Erin Hawkins

Greywolf Elementary portable offers new classroom space

Greywolf Elementary School teacher Aaron Reno has returned to his old classroom space after teaching his two fifth-grade math classes out of the school’s library… Continue reading


Sequim school secretaries, unrepresented employees get new contracts

After about eight months of negotiations, Sequim School District secretaries have a new salary schedule. School board directors approved the schedule for Sequim’s Public School… Continue reading


Sequim’s Nourish featured on King5’s New Day Northwest

Tanya Rose, co-owner and chef of Nourish, dished up a cooking demonstration on King5’s New Day Northwest daytime program on President’s Day. Rose said the… Continue reading


Arco gas station concerns persist for school reps

Greywolf Elementary School parents and staff continue to express concerns for an Arco fueling station and an ampm convenient store slated to be complete tentatively… Continue reading

How Fryer healed from mental illness

‘Mission Improbable: How I Healed Bipolar Disorder Without Drugs’ By Deborah Fryer Pocket paperback for $12.95 (plus tax) Order through Deborah Fryer at missionimpeccablebiographies@gmail or… Continue reading

Northwest Fitness focuses on pain management, movement

Northwest Fitness LLC Location: 720 E. Washington St., unit 108 Business hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Saturday, by appointment only Contact: 360-477-8553, Website: Kevin… Continue reading

Sequim residents join national border wall protest

More than 100 Sequim residents rallied against President Donald Trump’s Feb. 15 decision to declare a national emergency on the U.S.-Mexico border that would give… Continue reading

Annual Barn Dance set for March

11th-annual Beat the Blues Barn Dance Hosted by Five Acre School When: 2-5 p.m. Saturday, March 2 Where: Big Barn Farm, 702 Kitchen Dick Road… Continue reading

Carlsborg gas station draws concern from school board

Sequim School District’s board of directors are looking at potential impacts of the new ARCO gas station being built on Carlsborg Road in close proximity… Continue reading

Peninsula women help homeless during winter storm

While a winter storm whipped through Clallam County and Western Washington, two local women were determined to help individuals out in the cold. Shenna Younger… Continue reading

The Big Elk serves up a big menu

The Big Elk restaurant Traditional American comfort food Hours: 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Sunday Location: 707 E. Washington St. View the menu at “The Big Elk”… Continue reading

The Big Elk Open for Business

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UPDATE: Women Veterans Conference set for Friday is postponed

The Women Veterans Conference and Luncheon scheduled for Friday, Feb. 10, has been delayed because of the weather. “The conference, Feb. 8th, has been delayed… Continue reading

Hunter Davidson of Scout Troop 1498 built new pig pens for local Future Farmers of America students for his Eagle Scout project. Submitted photo

A solid year for Boy Scouts

Sequim’s Scouts BSA Boys Troop 1498 had a successful year with their scouts, and look to the new year with a change in leadership. Corey… Continue reading

Hunter Davidson of Scout Troop 1498 built new pig pens for local Future Farmers of America students for his Eagle Scout project. Submitted photo

Sequim student invited to law program at Stanford

Sequim High School sophomore Olivia Preston is one step closer to her dream of becoming a lawyer. Preston, 16, received an invitation at the end… Continue reading

Sequim’s Troop 1498 welcomes girls

As of Feb. 1, Boy Scouts of America is officially allowing girl troops into its scouting program. The Boy Scouts program, now known as Scouts… Continue reading

Award-winning ‘Death of a Salesman’ hits the stage at Olympic Theatre Arts

‘Death of a Salesman’ Presented by Olympic Theatre Arts Showtimes: 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays; 2 p.m. on Sundays, Feb. 8-24 Where: Caldwell… Continue reading

School Board maintains superintendent contract

Sequim School District board of directors voted to maintain superintendent Gary Neal’s contract while capital projects continue to move along. At the Jan. 22 board… Continue reading

Support pours in for Morse Creek improvements

The Bedinger family continues to seek support from state legislators, local businesses and communities in Clallam County to get barriers installed on US Highway 101… Continue reading

Tedesco’s expands business within first year

By Erin Hawkins Sequim Gazette… Continue reading