Celebrate science, technology at GeekOut! event on May 11

The Celebration of Science & Technology, also known as GeekOut!, is set for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Port Angeles City Pier.… Continue reading

Sequim schools superintendent Neal resigns, effective June 30

With a little more than one year remaining on his contract, superintendent Gary Neal, 60, is resigning his position as the Sequim School District’s top… Continue reading

Gardiner house fire displaces family

As Terry Rookard, 93, was praying the Rosary, she had no idea a fire was burning above her in the attic space of her Gardiner… Continue reading

Community news briefs — May 1, 2019

Get tickets for hospital guild’s annual fashion show, auction The Sequim Dungeness Hospital Guild’s annual fashion show/silent auction and luncheon is set for noon Thursday,… Continue reading

  • May 1, 2019

Find out what’s new in mental health at free WOW! workshop

Dr. Joshua Jones presents “What’s New in Mental Health and Wellness,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum, at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, at… Continue reading

Legislature adjourns on time with new budget, new spending

The Washington State Legislature adjourned minutes before its midnight deadline on Sunday, April 28, ending its 105-day session on time for the first time since… Continue reading

Man jailed after jumping from police vehicle

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man who is accused of jumping out of a moving patrol car in Port Angeles. Justin Troy… Continue reading

May is ‘Bike Everywhere Month’

Organizers of local “Bike Everywhere Month” activities say there are plenty of chances to warm up for summer riding during May, with group rides and… Continue reading

Nursing bill passed with controversial measures eliminated

8-hour shift limit amendment by Maureen Walsh removed in reconciliation

Police blotter — May 1, 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. April 23… Continue reading

  • May 1, 2019

Schools, businesses, homes see another Sequim Beautiful Day

Volunteers turned out in full force for Saturday’s third annual Sequim Beautiful Day effort. Organizers estimate more than 100 volunteers from seven churches, businesses and… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival begins 124th year this weekend

Organizers with the Sequim Irrigation Festival hope locals find comfort in this year’s theme “There’s No Place Like Home” for its 124th year. The two-weekend… Continue reading

Sequim Scouts help with Habitat’s Rally

Sequim Scouts help with Habitat’s Rally

Two local nonprofits to participate in GiveBIG on May 8

GiveBIG What: Regional online charitable giving event When: Through Wednesday, May 8. On the web: Last year was thought to mark the final GiveBIG… Continue reading

Weather — May 1, 2019

Temperatures Date High Low April 23 51 44 April 24 57 40 April 25 58 37 April 26 55 43 April 27 53 42 April… Continue reading

  • May 1, 2019

Federal officials offering $10K reward for information about Sequim burglary

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, announced today,… Continue reading

Sequim woman opens home to women facing homelessness, crisis

Sequim Beautiful Day projects Saturday, April 27 • Summit House, painting home for women and families in need • Olympic Peninsula Academy, painting classrooms •… Continue reading

The Legislature’s 2019 hits and misses

The 2019 legislative session began Jan. 14 and is scheduled to end on April 28, if the operation, transportation, and capital budget all pass the… Continue reading

Personal objection will no longer exempt children from school vaccinations

Lawmakers aim to stop the ongoing measles outbreak with passage of bill

Eggs, Easter Bunny still a draw at Elks event

By Michael Dashiell Sequim Gazette… Continue reading