Joy Quilts program continues to help children in crisis

More than 7,000 plush animals, quilts given out

Visitors to Railroad Bridge Park enjoy the colorfully-lit historic bridge earlier this week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

A look into Jamestown’s Christmas lights effort

Contractor believes annual project could be biggest in state


Sequim goes into 2022 with $31.7 balanced budget

No utility or property tax rates passed by city council

A map from Olympic Disposal's conditional use permit application shows details of the company's proposed waste transfer station and recycling in Carlsborg.

Olympic Disposal proposing transfer station, recycling center in Carlsborg

A proposal to build a transfer station and recycling center in Carlsborg is now on the desks of county planners.… Continue reading

Three deaths from COVID reported in Clallam County

Three more Clallam County residents have died from COVID-19, raising the total number to 72 in the county and 91… Continue reading


Elderly pedestrian killed in collision

An 83-year-old pedestrian who was talking to a driver stopped on a rural roadway was killed late Tuesday afternoon. The… Continue reading

Health officials urge caution over Thanksgiving holiday

No new cases reported in long-term care facilities on Peninsula


Home Town Holidays: Event brings season’s spirits

A rainy gray day didn’t stop locals and visitors from attending Sequim’s usually annual Home Town Holidays at Centennial Place. Continue reading...

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First Friday Art Walk goes for gold this December

First Friday Art Walk Sequim’s color theme for December is gold, as we celebrate the Winter Solstice and the return Continue reading...

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Santa Brigade rolls out to help Toys for Sequim Kids

Volunteers with Sequim Community Aid and Clallam County Fire District 3 sponsor a donation drive for Toys for Sequim Kids Continue reading...


Christmas stretches across Diamond Point as community decorates road for holidays

Tis’ the season in Diamond Point. Thanks to community members, Diamond Point Road transforms into Holiday Lane each year with Continue reading...

Meghan Sullivan

Community news briefs — Dec. 1, 2021

Library hires public services director The North Olympic Library System has hired Meghan Sullivan as its public services director. Sullivan… Continue reading


Attorney group offers free legal aid in person, by phone

The County Pro Bono Lawyers group presents a legal aid clinic, a free program offering legal advice for local residents… Continue reading



Many Sequim restaurants and eateries change hours, services

Here are updated hours, services and contact information for Sequim area eateries and restaurants. If we missed an establishment or Continue reading...



Ohana Coffee celebrates an anniversary of family service

In Hawaii, the term “ohana” means family — but with a meaning more inclusive than blood family, and more complicated Continue reading...

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Winter sports preview: Mix of veterans, newcomers to hit lanes for SHS bowling squad

One year removed from an abridged 2020-2021 season, Sequim’s bowling team has one of the deepest and experienced squads its… Continue reading



Girls soccer: Johnson, Wagner highlight SHS all-league picks

Senior midfielder Hannah Wagner and sophomore striker Taryn Johnson paced Sequim High’s girls soccer squad this season, earning all-Olympic League… Continue reading


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From the Back Nine: Old dogs, new tricks

I had a terrific Thanksgiving. I proved to be a carving failure, however; by the time I served, the bird Continue reading...

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Bertha Cooper

Think About It: Counting votes

An email arrived last week that set me on a path of researching voter participation in our community, in this Continue reading...