Colorful connections

Sometimes an individual can have a presence much larger than their physical form, can embody an aura of action that...

By Emily Matthiessen For the Sequim Gazette • April 17, 2024 1:30 am

High winds spread fire south of Sequim

Firefighters worked into the night of April 15 to extinguish slash pile fires that were spread by high winds south…

By Matthew Nash • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
Play ball! Sequim Little League kicks off 2024 season

With players representing more than two dozen teams ready for action, Sequim Little League’s 2024 season got underway with Opening…

By Michael Dashiell • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
OTA sinks acting chops into “Man with the Plastic Sandwich”

Show delves into desires versus demands of life

By Matthew Nash • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
Sequim city manager receives positive council review

Sequim City Manager Matt Huish received another favorable annual review from city councilors.

By Matthew Nash • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
Peninsula College’s automotive technology program gets a reboot

Peninsula College has rebooted its automotive technology program with a new instructor, new curriculum and a renewed focus on workforce…

By Paula Hunt Peninsula Daily News • April 18, 2024 1:30 am
City, fire department partner to bring back fire and safety inspections

Clallam County Fire District 3 and the City of Sequim are once again partnering to bring routine fire and life…

By Matthew Nash • April 17, 2024 1:30 am

Company eyes Port Angeles for carbon capture pilot project

Port Angeles could be the site of a pilot project for an experimental technology that hopes to combat climate change…

By Peter Segall • April 11, 2024 1:30 am
What’s Happening at the Market: Join the market community

The Sequim Farmers &Artisans Market season starts Saturday, May 4, bringing an array of vendors together with shoppers who are…

By June Claypool For the Sequim Gazette • April 10, 2024 1:30 am
State unemployment rate rises to 4.7%

Washington state’s economy added an estimated 2,600 jobs (seasonally adjusted) and the monthly unemployment rate rose from 4.6% in January…

By Washington Employment Security Department • April 10, 2024 1:30 am

Baseball: Wolves battle PA but fall short in pair of league games

A late-inning comeback fell short as the Wolves put up a fight against a highly-ranked Port Angeles team, falling 5-2…

By Pierre LaBossiere • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
Fastpitch: SHS seeking first league victory

A trio of tough losses last week has Sequim’s fastpitch squad still looking for its first Olympic League victory.

By Michael Dashiell • April 17, 2024 1:30 am

Recycling the Trashion Show

In the lead-up to Sequim’s second Trashion Show — a featured event in the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and…

By Michael Dashiell • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
Winners announced in 2024 Tidepools Magazine contest

Local creativity is once again in the spotlight as 2024 Tidepools Magazine contest winners in the categories of art, photography,…

By Sequim Gazette Staff • April 17, 2024 1:30 am

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Think About It: Care-bearers

I woke from a terrible nightmare — which some refer to as night terrors — early in the night. Events…

By Bertha Cooper • April 17, 2024 1:30 am
Schools In Focus: A spotlight on CTE and economic development

Last Wednesday evening, the Sequim School District hosted its biannual Career Technical Education (CTE) Workforce Development Task Force. This gathering…

By Regan Nickels For the Sequim Gazette • April 17, 2024 1:30 am