Sequim Gazette Staff

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Girls swimming: Sequim tops Klahowya, splits with NK/Kingston

Sequim’s Wolves hosted a double-dual meet on Sept. 23, earning a split with Kingston and North Kitsap. The Wolves (3-2) topped a shorthanded Kingston squad… Continue reading

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Harvest of Hope raises $163K for Sequim cancer center

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation raised a record $163,000 at its 19th annual Harvest of Hope hybrid event presented by the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance… Continue reading

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Help provide river restoration during Orca Recovery Week

The Clallam Conservation District is teaming up with several partners — including the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Quileute Tribe, Clallam County Environmental… Continue reading

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How our legislators voted

Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week (Sept. 17-23): HR 5293 — Department of Veterans Affairs Expiring Authorities… Continue reading

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Milestone: Sequim Wheelers get GIVE65 boost from Home Instead

Call it a story of neighbors helping neighbors. Home Instead of Clallam & Jefferson Counties picked the Sequim Wheelers Adaptive Bike Program in the annual… Continue reading

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Olympic Peninsula Authors seeking submissions for fifth anthology

Calling all writers! The Olympic Peninsula Authors (OPA) announced last week a call for submission of original prose and poetry. For the fifth consecutive year,… Continue reading

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PHOTO: BMX riders race to state placings

Riders from Lincoln Park BMX celebrate the end of the season after competing on the Washington State series throughout the summer and at the state… Continue reading

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Sequim home back on solar energy open house

The American Solar Energy Society, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, hosts its annual nationwide open house at hundreds of homes and businesses that have incorporated energy efficiency… Continue reading

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NOLT selects Jamestown tribe’s traditional foods, culture program for annual award

North Olympic Land Trust has awarded the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Traditional Foods & Culture Program its 23rd-annual nəxʷsƛ̕əy̕əkʷáʔnəŋ of the Year Award, the nonprofit organization… Continue reading

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Sequim Police see staffing changes

With one staffer retiring, another added and a third getting promoted, the Sequim Police Department saw a number of changes in recent weeks, the City… Continue reading

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‘Work to Learn’ garden party set for Saturday

Mary Crook will demonstrate how to make attractive flower arrangements during the “Work to Learn” party set for 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at the… Continue reading

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Event set to honor Vietnam War veterans, families

The Michael Trebert Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution in Port Angeles is working with Clallam County Veterans Association to host a Vietnam War Veteran… Continue reading

Girls swimming: Wolves splash Knights for first win

Sequim’s Wolves made themselves comfortable on the road in their first away meet in two years, routing host Bremerton 116-37 on Sept. 16. Mia Coffman,… Continue reading

Milestone: ARTjam! funds support Sequim Food Bank

Fine art furniture for food: “Birds of a Feather,” a restored chair decorated by several ARTjam! artists, helpd the group raise more than $780 during… Continue reading

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Olympic Medical Physicians adds pediatrician for Sequim, PA clinics

Dr. Joshua Frankland recently joined the team of providers at Olympic Medical Physicians Children’s Clinic, Olympic Medical Center officials announced last week. His focus is… Continue reading

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Olympic Theatre Arts’ ‘A Facility for Living’ cast, in rehearsal

Third time’s a charm? Katie Forgette’s comedy “A Facility for Living” has had a number of starts and stops, but looks to hit the Olympic… Continue reading

Organizers setting plans for Orca Recovery Day

Organizers of the annual Orca Recovery Day have volunteer opportunities and workshops for people interested in taking action for Puget Sound health in early October.… Continue reading

Clallam Conservation District plants available through Nov. 1

The Clallam Conservation District is accepting large quantity plant orders through their annual Native Plant Sale through Nov. 1. Bare-root tree and shrub seedlings are… Continue reading

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Learn how to harvest your own tree fruit

Learn how to enjoy excellent home-harvested tree fruit from your very own yard from Bruce Pape, who has been nurturing fruit trees for more than… Continue reading

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NOLS to host Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month events

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) is commemorating National Hispanic Heritage Month with two events: “Las Cuatro Culturas con Amigos de Seattle,” and “Empanadas Colombianas”… Continue reading