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Prior to the pandemic, North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders could be seen at the Clallam County Fair, the Dungeness River Festival and at their annual train show.

Train club seeks new space for peninsula railway model

History Center explores options for Lincoln School

Prior to the pandemic, North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders could be seen at the Clallam County Fair, the Dungeness River Festival and at their annual train show.
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Food distribution nearly doubles in 2020 for Sequim Food Bank

Leaders approaching 2021 quarter by quarter

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Kiwanis offer mini-educational grants

Group looks to support local children

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No dip in ‘sunshine’ for second festival

Sun Fun Color Run’s participant totals close to last year

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Sequim woman adopts family of dogs years apart

Eight days in Louisiana has led to nearly two decades of love between Sequim’s Hope Stime and a family of dogs. Stime, a retired hairdresser,… Continue reading

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Work to protect the marine environment continues in Sequim, just under a new name as the Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory. Here in November 2016, researchers George Bonheyo, left, and Robert Jeters with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory apply an aggregator during a demonstration in a freezer laboratory in Sequim to show how the product bunches oil together in icy conditions. Bonheyo, PNNL senior research scientist for the laboratory and a research professor of biotechnology for Washington State University – Pullman, said it acts like a wick so that it can burn the oil more efficiently than chemicals. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim science facility becomes Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory for broader approach

More than 100 active projects continue despite pandemic

Work to protect the marine environment continues in Sequim, just under a new name as the Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory. Here in November 2016, researchers George Bonheyo, left, and Robert Jeters with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory apply an aggregator during a demonstration in a freezer laboratory in Sequim to show how the product bunches oil together in icy conditions. Bonheyo, PNNL senior research scientist for the laboratory and a research professor of biotechnology for Washington State University – Pullman, said it acts like a wick so that it can burn the oil more efficiently than chemicals. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash
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Friends, neighbors keep mask tree going almost a year later

For 11 months, Danette Bemis and friends have been extending some peace of mind to Sequim residents one branch at a time. Since last April,… Continue reading

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Avamere receives five-star rating from Medicare

Ranking puts it in top 15 percent of skilled nursing facilities

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Hampton named Irrigation Festival queen in first virtual event

In the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s first virtual Royalty Scholarship pageant, an aspiring neurosurgeon was crowned queen. Judges selected Sequim High junior Hannah Hampton to lead… Continue reading

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Sequim woman sustain serious injuries in Mexico fall

Friends seek support to pay for medical care

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City to seek input on new redesign process of downtown corner

Artists to help with public engagement along with surveys

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Deschenes promoted to interim city manager

Contract gives council six months to consider her in to permanent position

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Pageant goes virtual for pandemic

Four compete for Irrigation Festival crown

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Local students made valentine’s cards for many residents in care facilities like Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation in Port Angeles. Photo courtesy of Kelsey Horst

Students make valentine’s cards for long-term care patients

Hundreds of students helped make Valentine’s Day a little sweeter for some local seniors. Sequim mother-of-two Kelsey Horst coordinated the idea of providing cards for… Continue reading

Local students made valentine’s cards for many residents in care facilities like Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation in Port Angeles. Photo courtesy of Kelsey Horst
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City council appoints 30-year-old community advocate

Sequim native Anderson looks to bring people together

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UPS Store closes again

Former owner says franchise sale not final yet

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Suspect arrested in restoration business theft

Expensive guitars recovered from nearby apartment complex

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Court ruling goes in favor of MAT clinic

Community groups, leaders call for unity

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Chamber’s open letter seeks government transparency to better support business

Director says hundreds of negative calls, emails lead to board’s action

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Six of nine candidates for the vacant Sequim city council seat participated in a forum hosted by the Sequim Good Governance League on Feb. 9. They included, from top left clockwise, Vicki Lowe, Daryl Scott Ness, Janine Bocciardi, Kathy Downer, Rachel Anderson and Lowell Rathbun. David Rich could not participate due to a family obligation, Cynthia Dinan was ill and Autumn Wolfgang could not be reached. Candidates will be interviewed in a special meeting by city councilors on Feb. 16.

City council candidates talk priorities, unity, race and more

Special meeting set for Feb. 16 to interview nine residents

Six of nine candidates for the vacant Sequim city council seat participated in a forum hosted by the Sequim Good Governance League on Feb. 9. They included, from top left clockwise, Vicki Lowe, Daryl Scott Ness, Janine Bocciardi, Kathy Downer, Rachel Anderson and Lowell Rathbun. David Rich could not participate due to a family obligation, Cynthia Dinan was ill and Autumn Wolfgang could not be reached. Candidates will be interviewed in a special meeting by city councilors on Feb. 16.