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Putt selected to direct cancer center

Dean Putt recently joined Olympic Medical Cancer Center as director of the cancer program. Putt has worked in health care for 40 years, 24 of… Continue reading

Rotary club’s 2018 salmon bake draws 400+

Despite some chilly weather that forced festivities inside, the Rotary Club of Sequim’s 2018 Salmon Bake drew more than 400 community members to its annual… Continue reading

Sequim man facing fourth DUI charge in under 10 years

A 26-year-old Sequim man appeared in Clallam County Superior Court on Aug. 13 for what would be his fourth charge of driving under the influence… Continue reading

Sequim man injured in wreck on Highway 101

A rear-end collision involving three vehicles on Aug. 13 sent a 57-year-old man to Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles. William Laubner of Sequim was… Continue reading

Sunland Golf Country Club struggling, homeowners to discuss possible contract options

Leaders of Sunland Golf & Country Club say the 18-hole course and its cafe and pro shop continue to hit hard times. Bruce Mullikin, board… Continue reading

Weather — Aug. 15, 2018

Temperatures Date High Low Aug. 7 75 54 Aug. 8 85 56 Aug. 9 76 57 Aug. 10 73 58 Aug. 11 67 59 Aug.… Continue reading

  • Aug 15, 2018

Sequim man sentenced in rape cases

A former Sequim church trustee who has been convicted of raping two eighth-grade girls in 2015 and 2016 and tampering with a witness following his… Continue reading

Department of Licensing sets end-of-month closures

The Washington State Department of Licensing is preparing to launch a new, fully modernized driver licensing system at the end of August, and customers need… Continue reading

Meet one of the cast from ‘Castaways’: Sequim man one of 12 contestants on new television show

Sequim native Richard Rogers has a passion for fishing and is a fan of survivalist shows, so it was only natural he was the perfect… Continue reading

Registration opens for Mountain View Christian School on Aug. 12

Registration opens for elementary grades at Mountain View Christian School on Sunday, Aug. 12, for the upcoming school year. Students in grades 1-8 can register… Continue reading

School board OKs annual budget, sets fund minimum

The Sequim School District Board of Directors were busy at the Aug. 6 board meeting as it approved a new president, the district’s 2018-2019 budget… Continue reading

A ‘Night at the Museum’ in honor of Robby Streett

“A Night at the Museum” is coming to life with a variety of events and activities with the proceeds of the event to be donated… Continue reading

Clallam Primary: Doherty, Peach to vie in general election

Incumbent Republican Clallam County Commissioner Bill Peach and Democrat Mike Doherty Jr. will advance to the Nov. 6 general election, along with District Court 1… Continue reading

‘Wild’ wine label features local photographer’s sea scene

One of Wind Rose Cellars’ newest wines, the 2017 Wild Coast White features one wild scene from the Olympic Peninsula. Wild Coast White is a… Continue reading

  • Aug 8, 2018

City neighborhood kiosks now available for use

The City of Sequim has completed the installation of kiosks that have been placed in each of the city’s seven neighborhoods. The kiosks are available… Continue reading

City of Sequim housing survey available online

The City of Sequim’s Department of Community Development is developing a Housing Needs Assessment to address the requirements and costs for housing throughout the City,… Continue reading

Community news briefs — Aug. 8, 2018

Annual salmon bake slated for Sunday The Rotary Club of Sequim invites the community to its 50th-annual Salmon Bake, starting at noon on Sunday, Aug.… Continue reading

  • Aug 8, 2018
Mountain View Christian School near Sequim is named in a civil lawsuit from family members of a former student that asserts school leaders withheld knowledge that former teacher/principal Douglas Allison allegedly touched other students inappropriately. Allison was sentenced in 2016 to 26-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to child molestation and child rape charges. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Family sues church over sex crimes at Christian school near Sequim

A King County civil lawsuit claims leaders for Mountain View Christian School near Sequim withheld knowledge that a former teacher convicted of sex crimes was… Continue reading

Mountain View Christian School near Sequim is named in a civil lawsuit from family members of a former student that asserts school leaders withheld knowledge that former teacher/principal Douglas Allison allegedly touched other students inappropriately. Allison was sentenced in 2016 to 26-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to child molestation and child rape charges. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Light Up the Night

The skies (and neighbors) in Carlsborg get a special treat on Saturday, Aug. 4, with a balloon glow at a private event at JakeWay Farm.… Continue reading

  • Aug 8, 2018

Man arrested on warrants, drug offenses

Clallam County sheriff’s deputies have arrested a convicted felon who had two outstanding warrants and was seen on video surveillance fleeing from the 7 Cedars… Continue reading