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Weather — Aug. 21, 2019

Temperatures Date High Low Aug. 13 78 56 Aug. 14 75 57 Aug. 15 72 58 Aug. 16 70 54 Aug. 17 71 58 Aug.… Continue reading

  • Aug 21, 2019

Obituaries — Aug. 7, 2019

Teresa Ruth Henry Teresa Ruth Henry of Port Angeles died on July 20, 2019 of respiratory failure at age 66. She was born July 3,… Continue reading

  • Aug 20, 2019

Midway Metals owner promises fence

Surety bond, purchasing license discussed at Clallam examiner hearing

Daytime lane, ramp closures scheduled along Highway 101 in Sequim

Pavement repairs on the River Road ramp and at several locations on U.S. Highway 101 will disrupt traffic this week. Work on the eastbound 101… Continue reading

Wilke, co-leader of Save Our Sequim: No plans to run for office

Candidate registration filed with PDC for 2020 campaign

The Sequim School District seeks to fill a vacancy for Director District 1, highlighted in yellow on this map. Graphic courtesy of Sequim School District

Sequim School Board looks to fill director vacancy

With board director Robin Henrikson’s resignation, the Sequim School District’s Board of Directors is looking to appoint the director vacancy. Applications for the appointed board… Continue reading

The Sequim School District seeks to fill a vacancy for Director District 1, highlighted in yellow on this map. Graphic courtesy of Sequim School District

Clallam commissioner candidate debate focuses on Sequim MAT clinic

Incumbent pummels election opponent over stance on facility

Hearing set on Henninger eligibility for OMC Sequim-area seat

A hearing has been scheduled in the case questioning Anne Marie Henninger’s eligibility to run for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner. The hearing is scheduled… Continue reading

Sequim Police seek intruder who entered residence in early morning hours

Sequim Police are seeking a man who reportedly entered a woman’s home in early morning hours last week. At approximately 2:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 8,… Continue reading

A look at back at Clallam County’s first fair

Despite the capriciousness of large-scale fate — world wars, disease and the vagaries of local politics — the Clallam County Fair is celebrating its 100th… Continue reading

Castell’s seventh shred event set for Aug. 24

7th-annual shred event When: 8-11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 Where: Castell Insurance, 426 E. Washington St. Cost: By donation (cash, checks payable to Boys &… Continue reading

  • Aug 14, 2019

Clallam County Fair ready to ‘turn 100’

2019 Clallam County Fair “Red, White & Moo — It’s Our 100th Too!” When: Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 15-18 Where: Clallam County Fairgrounds, 1608 W. 16th St.,… Continue reading

Clallam Primary Election: Henninger, Adkisson advance in Hospital District race

Nearly all of the ballots are in and the Clallam County primary election has been decided. No primary races flipped on Aug. 9 when the… Continue reading

Cleanup coming? Clallam County eyes scrapyard options

Midway Metals owner has hearing Thursday, Aug. 15

Left: The reenactors portraying the British Army fire on the Colonial Minutemen at the Battle of Concord Bridge while the crowd watches on during the Northwest Colonial Festival’s portrayal. 
                                Below: David Rieve, right, discusses Revolutionary War-era gunsmithing with several families in his tent at the Northwest Colonial Festival. Rieve, who is a trained gunsmith and has made numerous muskets and firearms that would be found in that era, has been coming to the Colonial Festival for several years and said that he enjoys the experience. Sequim Gazette photos by Conor Dowley

Colonial festival brings history to life

The Revolutionary War-era event was drizzly, but entertaining

Left: The reenactors portraying the British Army fire on the Colonial Minutemen at the Battle of Concord Bridge while the crowd watches on during the Northwest Colonial Festival’s portrayal. 
                                Below: David Rieve, right, discusses Revolutionary War-era gunsmithing with several families in his tent at the Northwest Colonial Festival. Rieve, who is a trained gunsmith and has made numerous muskets and firearms that would be found in that era, has been coming to the Colonial Festival for several years and said that he enjoys the experience. Sequim Gazette photos by Conor Dowley

Community News Briefs — Aug. 14, 2019

Jumble sale to help children The first Project Linus Jumble Sale is set for 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, at 33 Valley Center Place,… Continue reading

  • Aug 14, 2019

Federal grand jury indicts suspect in FREDS Guns burglary

Joey A. Maillet to appear in U.S. District Court in Seattle on Thursday

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s planned treatment center modeled after Swinomish facility

Clallam sheriff visited, was impressed by didgwalic Wellness Center in Anacortes

The Pet Posse veterinary transport vehicle parked in front of the Barks & Brews fundraiser event put on at the Peninsula Taproom on Aug. 10 to support the organization. Barks & Brews attracted more than 70 attendees and raised more than $5,000. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Pet Posse gets boost from Barks Brews

Fundraising event raises $5,100 for volunteer-run organization

The Pet Posse veterinary transport vehicle parked in front of the Barks & Brews fundraiser event put on at the Peninsula Taproom on Aug. 10 to support the organization. Barks & Brews attracted more than 70 attendees and raised more than $5,000. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley