Sequim Gazette Staff

Free pasture renovation workshop set

The Clallam Conservation District is partnering with Coastal Farm and Ranch to offer a free pasture renovation workshop from 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, at… Continue reading

IRS scam hits Sequim

On Aug. 24, an area resident reported a phone fraud to the Sequim Police Department, an apparent scam with callers attempting to get money while… Continue reading

Last garden walk of the season: Sept. 9

Home gardeners can get timely advice about vegetable and berry gardening from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, during a tour of the Fifth Street Community… Continue reading

Master Gardeners hosting Garden Festival

WSU Clallam County Master Gardeners are inviting the community to their demonstration garden on Saturday, Sept. 9, for a garden festival. The event will be… Continue reading

NOLT to honor WSU Extension with Farmer of the Year award

18th annual 100-Mile Friends of the Fields Harvest Dinner When: 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17 Where: Sunland Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim Cost: $150… Continue reading

Police Blotter — Sept. 6, 2017

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. Aug. 28… Continue reading

Sign up for Shipley bus to festival

Sequim’s Shipley Center will be offering a bus ride to and from Port Townsend’s world renowned Wooden Boat Festival this coming weekend. Tickets are available… Continue reading

Weather — Sept. 6, 2017

Weather Date High Low Aug. 29 76 57 Aug. 30 74 59 Aug. 31 73 56 Sept. 1 75 50 Sept. 2 83 58 Sept.… Continue reading

WOW! forum focuses on peace of mind during estate planning

Attorney Michael Hatch presents a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum entitled, “Elder Law: Simple Steps Towards Peace of Mind,” starting at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading

Genealogical society meeting explores using tax records for family research

Used for more than just audits and references, tax records can help uncover one’s past. The Genealogical Society of Clallam County hosts Jessie Stuart at… Continue reading

Juried fiber arts exhibition slated for October; entry deadlines in September

Organizers of the 12th Annual North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival are calling for artists to enter “Threads Count – Textiles, Technology &Tales,” a juried fiber… Continue reading

City of Sequim seeks to fill arts commission

The City of Sequim is seeking applicants to serve the remainder of two four-year terms on the city’s Arts Commission. There is a vacancy for… Continue reading

DUI patrols in force Labor Day weekend

Each summer in Washington, an average of 149 people die in traffic crashes. That is the deadliest season of the year on the state’s roads.… Continue reading

‘Drive for the Cure’ tourney set for Sept. 16

Sunland Golf and Country Club is hosting its annual “Drive for the Cure” golf tournament and luncheon on Saturday, Sept. 16. Funds raised from the… Continue reading

Business briefs — Aug. 30, 2017

Rotsten joins Estes Builders Jon Rotsten has joined Estes Builders as construction quality manager. He has worked in construction since the late 1990s, with a… Continue reading

College soccer: PC women sweep, men split at Starfire matches

If Peninsula’s women wanted an early-season test or two, they certainly got it. The Pirates won a pair of matches against 2016 division champions last… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — Aug. 30, 201

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Lady Niners, Low Net, Aug. 17 First Division — 1. (tie) Beth Corliss and Sue Mobley, 32; 3. Cherste… Continue reading

Milestone — Land Trust accreditation renewed

Building on 27 years of land conservation and stewardship across the North Olympic Peninsula — equating to more than 3,300 conserved acres for farms, fish… Continue reading

Olympic Medical welcomes new therapists

Physical therapist Doris Tate and occupational therapist Katie Irvin recently joined Olympic Medical Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. Tate completed her bachelor’s degree with honors at… Continue reading

Record low unemployment continues in Washington

Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate clocked in at 4.5 percent for the third consecutive month in July, according to the state Employment Security Department. “The… Continue reading