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Sequim Lavender Weekend set for July 19-21

Farmers, organizers share picturesque scenes of lavender

Sequim’s ‘Unity of Effort’ slated for Aug. 10

An event to honor local first responders, the annual “Unity of Effort” returns to Sequim on Saturday, Aug. 10. Security Services Northwest hosts the event… Continue reading

Stuff the Bus donations return to local businesses like Sequim Walmart to provide school supplies for in-need students. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Stuff the Bus returns in 2019, gathering school supplies for Sequim students

Stuff The Bus, Sequim’s annual donation drive bringing school supplies to local students, has begun. Organized by the Kiwanis Club of Sequim-Dungeness, this year’s drive… Continue reading

Stuff the Bus donations return to local businesses like Sequim Walmart to provide school supplies for in-need students. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Summit House begins services

Our Resilient Community Alliance (ORCA) announced in early July the start of services at Summit House in downtown Sequim, enabling access to transitional housing and… Continue reading

Tribe sets forum for proposed treatment center

Health services director looks to dispel rumors

Clint Cawley of the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation taxis the “Red Stearman” biplane in at the Sequim Valley Airport as retired Air Force veteran Ken Leuthold gives an emphatic thumbs-up. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Veterans get the gift of flight

Ageless Aviation soars with eight Sequim veterans

Clint Cawley of the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation taxis the “Red Stearman” biplane in at the Sequim Valley Airport as retired Air Force veteran Ken Leuthold gives an emphatic thumbs-up. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley.

Another round of goat removal underway in Olympic National Park

Last year’s batch said to be adapting well in Cascades

Cline Barn’s birthday highlights links to pioneer families

What do you get a venue that’s turning 85, and has been everything from a gymnasium to a dance hall, an event center and storage… Continue reading

Burglars get $8, donation box in schoolhouse incident

An apparent break-in at the Dungeness Schoolhouse on Towne Road netted burglars a wooden donation box and less than $10. Chief Criminal Deputy Brian King… Continue reading

Candidate forum video recordings now available

Video recordings of two recent candidate forums hosted by the League of Women Voters of Clallam County are now available at www.lwvcla.org. The first, held… Continue reading

Clallam County officials welcome input for hazard plan at July 17 meeting

Clallam County is gearing up for the possibility of any number of emergencies — earthquakes, fires, floods, etc. — and officials are seeking your help.… Continue reading

Community members rally at city against MAT facility

Sequim staff say no proposal before council, planning commission

Community news briefs — July 10, 2019

Book sale set for Saturday The Friends of Sequim Library hosts its monthly book sale from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at the Friends… Continue reading

  • Jul 10, 2019

Court denies further review of former Sequim man’s appeal of sex offense conviction

A former Sequim man’s longstanding appeal of a 2008 sex offense involving his ex-girlfriend has been exhausted, Clallam County prosecutors said. The state Supreme Court… Continue reading

Federal judge stays course on order in lawsuit against Olympic Game Farm

Sequim attraction had sought to dismiss parts of litigation

Fire destroys Dungeness Meadows home

An electronic fire likely started a double-wide mobile home on fire July 4 in the Dungeness Meadows development. Crews with Clallam County Fire District 3… Continue reading

Fire District 3 looks to renew EMS levy this November

Clallam County Fire District 3’s leaders will ask voters to renew a 10-year Emergency Medical Services property tax levy in the Nov. 5 election. Fire… Continue reading

After falling from this small aluminum dinghy, a man was rescued by John Robert Labbe and his family and Sue Cram and Dick Neil in Dungeness Bay on July 4. The boat also had a small outboard motor that Labbe detached and stowed away to make it safer and easier to transport back to John Wayne Marina. Submitted photo by Dick Neil

Good Samaritans save man from drowning

Two sets of boaters came together to save a man from drowning on the 4th of July.

After falling from this small aluminum dinghy, a man was rescued by John Robert Labbe and his family and Sue Cram and Dick Neil in Dungeness Bay on July 4. The boat also had a small outboard motor that Labbe detached and stowed away to make it safer and easier to transport back to John Wayne Marina. Submitted photo by Dick Neil

Health officials: Clallam County infant mortality rate driven by unsafe sleep

Clallam County has the highest rate of infant mortality in the state, and local health officials say unsafe sleep is the major contributing factor. Clallam… Continue reading

  • Jul 10, 2019

Learn about cougars in ‘Light of the Moon’ series

The Dungeness River Audubon Center has brought back the “Learn by the Light of the Moon” speaker series with a new line-up. The series provides… Continue reading