Sequim Gazette Staff

Olmypic Theatre Arts hosting general auditions for upcoming play season

Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim has announced its upcoming 2017–2018 season of live theater and is now inviting all interested actors to participate in general… Continue reading

OMC Cancer Center expansion gets $14K boost

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation announced a donation of $14,000 for the expansion of the OMC Cancer Center, and recognized the top sales people for… Continue reading

Peninsula College announces Sequim graduates

Peninsula College will observe its 55th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, June 17, and will award more than 400 degrees and certificates to graduates. Commencement exercises… Continue reading

Sequim man dies in single-car wreck

A Sequim resident has died after his vehicle went over an embankment Monday on Lost Mountain Road, according to the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office. The… Continue reading

Sequim man gets 7-year sentence for firearm assaults

Keith Roberson of Sequim was sentenced on June 6 to 84 months plus one day in prison for two counts of assault in the second… Continue reading

Sports Briefs — June 14, 2017

Anniversary tourney set at SkyRidge Golf Course In celebration of its 14th year of operations, SkyRidge Golf Course hosts its “SkyRidge Anniversary” Golf Tournament, with… Continue reading

State shellfish managers set Puget Sound crab seasons

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife on June 9 announced summer crab-fishing seasons for areas of Puget Sound, starting June 16 with an opening… Continue reading

Sukert calls it a career after 37 years with Clallam County Sheriff’s Office

The Board of Clallam County Commissioners honored Clallam County Jail Superintendent Ron Sukert for his 37 years of service with the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office… Continue reading

Variety of landscapes featured on home 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

‘Delta Wedding’ reviewed at library

“Delta Wedding” by Eudora Welty will be discussed at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 10, at the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave. All are welcome… Continue reading

Business briefs — June 7, 2017

First Federal welcomes new hires First Federal recently has hired Patrick Banasky as vice president, finance and budget analyst; Denise Ocana, as bank security officer;… Continue reading

Community News Briefs — June 7, 2017

Hood Canal Bridge night closures rescheduled State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge night closures scheduled between 12:01-4 a.m. Friday-Saturday, June 2-3, and Monday, June 5,… Continue reading

Community scoreboard — June 7, 2017

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Lady Niners, May 25, ‘303’ First division — 1. Pat Conway, 23.5; 2. Cherste Nilde, 27; 3. (tie) Chris… Continue reading

Free passes offered to family hike group Adventure Club for low-income families

Every Thursday at the Dungeness River Audubon Center at 10 a.m., a group of children and their families gather. Sometimes there is a small group… Continue reading

Get timely vegetable gardening advice on June 10

Is it too late to plant tomatoes? What is making those holes in the leaves of your broccoli plant? What is the easiest way to… Continue reading

PC grads continue basketball careers

Six more Peninsula College sophomores have signed to play at the next level, including Alicia Dugan, Jenise Mc-Knight, Anaya Rodisha and Tai Thomas from the… Continue reading

Police blotter — June 7, 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. May 30… Continue reading

Sequim golf tourney nets more than $4K for hospice group

The Cedars at Dungeness’ Lady Niners golf group saw teams battle for top honors, but the big winner in their recent tournament was Volunteer Hospice… Continue reading

Sequim High School hosts semi-annual Grim Reaper program

Last week Sequim High School hosted the semi-annual Grim Reaper program, an effort to remind teens of the dangers of drinking and driving through on-campus… Continue reading

Sports briefs — June 7, 2017

‘Shred Tour’ comes to skate park What has been dubbed the largest inline skate event in the Pacific Northwest, The Northwest Shred Tour comes to… Continue reading