Paige Krzyworz makes face masks with her mom Heidi as a new project they started together. Heidi said she was going to donate fabric late last year but Paige said they might need it for something important. “She was right,” Heidi said. Photo courtesy of Heidi Sellers-Krzyworz

Sequim begins community movement to make face masks

Collaborative continues through Facebook group

Helping hand out meals to Sequim youths on March 26 are, from left, bus driver Vienna Barron, teacher Gwen Rudzinski and Shirley Sheppard of Sodexo. The Sequim School District is distributing breakfast and lunch meals throughout the area each weekday. With parents Tony and Leslie Endicott (not pictured) looking on, Hadley, 4, Gracie, 3, and Logan, 14, receive their meals. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

State orders schools to keep teaching

Through all the changes in the academic year, directives from state leaders and the mayhem created by a worldwide health… Continue reading

Lakeside Industries and Interwest Construction plan to start and finish paving West Fir Street this week. They started March 31 at the intersection of West Fir Street and North Sequim Avenue. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

City prioritizes Fir Street paving for pandemic emergency response

Street light, speed bumps and more to come after coronavirus restrictions lifted

Peninsula man in 80s catches COVID-19

Authorities tell of jail measures, face masks

Work crews sanitize city public areas

The City of Sequim has redirected the work of members of the Public Works Crew to sanitize several public spaces,… Continue reading

Criteria expands for coronavirus testing

Jefferson County to follow same guidelines as Clallam County

Above, due to Stay at Home mandates, trapping for the invasive European green crab is on hold across the state including the Dungeness Spit and in Neah Bay. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
                                Left, last year, the Makah Tribe captured its highest total of European green crab but Adrianne Akmajian, a marine ecologist for the Makah Fisheries Management, said they might not begin trapping until May due to concerns for the spread of the coronavirus. Photo courtesy of Adrianne Akmajian

Green crab trapping on hold across Western Washington

Resource Managers concerned prime trapping time could pass

Ryan Quiroz and Alicia Taylor help prepare food at Nourish Sequim on March 26. Nourish’s “Meals for Medics” GoFundMe drive, a program to provide meals for Olympic Medical Center workers, topped its initial goal of $10,000. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Nourish’s meals program helps feed OMC staff, positivity

“We’re willing to keep cooking if you keep responding.” Seeming both visibly tired and energized, Tanya Rose takes a step Continue reading...

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Reporter’s Notebook: Rock, paper, lava: conversations with my kids about COVID-19

A bike ride or a LEGO-building session with my boys seems to bring the humor. While making the loop around Continue reading...

Some of the hundreds of volunteers and staff for OlyCAP’s RSVP program stand together during a special luncheon on March 12 recognizing their efforts last year of volunteering more than 56,000 hours. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Seniors help serve community as RSVPs

OlyCAP efforts provided more than 56,000 hours of volunteer support


College baseball: Former SHS diamond star comes to a crossroads

Sequim player’s NCAA career is likely over



Robotics take knee surgery to the next level

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


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Domestic violence IS preventable: July 21’s Refuse To Abuse 5k is a unique run/walk through every level of Safeco Field, from the players’ tunnel to the final lap around the field.

LifeWire provides a lifeline for woman fleeing abuse

Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence



From the Editor’s Desk: Help in a time of cornoavirus

Looking for a way to connect with people and lift their spirits in this time of “physical distancing,” my wife Continue reading...


From the Back Nine: Acronyms say it all

I didn’t have children. Like Butterfly McQueen, I suffer from KNBBBD also known as ‘Know Nothin’ ’Bout Birthin’ Babies Disorder.” Continue reading...

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