Sequim Gazette Staff

Port Angeles sets Fourth of July fun

The Port Angeles Downtown Fourth of July event is set for 11 a.m.-11 p.m., with events for the whole family. From noon-11 p.m. on the… Continue reading

Sports Briefs — June 28, 2017

SkyRidge hosts Stars, Stripes tourney SkyRidge Golf Course hosts its Stars and Stripes Golf Tournament beginning with a 9 a.m. shotgun start on Saturday, July… Continue reading

State, Safeway Complete Eats program helps community eat healthier

The Department of Health and Safeway last week kicked off Complete Eats, a program that makes fruits and vegetables more affordable for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance… Continue reading

Third/final clue revelead in Port Townsend Film Fest contest

The Port Townsend Film Festival’s “Guess the Guest” contest continues with the third and final clue. The first clue was published June 18, the second… Continue reading

Voter deadlines approaching for primary

Several voter registration deadlines are quickly approaching for area residents looking to cast a ballot in the primary on Aug. 1. Clallam County residents have… Continue reading

CCSO: Follow fireworks safety rules

The Fourth of July is quickly approaching and Sheriff Bill Benedict would like to remind citizens about fireworks and their use. Legal fireworks in Washington… Continue reading

Stroll through petals along pleasant pathways during garden tour

The Petals and Pathways Home Garden Tour, sponsored by the Master Gardener Foundation of Clallam County, will highlight a variety of garden styles at seven… Continue reading

Business Briefs — June 21, 2017

MV Coho adds more sailings for summer Black Ball Ferry Line began its summer schedule June 15, increasing to four round-trip sailings on the M.V.… Continue reading

College sports: Pirates picked for postseason honors

These Pirates were not quite through plundering. Peninsula College athletes Alicia Dugan, Alex Baham, Bailie Zuber, Jose Soto, Yamilei Rodriguez and Akari Hoshino were honored… Continue reading

Community News Briefs — June 21, 2017

Sequim schools host final strategic plan meeting The Sequim School District is hosting the last in a seven-part meeting working toward a six-year Strategic Plan… Continue reading

County, partners set pollution project open house

Clallam County Environmental Health and project partners Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, the Clallam Conservation District and Streamkeepers of Clallam County will hold an open house regarding… Continue reading

Fourth Friday event features readings organizers

The Fourth Friday Readings will feature two of its organizers, Heidi Hansen and Linda B. Myers, at 6:30 p.m. June 23 at at The Lodge… Continue reading

Learn how to photograph your artwork

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association will present a program and demonstration by Pam Dick (pictured, at left) on Thursday June 22, in in the Parish… Continue reading

Milestone: Sequim residents earn WGU Washington degrees

Six Sequim students recently earned degrees from Western Governors University-Washington following the school’s sixth commencement ceremony on May 6. At the ceremony, the online, nonprofit… Continue reading

OTA announces new season of live theater

Olympic Theatre Arts, Sequim, officially unveiled its 2017-2018 theater season at a special event held for members and season ticket subscribers on June 11. Season… Continue reading

Owens estate donates to United Way

United Way of Clallam County announces the acceptance of a donation from the estate of Margaret “Peggy” Owens. This generous gift has been placed in… Continue reading

Sequim Kiwanis club is rechartered

On April 9, more than 50 Kiwanians from the surrounding area joined Kiwanians in Sequim to celebrate the recharter of the Kiwanis of Sequim-Dungeness Club.… Continue reading

Sports briefs: Beuke gets All-American honr; Hanley sinks ace; ‘Bob Cup’ golf tourney seeking sponsors

Beuke gets All-American nod The University Washington women’s rowing team’s postseason success continued last week as four Huskies earned Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association first-team All-American… Continue reading

Washington reaches new record for unemployment

Washington state’s unemployment rate dropped from 4.6 to 4.5 percent in May, establishing a new record low for unemployment, according to the state Employment Security… Continue reading

WSP to target ‘left lane campers’

The Washington State Patrol has received numerous requests to address left lane “campers” in the state. In response to the requests, the WSP will be… Continue reading