Sequim Gazette Staff

Sequim Civic Center hosts pieces of police history

The long arm of local law is in the spotlight this month. An exhibit of historic Sequim Police Department memorabilia is on display in the… Continue reading

Sequim schools, advocates look to the future

As the work of the Sequim School District’s Strategic Planning Committee continues, 47 participants collaborated in small groups during an April 13 session at the… Continue reading

Sports Briefs — May 17, 2017

Equestrians finish season strong at state The Sequim Equestrian Team saw five top-15 finishes at the Washington High School Equestrian Team state meet, held May… Continue reading

YOU DECIDE! Best of the Peninsula 2017 voting begins

It’s time to vote for Best of the Peninsula 2017 in our separate Clallam County and Jefferson County polling. For the sixth straight year, all… Continue reading

Second Irrigation Festival weekend packed with fun, events

Building on a 122-year-old tradition, the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Grand Finale Weekend will commence Thursday and continue through the weekend. Consistent with this year’s theme… Continue reading

Community news briefs — May 10, 2017

Get the lowdown on pests “Emerging Pests” will be presented by Master Gardener Bob Cain at noon, Thursday, May 11, at the county commissioners meeting… Continue reading

Enter storytelling contest; hear tales from NW, Canada

The North Olympic Peninsula’s first-ever International Story Slam is coming to Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 N. Sequim Ave., Sequim, on May 18, so now is… Continue reading

Girls golf: McMenamin, Shea go 1-2 at league final

Haven’t we been here before? Sequim’s Alex McMenamin carded a 5-over 77 to win the Olympic League 2A girls title at her home course —… Continue reading

It’s time to start your vegetable gardenCommunity garden walks offer guidance

Temperatures are slowly rising and most local soils have dried sufficiently to be worked. It’s time to start your vegetable garden! But, perhaps, you need… Continue reading

Local Lions travel to district conference in Canada

A contingent of Olympic Peninsula Lions attended the District I Conference, including nine Forks Lions, four from Clallam Bay Sekiu, five from Port Angeles (including… Continue reading

Marathon seeks set-up, take-down volunteers

The North Olympic Discovery Marathon takes place on June 4, starting at Seven Cedars Casino with the finish line at the City Pier, Port Angeles.… Continue reading

ONP volunteer earns national honor

Olympic National Park announces volunteer-in-park John L. Goar is the recipient of the national George and Helen Hartzog Award for Outstanding Individual Volunteer Service. Through… Continue reading

Peninsula College offers study abroad program to Russia

Ready for an adventure? Peninsula College is offering a study abroad program in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia, with graphic design professor Marina Shipova in… Continue reading

Digging for Dinner in Quilcene on May 13

The Jefferson Marine Resources Committee is sponsoring its annual Digging for Dinner event from 10:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at the WDFW Quilcene Bay… Continue reading

Woman, 71, found dead in SunLand home; Bainbridge Island man arrested following killing

A Bainbridge Island man has been arrested following the killing of a 71-year-old Sequim woman, according to the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office. Benjamin Bonner, 18,… Continue reading

Sequim Bay Yacht Club plans open house for Sunday

The Sequim Bay Yacht Club is hosting an open house for members and the public from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 7, at John Wayne… Continue reading

North Olympic Mustang Club sets cruise, show for May 6-7

Hear that rumble? That’s the 34th Annual North Olympic Mustang Show &Shine roaring onto the Olympic Peninsula, set for May 6-7. A cruise on May… Continue reading

Archaeologist to discuss Orkney Islands at North Olympic Sail and Power Squadron meeting

Orkney, an archipelago of some 70 islands off the north coast of Scotland, will be the subject of the May 8 dinner meeting of North… Continue reading

Baseball: Wolves edge Trojans, Bucs to improve playoff standings

Olympic League standings (as of April 30) Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 9-1 12-2 Port Angeles 8-2 10-5 Sequim 6-4 10-5 Olympic 6-6 9-9 Kingston… Continue reading

Earthquake studies are next topic of Sequim Science Café

Liz VanBoskirk, a field engineer studying tectonic events along the Cascadia and Juan de Fuca subduction zones, is the featured guest at the next Science… Continue reading