Sequim Gazette Staff

Sequim chamber seeking Citizen of Year nominations

Nominations for the Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 Citizen of the Year are now open. Deadline for applications is Friday, Feb. 16. Nomination forms and… Continue reading



Sequim students named to Peninsula College’s President’s List, Honor Roll

Peninsula College recently shared names of students who qualified for the school’s Fall Quarter 2021 President’s List and Honor Roll. Students named to the President’s… Continue reading


Bowling: Wolves rack up six wins, eye postseason

With a number of matches cancelled thanks to wintry weather, Sequim High’s bowling team ended on a high with a win over Bremerton on Jan.… Continue reading


Commissioner’s move leaves vacancy on parks board

With the out-of-state move of one of its commissioners, the Clallam County Park & Recreation District No. 1 has a vacancy. Commissioner Chuck Nagel moved… Continue reading

Hood Canal Bridge closures rescheduled for Jan. 25-28

Crews have rescheduled total night closures of the State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge to Jan. 25-28. The work was rescheduled from earlier this month… Continue reading


Imagined Reality improv returns to OTA Saturday

About the only thing local stage managers can prepare for with this group is a popular draw. Olympic Theater Arts Center saw overflowing crowds the… Continue reading


Next Green Thumbs virtual event considers ‘Renovation of an Aging Garden’

Over time, an orderly garden o can become a wild crowd of trees and shrubs, especially if it had been over-planted or became overgrown due… Continue reading


Port Angeles man injured in collision with Sequim driver

A Port Angeles man was injured in a collision with a Sequim driver near Morse Creek on Jan. 13 in Port Angeles. According to a… Continue reading

Restaurant Romp deadline nears

The deadline for restaurants to participate in the Restaurant Romp is Monday, Jan. 31. Sequim Sunshine Festival planning committee members are looking for Sequim restaurants… Continue reading

Washington State Parks meeting set for Jan. 26-27 in Port Townsend

Advocates for the future of Miller Peninsula State Park are encouraging residents to attend the next Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, set for… Continue reading

Clallam County seeks volunteers for boards, committees

Clallam County is seeking volunteers to fill 102 vacancies on 21 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the close of business Friday,… Continue reading

2022 Battle of the Books set

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) is hosting the 2022 Battle of the Books, a collaborative project between libraries and schools and homeschool students in… Continue reading

Bull trout in spotlight at OPAS January meeting

The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society will host its January meeting virtually at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, with “Snorkeling the Dungeness: A Riverscape Survey of… Continue reading

Callam Conservation District’s plant sale ends Jan. 23

The Clallam Conservation District is accepting orders for its annual Native Plant Sale through Sunday, Jan. 23. The bare-root tree and shrub seedlings are sold… Continue reading


Gymnastics: Peninsula team takes second at Sehome invite

Peninsula gymnasts posted a strong showing at the Sehome Invitational on Jan. 8, earning second place in the five-team meet with a team featuring five… Continue reading


Milestone: Sequim Soroptimists select Shingleton for Girl of Month honor

Aidyn Shingleton is Soroptimist International of Sequim’s February Girl of the Month. Shingleton is an active volunteer in the community working to support animal welfare… Continue reading


NOLS forming Teen Advisory Board

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) is forming a new Teen Advisory Board. Members of the board will gain leadership skills while collaborating with library… Continue reading

Olympic National Park’s ‘Perspectives’ series held via Zoom

Olympic National Park’s Perspectives Winter Speaker Series will be hosted by the North Olympic Library System (NOLS) via Zoom for the 2022 season. The free… Continue reading


Fishing groups’ donation supports wildlife law enforcement teams

Thanks to a collaboration of Washington state fishing advocates, local wildlife law enforcement have more tools to help patrol the Olympic Peninsula’s rivers and coastlines.… Continue reading


Late start for Sequim schools on Friday

With the projected icy road report for tomorrow morning and out of what school district officials call “an overabundance of caution,” Sequim schools will be… Continue reading