Sequim Gazette Staff

Registration is open for summer backpacking programs

NatureBridge, the largest residential environmental education partner of the National Park Service, leads backpacking programs for high school students in Olympic and Yosemite National Parks… Continue reading

Sequim equestrians punch ticket to state at district meet

A host of Sequim Equestrian Team athletes are headed to the state meet after a solid finish in the team’s third and final district meet… Continue reading

State unemployment rate unchanged in February

Washington state’s economy added 8,700 jobs in February, and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate came in at 4.7 percent, according to the Employment… Continue reading

Students to teach community about Clallam County history

A student who wants to save African elephants found a local subject that interested her. Raven Taylor wrote about those elephants’ extinct descendants, mastodons, and… Continue reading

Volunteer hospice group seeks stories for 40th anniversary

Representatives with Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) are seeking community members who would be willing to share their stories, connections and and experiences with… Continue reading

George and Jolie Will of Sequim look for litter on the beach near the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge near Sequim in 2017, as part of statewide effort to remove trash and other unwanted debris from along Washington’s coasts. The event, hosted by the Washington CoastSavers program, sees volunteers each year spread out to scour beaches along the Pacific coastline and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Washington Coast Cleanup set for April 21

With winter’s prevailing winds and surface currents pushing marine debris toward the Washington coast, the Washington CoastSavers and community volunteers are gearing up for their… Continue reading

George and Jolie Will of Sequim look for litter on the beach near the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge near Sequim in 2017, as part of statewide effort to remove trash and other unwanted debris from along Washington’s coasts. The event, hosted by the Washington CoastSavers program, sees volunteers each year spread out to scour beaches along the Pacific coastline and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Community variety show moves to Sequim grange

The Your Community Variety Show is relocating. Starting with the April 17 performance, the monthly program will be held at the Sequim Prairie Grange, 290… Continue reading

Fastpitch: Wolves bash Bucs 12-1, improve to 2-0 in league

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. Port Angeles 3-0 5-1 Sequim 2-0 2-5 Olympic 2-1 4-2 North Kitsap 1-1 4-2 Bremerton 0-1 1-3 Kingston 0-3… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge closures set

Improving weather conditions are allowing resumption of a rehabilitation project that began last year on the State Route 104/Hood Canal Bridge.Contractor crews working for the… Continue reading

Klahhane gymnasts grab gold and silver

Klahhane Gymnastics athletes earned some top finishes at the Washington Xcel State Championships March 23-25, held at the Clark County Events Center in Ridgefield. The… Continue reading

Molina Foundation grant brings book boon to Greywolf Elementary

The Molina Foundation recently awarded the gift of 1,800 new books — enough to fill a library shelf nearly a hundred feet long — to… Continue reading

Next Science Café explores how data-driven resource management

Neil Harrington talks about how research data helps the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s natural resource management at the next Sequim Science Café, set for 6:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Pallet art workshop slated for April 14

To encourage participation in the Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Craft’s Innovative Reuse Showcase, several spring workshops have been devised for creative folks to take.… Continue reading

Port Angeles students win in 2018 Battle of the Books competition

The Bookworms, a team of homeschool students from Port Angeles, took top honors in the county-wide Battle of the Books Competition on Friday, March 16.… Continue reading

Senior softball is back in Sequim

Time to dust off those softball gloves. Sequim’s Senior Softball Grey Wolves club invites all interested men and women softball players to come out this… Continue reading

Sequim man sentenced for attempted robbery, identity theft

James Lavon Lewis of Sequim was sentenced on Thursday to more than 96 months in prison following his recent plea to the crime of Attempted… Continue reading

Volunteer hospice group offers ‘Living Alone Now’ workshop

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County is hosting “Living Alone Now,” a workshop set for 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at Hospice House, 810 S. Albert… Continue reading

WOW! wellness forum explores ‘Food as Medicine’

Dr. Carolyn DeSalvo presents a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum titled “Food as Medicine: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet” at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, at… Continue reading

Skwim Toastmasters Club starts guest speaker series

The Skwim Toastmasters Club launches a monthly Second-Tuesday Guest Speaker Series next week. Guest speaker presentations will average 45 minutes in length, followed by the… Continue reading

2018 tourism project grant funds available

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau (OPVB) is seeking applications for tourism project grants, primarily to support shoulder season activities within Clallam County. The bureau awards… Continue reading