Sequim Gazette Staff

Milestone: Kilmer receives U.S. Navy Distinguished Public Service Award

U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA) has been awarded the U.S. Navy’s Distinguished Public Service Award, the highest honor a civilian not employed by the Navy… Continue reading

Milestone: Sequim guild grants scholarship to Port Angeles’ Duce

The Sequim Dungeness Hospital Guild recently granted Sarah Duce of Port Angeles a $1,500 Schoenberg Scholarship. She will be working toward receiving her degree in… Continue reading

News: City to hold ‘Raingardens’ open house

Join staff from the City of Sequim Public Works and Community Development Departments from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, for a “Raingardens and More”… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System collects, airs area veterans’ stories

This fall, North Olympic Library System staff collected more than a dozen audio interviews from area veterans as part of its ongoing oral history program,… Continue reading

OMCC hosts cancer support groups

The Olympic Medical Cancer Center, 844 N. Fifth Ave., hosts a number of cancer support groups in November. Call Patient Navigator assistant Elizabeth Thomas at… Continue reading

OTA announces second-annual ‘O’Tannenbaum Auction’ festivities

Olympic Theatre Arts will host its second annual O’Tannenbaum Auction fundraising event to be held over three days, Nov. 17-19. Proceeds from all events will… Continue reading

Sports briefs: Volleyball league starting, Sequim Picklers name winners, hole-in-one for Dryfhout

Picklers reach fall league championships The Sequim Picklers Fall League concluded recently with four division champions being awarded titles. • Level 4.0 champions — Steve… Continue reading

St. Luke’s holiday bazaar in Sequim returns for 60th year

This November, the St. Luke’s Holiday Bazaar will celebrate its 60th anniversary of providing holiday treasures to the Olympic Peninsula. Back in 1956 when the… Continue reading

Sunland golf group recaps successful season

Despite rain that nixed their tournament, members of the Sunland Women’s Golf Association held their annual fall general meeting on Oct. 20 and reviewed what… Continue reading

Veterans Day events, offers set

Lend flags for veterans ceremony The Clallam County Veterans Association is sponsoring the 2016 Veterans Day ceremony at Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port… Continue reading

Bountiful brown is theme for Sequim First Friday Art Walk

First Friday Art Walk Sequim Nov. 4, 5-8 p.m. Various Venues in Sequim The color theme for the Nov. 4 First Friday Art Walk… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor — Sequim Gazette, Nov. 2, 2016

A vote for Neupert My vote for Superior Court Judge, Position 2, is for Dave Neupert because he will not shy away from shaking up… Continue reading

Women’s soccer: Peninsula caps perfect conference record with wins

North Division standings (final) Team Conf. Over. Peninsula 15-0-0 16-1-1 Everett 9-6-0 11-7-0 Shoreline 6-4-5 8-4-5 Whatcom 5-7-3 6-8-4 Edmonds 3-10-2 3-12-2 Sk. Valley 1-12-2… Continue reading

Clallam County elections department extends hours

Clallam County Elections is operating on extended hours early next week to assist voters and issue replacement ballots for the 2016 General Election. The Elections… Continue reading

College soccer: PC squads gear up for NWAC Saturday playoff showdowns

The stage is set for Saturday’s Northwest Athletic Conference quarterfinal soccer playoffs at Peninsula College, where the nationally-ranked soccer powerhouse Pirates will host Walla Walla… Continue reading

Sequim Gazette picks up 22 awards in 2016 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association BNC contest

The Sequim Gazette earned 22 individual awards in the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s 2016 Better Newspaper Contest. Reporter Matthew Nash, special sections editor Patricia Morrison… Continue reading

‘Being a Birder’ is next in Backyard Birding series, set for Nov. 12 in Sequim

Denny Van Horn is the speaker at “Being a Birder,” the second in the series of 10 classes of the Backyard Birding series, set for… Continue reading

Arts and Entertainment Briefs: Artist presents at ‘Studium’; Jamestown craft fair; ‘Hunger Games’ and more

Artist presents at Peninsula College’s ‘Studium’ Poet/photographer Keith Moul gives a multi-media presentation at Peninsula College as part of Studium Generale and the Foothills Writers… Continue reading

Auditions set for ‘A Twelfth Night Revelry’ at Olympic Theatre Arts

Auditions for Olympic Theatre Arts’ staged reading of William Shakespeare’s “A Twelfth Night” are set for 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 5, and 6-8 p.m.… Continue reading

Business Briefs: Fuller joins Peninsula Awards, Estes Builders appoints Fetch as Custom Home Advisor

Fuller joins Peninsula Awards Peninsula Awards, at 422 E. Washington St., welcomes goldsmith Dan Fuller. Fuller owns and operates Just Fix It micro welding. Services… Continue reading