school seniors

The Sequim Education Foundation is offering 2018 graduating seniors a number of scholarship opportunities. Each scholarship is listed on with a complete description of… Continue reading

Wine, chocolate tour set for two weekends

This year’s Red Wine Cider & Chocolate Tour takes place over two weekends — Feb. 10-11 and Feb. 17-19 — from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: PC tops Cardinals for first conference win

North Region standings Team Rec. Over. Everett 5-1 16-4 Bellevue 4-1 14-7 Olympic 3-2 6-10 Skagit Valley 3-2 9-11 Edmonds 1-4 4-16 Peninsula 1-4 3-14… Continue reading

Clallam Conservation District sets 2018 election

Election for two positions with the Clallam Conservation District Board of Supervisors is set for March, and ballots may be turned in for those offices… Continue reading

Volunteers, transportation sought for visit to legislature

Clallam Mosaic, a local nonprofit that works to enrich, encourage and empower people with developmental disabilities, is seeking help in bringing it’s voice to Olympia.… Continue reading

Bowling: Danielson, Funston advance to districts

Two Sequim High bowlers are moving on after earning top-20 marks at the Olympic League tournament in Silverdale on Jan. 18. Juniors Quinn Danielson and… Continue reading

Explore the world: Traveler’s Journal is back with eight new adventures

2018 Traveler’s Journal lineup Feb. 1 — Elston Hill: “Traveling in North Korea as a party of two” Feb. 8 — Mark Roye and Nancy… Continue reading

Join a ‘Spiritual Read’ in Sequim, Port Angeles groups

The community is invited to be a part of the “Spiritual Read” this spring, sponsored by The Interfaith Community of Clallam County. Read “The Book… Continue reading

Local memoirists to share stories at next Fourth Friday readings

Writers on the Spit feature two memoirists, Doreen Petersen and Ingrid Lehrer, at the Fourth Friday Readings on Jan. 26. The free event begins at… Continue reading

Macdonald to give D-Day presentation

Mac Alexander Macdonald is back to present “What Does D-Day Mean to Us Today?” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 28 at the Old Dungeness Schoolhouse,… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts sets auditions for ‘The Tin Woman’

Director Jim Guthrie is seeking actors “who aren’t afraid to take chances” for the Olympic Theatre Arts production of “The Tin Woman,” opening on April… Continue reading

OMC selects Burkhardt for Chief Human Resources Officer role … and other items

Jennifer Burkhardt was recently named Olympic Medical Center’s new Chief Human Resources Officer. She replaces Richard Newman, who retired on Jan. 9 after 17 years… Continue reading

Sequim youths sink shots at annual Elks Hoop Shoot

Next target to take aim at: districts. The annual Sequim Elks Hoop Shoot on Jan. 12 at the Sequim Boys & Girls Club saw a… Continue reading