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Inaugural Rise Up festival plays at Sequim Airport Saturday

Free outdoor show features rap and hip-hop artists

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President Ted Lund, on left, and treasurer Philomena Lund of the Kiwanis of Sequim-Dungeness, on right, present Nicole Goettling, owner-director of Bibity Bobity, a check for $275 to help install a shaded area outside for learning and play as part of a Kiwanis “mini-grant” program. Submitted photo

Kiwanis’ ‘mini-grants’ help Sequim area children

Mini-grants from the Kiwanis of Sequim-Dungeness recently went out to several local groups and businesses to help make children’s lives better in the Sequim area.… Continue reading

President Ted Lund, on left, and treasurer Philomena Lund of the Kiwanis of Sequim-Dungeness, on right, present Nicole Goettling, owner-director of Bibity Bobity, a check for $275 to help install a shaded area outside for learning and play as part of a Kiwanis “mini-grant” program. Submitted photo
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Sequim’s median house price reaches all-time high

Available housing lowest since 2003

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Simdars Road project remains on hold for state funds

Project included in two halted transportation funding packages

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‘Medusa’ the wisteria goes full bloom along Old Olympic Highway

Now and for the next few weeks is the prime time to look at Medusa, says LeeAnn Nolan. That’s the nickname she and her husband… Continue reading

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Captain Derrell Sharp with Clallam County Fire District 3. Submitted photo

Fire District 3 works with excess 9-1-1 caller

Emergency call load up from 202o so far

Captain Derrell Sharp with Clallam County Fire District 3. Submitted photo
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JCPenney to close in Sequim on Sunday

Retailer spent 101 years on peninsula

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Chuck rock takes rare trip to Sequim

Yellow-bellied marmot spotted for third time in Western Washington

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Clallam’s flood insurance maps being updated by FEMA

The City of Sequim and Clallam County offer Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) updates with two informational workshops. • Clallam… Continue reading

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royalty for 2021 (from left, princess Sydney VanProyen, queen Hannah Hampton, and princesses Allie Gale and Zoee Kuperus) will travel through Sequim on May 8 for the Grand Parade/Procession at 5 p.m. View it online or in-person, with the route to be revealed online at irrigationfestival.com on May 7. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Irrigation Festival hosts in-person, virtual events Saturday

Streak continues for most consecutive event in 126th year

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royalty for 2021 (from left, princess Sydney VanProyen, queen Hannah Hampton, and princesses Allie Gale and Zoee Kuperus) will travel through Sequim on May 8 for the Grand Parade/Procession at 5 p.m. View it online or in-person, with the route to be revealed online at irrigationfestival.com on May 7. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell
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Missing ‘Pumpkin’ reunited with owners after 8 months

Diligent Sequim residents help with cat hunt

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Sequim author takes ‘Lavender’ worldwide

Book approaches plant with wellness approach

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Colin Baenziger of Colin Baenziger Associates out of Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. speaks with Sequim city councilors on Friday, April 30 in a virtual meeting about his process for helping the city choose its next city manager. Tentatively candidates could be selected by August for interviews. Photo: Screen capture

Sequim chooses city manager search firm

Agency helped bring former leader Bush to area

Colin Baenziger of Colin Baenziger Associates out of Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. speaks with Sequim city councilors on Friday, April 30 in a virtual meeting about his process for helping the city choose its next city manager. Tentatively candidates could be selected by August for interviews. Photo: Screen capture
City staff look to pave a portion of Washington Street from the Ninth Avenue roundabout to the River Round roundabout this September using a federal grant. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

City plans to pave portion of main thoroughfare

West Washington Street scheduled for September overlay

City staff look to pave a portion of Washington Street from the Ninth Avenue roundabout to the River Round roundabout this September using a federal grant. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
“Silent Moment” is one of the photo stories Sequim artist and educator Marina Shipova has created through her work. She was chosen as the Art Fellow for the City of Sequim’s “Sequim Understory” project to help convey Sequim’s story to residents. It coincides with a potential project at the northeast corner of the Sequim Avenue/Washington Street intersection. Photo courtesy of Marina Shipova

City surveys go live for downtown corner input

Artist chosen to share photo stories about Sequim

“Silent Moment” is one of the photo stories Sequim artist and educator Marina Shipova has created through her work. She was chosen as the Art Fellow for the City of Sequim’s “Sequim Understory” project to help convey Sequim’s story to residents. It coincides with a potential project at the northeast corner of the Sequim Avenue/Washington Street intersection. Photo courtesy of Marina Shipova
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Reporter’s Notebook: First time for everything

On a recent excursion around town for the Sequim Sunshine Festival, my boys and I met Megan Sias, a server at Sunshine Café, during a… Continue reading

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Sequim author’s Wysteria fantasy series takes on multi-genres

Willows looks to inspire, encourage positivity

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Sequim’s Fourth of July fireworks show still slated

Council considers options for old admin building

Gardeners Bob Caldwell and Sue Scott work together on April 17 to build one of the walls of a raised bed in the Fir Street Community Garden. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Community Garden adds raised beds

For people of all ages and abilities, organizers of the Fir Street Community Garden of Sequim added some new raised beds. Last Saturday, gardeners with… Continue reading

Gardeners Bob Caldwell and Sue Scott work together on April 17 to build one of the walls of a raised bed in the Fir Street Community Garden. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
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Creamery owners talk rebranding effort, recalls

New self-contained manure pond to finish this month

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