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UPDATED: Hearing Examiner to issue decision by Dec. 18 on MAT clinic

Olbrechts to consider options to add upon city, tribe conditions

 

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Burglaries reported at nail salon, health care businesses

More vandalism found at school properties

 

City council approves $33.5M budget for Sequim

Capital projects maintained for 2021

 

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Downtown tree ushers in Christmas season

A Christmas tradition started earlier than normal in Sequim thanks to COVID-19. Captain-Crystal Stout and a small team of physically-distanced elves helped light up the… Continue reading

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Rainbows and elk

Contributor Sara Maney spots this rainbow shining on one of Sequim’s iconic elk on Thursday, Nov. 19.… Continue reading

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Sequim councilors push ADUs, land use appeal talks to January

Potential changes address manufactured homes, hearings

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Sunshine Festival likely limited in second year

City considering fireworks on Fourth of July as alternative to drone show

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Agnew Fellowship offers Little Free Pantry, hopes to grow effort in Sequim area

“Take what you need; give what you can.” That’s the motto for the new Little Free Pantry in Agnew. It’s the first of what organizers… Continue reading

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City, garden club plant six birch trees for Arbor Day

With conditions ideal for planting, City of Sequim officials and staff along with community members continued the tradition of honoring Sequim’s Arbor Day by planting… Continue reading

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Decision on MAT hearing expected by Dec. 18

Update editor’s note: The hearing for the medication-assisted treatment (MAT) clinic closed on Tuesday, Nov. 24 after press time. A decision by the hearing examiner… Continue reading

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Lavender farm burglarized twice leaving owners without oils for new product

Fund looks to support family through loss

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Lawson family keeps Sequim in the Loop N Stitch

Sewing business moves to new storefront in Carlsborg

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Thanksgiving meal distribution helps 900 families

Organizers anticipate continued, growing need

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Crosswalk collision sends two sisters to hospital with one dying from injuries

Anderson remembered for love of God, family, gardening

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City’s $33.5M budget includes major paving projects

Pilot body cams project, new bridges in park part of proposed funds

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Toys for Sequim Kids continues this year on Dec. 9 at the Sequim Prairie Grange, with masks required for volunteers and families. Toy and donation sites are setup at several Sequim locations. Last year, the event provided 411 children from 140 families in the Sequim area. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Community Aid seeks donations for Toys for Kids program

Grange hosts holiday event Dec. 9 for Sequim families

Toys for Sequim Kids continues this year on Dec. 9 at the Sequim Prairie Grange, with masks required for volunteers and families. Toy and donation sites are setup at several Sequim locations. Last year, the event provided 411 children from 140 families in the Sequim area. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash
Magic moments like this between Dylan Krashan and Santa Claus in 2018 won’t happen this year at the downtown Sequim tree lighting event due to pandemic protocols coming into place. The tree lighting moves online to 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce’s website and social media pages. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Downtown tree lighting goes virtual

Hometown Holiday events continue to promote shopping local during pandemic

Magic moments like this between Dylan Krashan and Santa Claus in 2018 won’t happen this year at the downtown Sequim tree lighting event due to pandemic protocols coming into place. The tree lighting moves online to 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce’s website and social media pages. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

MAT hearing continues Wednesday

Decision on clinic expected in early December

Sara Brabant dresses as “Weird Al” Yankovic for Halloween saying “my hair was just right.” She reminds us all to have fun as we can in these weird times. Photo courtesy of Oak Table Cafe

Reporter’s Notebook: Weird, wild and thankfulness

“Well, that’s weird!” Bill said of the funny coincidence. “No, that’s just 2020!” Hazel replied. And for about a month-and-a-half, Bill, Hazel and all of… Continue reading

Sara Brabant dresses as “Weird Al” Yankovic for Halloween saying “my hair was just right.” She reminds us all to have fun as we can in these weird times. Photo courtesy of Oak Table Cafe

MAT clinic hearing to begin Nov. 16

Tribe objects to environmental review mandates