Irrigation carnival stays put

The Sequim Irrigation Festival carnival, seen in 2013, will stay on Sequim School District property after organizers of the festival attempted to find a better-suited site to not displace athletics and distract students.  - Sequim Gazette file photo
  • Apr 16, 2014 at 8:24AM

After a tentative plan and months of effort to move the Sequim Irrigation Festival's annual carnival from its Sequim School District site, organizers say the event is staying put on May 8-11.


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Documentary on proposed coal exports comes to Peninsula College

  • Today at 3:00PM

A documentary about a proposed Pacific Northwest coal project threatening the global environment is slated to be screened at Peninsula College’s Magic of Cinema film series on Friday, April 25.

Inside Clallam’s first pot farm

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 10:32AM

Dungeness farmer becomes first local recreational marijuana producer

Mervin Manufacturing cuts 20 percent of staff

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 10:25AM

Mervin Manufacturing, local stalwarts of the premiere skate, snow and surf industry, made recent cuts to its work force in a restructuring of the business.

Q&A: The 2014 Sequim School Construction Bond

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 10:24AM

On April 22, voters in the Sequim School District will decide the fate of the district’s capital construction bond to remodel Sequim High School, build a new elementary school, add classrooms to Greywolf Elementary School and more.

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