Sequim Gazette Staff

Peninsula College Foundation extends deadline for scholarship applications

The Peninsula College Foundation has extended its application deadline for dozens of scholarships — totaling more than $100,000 — for students attending Peninsula College in… Continue reading



Local gardeners invited to consider ‘To Till or Not to Till’

Ever thought of creating a vegetable garden that does not require tilling? Muriel Nesbitt, an educator who taught biology for 35 years at the University… Continue reading


Drug take-back set for April 24

Clallam County residents can take their potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs in Sequim or Port Angeles on Saturday, April 24 — the… Continue reading


Free author event to explore dealing with Alzheimer’s

Community members are invited to learn more from Bainbridge Island author Rosalys Peel at the North Olympic Library System’s next “Meet the Author” event set… Continue reading


Milestone: OMC honors Frymyer with leadership award

Respiratory therapy manager Tim Frymyer received the Olympic Medical Center Leadership Award for March at a recent department management meeting. OMC chief executive officer Darryl… Continue reading


OPAS speaker to present on puffins, pestrels

Associate professor Dr. Peter Hodum will offer his thoughts and research about species such as the tufted puffin, rhinoceros auklet, and leach’s and fork-tailed storm… Continue reading

Seminar to explore special education services

Clallam County Parent to Parent is hosting a free virtual “Special Education” seminar at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 15, on Zoom. Sharing information, services available,… Continue reading

Shipley Center resumes some in-person activities

The Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St., has resumed some in-person classes and activities in April. They include: Bingo (1 p.m. Fridays); watercolor painting (intermediate,… Continue reading

Sign up for Head Start programs

Head Start, Early Head Start and ECEAP are recruiting eligible children and families for the 2021-2022 school year in Sequim, Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Forks,… Continue reading

County health announces downgrade to recreational shellfish harvesting

Discovery Bay is closed to all species for recreational shellfish harvesting, county officials said on April 8. The Clallam County Department of Health and Human… Continue reading


Clallam, Jefferson county volunteers honored for service

AmeriCorps Seniors Clallam/Jefferson Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) honored dozens of community members representing thousands of hours of service at a volunteer appreciation event… Continue reading


NOLS warns of email scam

The North Olympic Library System is warning patrons of a possible scam. NOLS representatives last week said a number of local residents have received emails… Continue reading


Free virtual gardening class set for peninsula newcomers

Master Gardener Margery Whites will teach a class for newcomers to the North Olympic Peninsula about gardening success in this area, from 10:30 a.m.-noon on… Continue reading


Olympic Medicl Center adds certified physician assistant to orthopedic staff

Olympic Medical Center added certified physician assistant Annie Mullin to its orthopedic team, OMC representatives noted last week. Mullin joins Olympic Medical Physicians after practicing… Continue reading


NOLS hosts book talks this month

Take part in a book club without leaving the house! The North Olympic Library System hosts four virtual book discussion group meetings monthly. Registration through… Continue reading


Baseball: Young SHS squad falls to CK, Bainbridge

Sequim’s varsity baseball squad dropped a pair of league games to Kitsap foes last week. The Wolves dropped a 12-3 decision to Central Kitsap on… Continue reading


Clallam’s newest deputies graduate from Basic Law Enforcement Academy

After helping lead their class at the Washington state Basic Law Enforcement Academy, two recent academy graduates are headed back to serve on the Olympic… Continue reading


Free radio forum helps prepare for making medical decisions

Nurse Sandra L. Ulf of Olympic Medical Center presents “Who will speak for you when you can not?”, a free WOW! Working on Wellness radio… Continue reading

Girls tennis: Sequim sweeps Kitsap schools

Sequim got a bit of a challenge from a familiar Olympic League foe, but the Wolves’ deep lineup had enough to come away with a… Continue reading


NOLS revives ‘Aging Mastery’ program

Back by popular demand, the North Olympic Library System invites older adults to take part in the National Council on Aging’s Aging Mastery Program. Weekly… Continue reading