Sequim Gazette Staff

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OMC Foundation donates $55K for medical equipment

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation presented $55,000 to OMC at the hospital board commissioner’s meeting on March 3, with funds to purchase Biofire testing equipment… Continue reading

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Port Angeles Community Players offer up ‘Bad Auditions … On Camera’

After being shuttered for nearly a year, the Port Angeles Community Players are back — virtually — as they present “Bad Auditions … On Camera.”… Continue reading

SEF offering scholarships for high school seniors

The Sequim Education Foundation is offering 2021 Sequim High School graduating seniors a number of scholarship opportunities. Each scholarship is listed on WashBoard.org and sequimeducationfoundation.org,… Continue reading

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Sequim natives join staff at United Way of Clallam COunty

Two former Sequim residents are back on the Olympic peninsula taking positions with United Way of Clallam County, the organization announced last week. Alexi Nelson,… Continue reading

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VHOCC opens new nurse team manager role

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) announced last week the creation of a new leadership position to serve the growing need of the community. VHOCC… Continue reading

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Wolves cap season with time trial

Sequim’s Wolves look to finish their abridged 2021 season this week after capping their regular season slate of time trials on March 5. Sequim swimmers… Continue reading

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Sequim teachers, childcare staff now eligible for vaccines

Washington state teachers and childcare workers are now among those who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Gov. Jay Inslee announced the expansion of vaccination… Continue reading

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‘Climate Positive Landscape Design’ set

Pamela Conrad, landscape architect and founder of Climate Positive Design, will present “Climate Positive Landscape Design” at the next Green Thumb Garden Tips series event,… Continue reading

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Charcoal artist in spotlight at Harbor Art Gallery

Harbor Art Gallery is featuring charcoal artist Lance Snider for the months of March and April. Snider will be at the gallery to greet visitors… Continue reading

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City commisson seeks proposals for ‘Understory’ art

The City Arts Advisory Commission (CAAC) is seeking proposals from artists that engage with the community as part of the “Sequim Understory,” a “Creative Placemaking… Continue reading

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Clallam Mosaic sets film screening, Studium event on compassionate policing

Compassionate policing — a practice that teaches law enforcement to recognize the signs of a mental health crisis, de-escalate a situation, and connect individuals to… Continue reading

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Join NOLS’s book conversations online

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) hosts four virtual Book Discussion Group meetings monthly. All are welcome to participate; register at nols.org/book-discussion-groups to receive the… Continue reading

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OMC adds physician to Olympic Medical Physicians team

Olympic Medical Center has added Dr. John Miller to the Olympic Medical Physicians primary care team, OMC representatives said last week. Miller joins OMP after… Continue reading

Peninsula College sets ‘One-Minute Film Festival’

Filmmakers tell a wide swath of themes — each in sixty seconds — as Peninsula College film students present “The One Minute Film Festival” at… Continue reading

Radio forum to detail how to control joint, muscle, nerve pain

Dr. Loraine Lovejoy-Evans talks about “Controlling Joint, Muscle, and Nerve Pain” at the next free WOW! Working on Wellness Radio Forum, set for 2-3 p.m.… Continue reading

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Sequim Sunshine Festival kicks off Friday

Come rain or shine, the City of Sequim’s second Sequim Sunshine Festival is back, highlighted by a couple of events to keep locals moving. The… Continue reading

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Virtual Red, Set, Go! luncheon raises $94K

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon raised a record $94,000 on Feb. 26, exceeding last year’s record breaking total by $18,000.… Continue reading

Wolves post times in virtual meets

Without competitors this season, Sequim High’s girls swim squad looks to continue to improve on personal bests and move up the rankings in the Olympic… Continue reading

Wolves’ boys edge host Redhawks

Sequim’s boys picked up a win while the SHS girls and Port Townsend finished with identical scores in a multi-dual cross country meet in Port… Continue reading

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Exhibit, events explore creativity of Esther Barrows Webster

In time for Women’s History Month, the North Olympic History Center is teaming up with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center to explore the life… Continue reading

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