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Sequim schools, interim superintendent agree to contract

Terms have been agreed upon and approved by the school board.

Sequim Warming Center seeks volunteers for cold winter months

While Sequim enters its warmest part of the year, advocates for the Sequim Community Warming Center are gearing up to help residents make it through… Continue reading

Sequim’s got hay fever

Contributor Bob Lampert captures this hay-harvesting early this week in Sequim. Contributor Bob Lampert captures this hay-harvesting early this week in Sequim. Submitted photo By… Continue reading

Sequim’s Patterson takes lead with Clallam Fire District 2

Jake Patterson takes over top job, eyes challenges

Two physicians join staff at NOHN

North Olympic Healthcare Network announced last week that Dr. Kristin Puhl and Dr. Mira Nelson are joining the staff as second-year resident physicians as of… Continue reading

Weather — July 3, 2019

Temperatures Date High Low June 25 70 45 June 26 67 48 June 27 61 54 June 28 68 53 June 29 68 51 June… Continue reading

  • Jul 3, 2019

Woodcock Road roundabout slated for 2021 in county roads plan

A roundabout at Woodcock Road and Sequim-Dungeness Way seems likely for 2021, according to Clallam County leaders. Clallam County engineer Ross Tyler said the project… Continue reading

Tsunami warning set for noon today (July 1)

The All Hazard Alert Broadcast (AHAB) sirens will sound along the Clallam County waterfront at noon today (Monday, July 1), in efforts to warn people… Continue reading

Healing continues for dogs from Agnew rescue

Five weeks after being rescued from what pet advocates said were unhealthy and dangerous conditions at an Agnew home, most of the more than two-dozen… Continue reading

PHOTOS: School’s out!

Students in Sequim celebrate their summer break on June 19, the final day of school.… Continue reading

Sequim school board names Rob Clark interim superintendent

Clark will take on his new role on July 1.

Clark, Sequim’s new school superintendent, seeks to build relationships

“Relationships help us get things done”

Community news briefs — June 26, 2019

Fireworks ban reminder Officials with the City of Sequim remind residents and visitors that discharging fireworks is banned within the Sequim city limits. The Sequim… Continue reading

  • Jun 26, 2019

Deadline extended for physicians fund helping students in medical-related fields

Clallam County Physicians Community Benefit Fund is accepting applications for academic scholarships in medically related fields and medically related community grants to be awarded in… Continue reading

Doctors added in Clallam County

Wait times cut for initial visits, agencies say

Fire District 3 seeks input on EMS levy renewal

Leaders with Clallam County Fire District 3 continue to weigh impacts to residents and the fire service as they consider asking voters to renew a… Continue reading

This year, only one fireworks booth so far is going up in the City of Sequim from June 28-July 5. City of Sequim fireworks’ ordinance allows up to four booths to sell fireworks despite the discharge of fireworks being banned. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Fireworks discharge ban continues in City of Sequim

For the second consecutive year, the Fourth of July should be fairly quiet over Sequim skies. This summer marks a continuation of the ban for… Continue reading

This year, only one fireworks booth so far is going up in the City of Sequim from June 28-July 5. City of Sequim fireworks’ ordinance allows up to four booths to sell fireworks despite the discharge of fireworks being banned. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Manis mastodon remnants get new life at Washington State Historical Society

On the web Hear a podcast of Clare Manis Hatler talking about the 1977 Manis mastodon find at www.columbiaconversations.org. More than four decades ago, a… Continue reading

Police blotter — June 26, 2019

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. June 18… Continue reading

  • Jun 26, 2019
The new 24 hour AM/PM minimart in Carlsborg with Greywolf Elementary school in the background. The Sequim School district has until July 2 to respond or object to the store’s liquor license application. Sequim Gazette photo by Matt Nash

School board discusses Arco liquor license

District has opportunity to formally object to the 24-hour minimart’s liquor license application

The new 24 hour AM/PM minimart in Carlsborg with Greywolf Elementary school in the background. The Sequim School district has until July 2 to respond or object to the store’s liquor license application. Sequim Gazette photo by Matt Nash