Sequim Gazette Staff

Washington economy adds jobs, unemployment low

Washington state’s economy added 6,100 jobs in December and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate came in at 4.5 percent, according to the Employment… Continue reading

Water, sewer main work set in downtown Sequim

Water, sewer main work set in downtown Sequim

The City of Sequim will resume its work replacing water and sewer mains in downtown Sequim on Monday, Feb. 5. The work on Washington Street… Continue reading

Water, sewer main work set in downtown Sequim

Earthquake puts Clallam County on alert

An estimated 7.9 earthquake struck in the Gulf of Alaska Tuesday morning, Jan. 23, put officials on the West Coast — including those in Clallam… Continue reading

‘Operation Valentine’ back to boost service men, women

‘Operation Valentine’ back to boost service men, women

Drennan & Ford Funeral Home and Crematory has started its eighth-annual “Operation Valentine” collection program. The project allows community members to create a handmade Valentine… Continue reading

‘Operation Valentine’ back to boost service men, women

‘Tea with a Purpose’ supports ministry for sex trafficking victims

Community members are coming together for “Tea with a Purpose” at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20 at Faith Baptist Church, 7652 Old Olympic Highway. Christine… Continue reading

Anglers group hosts salmon coalition guest speaker

The next monthly meeting of Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 100… Continue reading

Churches, community partners join forces for a ‘Night to Shine’

Churches, community partners join forces for a ‘Night to Shine’

For the second year Hillcrest Baptist Church and The Crossing Church, with their community partners Clallam Mosaic, Camp Beausite, and Wilderness Escapes, will join more… Continue reading

Churches, community partners join forces for a ‘Night to Shine’
Historical society brings out vintage fashions for fundraiser

Historical society brings out vintage fashions for fundraiser

The Clallam County Historical Society will present “Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive (or how the home front survived and improvised during WWII” at its annual fashion show/luncheon… Continue reading

Historical society brings out vintage fashions for fundraiser
Learn about blueberry pruning at first Green Thumb series session of 2018

Learn about blueberry pruning at first Green Thumb series session of 2018

Green thumbs can stand to get a little blue this winter. Veteran Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green will kick off the 2018 Clallam County WSU Master… Continue reading

Learn about blueberry pruning at first Green Thumb series session of 2018

PC Longhouse home to ‘Glimpses of a S’Klallam Village’ exhibit

The Peninsula College Longhouse Art Gallery will present “Glimpses of a S’Klallam Village at Washington Harbor” in the House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse through… Continue reading

Sequim chamber’s 2017 Citizen of Year event set; nominations sought

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts an annual “Citizen of the Year” luncheon each February to reveal which Sequim citizen has been awarded the… Continue reading

Sequim parks board vacancy opens

The Board of Commissioners of Clallam County Park & Recreation District No. 1 announced that it is accepting applications to fill a vacant position on… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice offers grief support groups

Volunteer Hospice offers grief support groups

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County has scheduled a series of six grief support groups for 2018 — three in Sequim, three in Port Angeles. The… Continue reading

Volunteer Hospice offers grief support groups
Women’s March set for Jan. 20 in Port Townsend

Women’s March set for Jan. 20 in Port Townsend

A host of state and local officials are slated to speak at the Women’s March set for Saturday, Jan. 20 in downtown Port Townsend. Last… Continue reading

Women’s March set for Jan. 20 in Port Townsend
Bowling: Wolves fall to Eagles, Trojans

Bowling: Wolves fall to Eagles, Trojans

After some early season success, Sequim’s bowling squad is on a mid-season slide. The Wolves dropped their sixth and seventh consecutive matches last week at… Continue reading

Bowling: Wolves fall to Eagles, Trojans

Clallam Mosaic seeks assistance with Olympia visit

Clallam Mosaic, a local nonprofit that works to enrich, encourage and empower people with developmental disabilities, seeks help to bring its voice to Olympia. Prompted… Continue reading

Kids Create Art series kicks off Jan. 20

Kids Create Art series kicks off Jan. 20

The popular Kids Create Art series at the Sequim Library continues Jan. 20. These introductory art workshops are held 10:30 a.m.-noon the third Saturday of… Continue reading

Kids Create Art series kicks off Jan. 20

Kilmer seeking veteran for fellowship in Washington, D.C.

Congressman Derek Kilmer (6th District) is seeking a wounded warrior or medically retired veteran for a fellowship position in his office in Washington, D.C. The… Continue reading

League hosts auditions for ‘Shattered Ceilings’

Auditions for a reading of “Shattered Ceilings” will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, and Thursday, Jan. 18. The play will be performed… Continue reading

Learn about landscaping with native plants at workshop

The Clallam Conservation District is offering a free workshop on landscaping with native plants, set for 2:30-4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, in the Lake Crescent… Continue reading