City secures federal funds for Simdars Interchange project

Stakeholders to ask legislators for full design, construction costs

Peninsula stays clear of new COVID-19 cases

Health officials are working with schools on re-opening guidelines; no new COVID-19 reported

Irrigation Festival makes 125th year official with kickoff, float reveal

Event keeps streak as most continuous festival in Washington

Hearing examiner cancels MAT hearing

Environmental review must be separate under code, he says

Kendall, former CEO of PepsiCo and SHS grad, dies at 99

Donald Kendall learned the value of hard work early, getting up early to milk cows on his family’s dairy farm… Continue reading

State Parks set virtual public process Miller Peninsula park planning

Plans to further develop Miller Peninsula State Park are getting revived this fall.

Sequim schools could open in early October

With Clallam County’s overall COVID-19 infection rate decreasing in recent weeks, Sequim school leaders are keeping an eye on opening… Continue reading

OPHS provides aid to animals from wildfire-ravaged areas

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society rescued seven dogs and two kittens from California last week.

Sequim’s Larry and Susie Ormbrek offer leaves from their gunnera plant for people interested in creating their own concrete tables or bird baths using an online guide. They’ll trim the plants for the fall in the coming week or two. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim couple offers leaves for concrete table project

Ormbreks see gunnera grow bigger than expected

Gina Hietpas’ debut collection of poetry, “Terrain,” is available now at several websites. Submitted photo

Sequim poet weaves personal, place with ‘Terrain’

For her debut poetry collection, Sequim author Gina Hietpas dug deep into personal thoughts and experiences … at times, three Continue reading...

Get It Growing: Plant your own gourmet garlic

Garlic (Allium sativum) is among the oldest documented plants cultivated by man. The Sumerians carved recipes containing garlic on stone Continue reading...

News

Sprinklers help contain fire in Sequim apartment complex

A sprinkler system inside Elk Creek Apartments, 90 S. Rhodefer Road, helped extinguish a fire inside a second floor apartment… Continue reading

 

Sequim Police say after interviews, a 12-year-old admitted to vandalizing the exterior of Helen Haller Elementary and the Sequim School District’s concession stand. However, the child did not admit to vandalism inside one classroom at the school. Photo courtesy of Sequim Police Department

Child faces misdemeanor charges for school vandalism

A 12-year-old could face a misdemeanor charge of malicious mischief for allegedly vandalizing portions of Helen Haller Elementary and the… Continue reading

 

Sports

Prep sports: No timeline yet for start of workouts, scrimmages

It will likely still be awhile before local student-athletes return to practice or scrimmages.

 

Bubble awaits returning Peninsula College hoops players

Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce meeting features Pirates women’s basketball coach, men’s head coach

 

Marketplace

Planting now, for the future

Active forest management does much more than produce timber and toilet paper.

 

Why the construction industry is essential to local toilet paper stocks

Diverse, interconnected forest products industry need all components working

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Robotics take knee surgery to the next level

Knee pain sufferers on the Olympic Peninsula have new options at Jefferson Healthcare