Sequim Gazette Staff

UPDATED: Tour De Dungeness on hold

The Tour De Dungeness, Sequim’s premier annual bicycle racing event, was expected to kick off the first of two weekends of bicycling this weekend, its… Continue reading

Citing safety, Sequim groups cancel meetings

A number of Sequim-area community groups have made changes to their meeting calendars, seeking to stem the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus have made… Continue reading

Community news briefs — March 11, 2020

Yacht club hosts guest speaker Perry Knudson, Armstrong Marine’s managing director, will speak to the Sequim Bay Yacht Club about the variety of boats built… Continue reading

Conservation district sets free soil, garden workshop

The Clallam Conservation District is partnering with Clallam Co-Op Farm and Garden to offer a free workshop to learn how soil fertility affects the growth… Continue reading

Garage burns, but firewall helps keep Sequim home intact

A firewall between a Sequim-area home and its garage helped keep the house mostly unharmed and a family safe on March 8. Fire District 3… Continue reading

Groups seeking comments, solutions for local issues

The community is invited to talk about local policy issues with the Ag and Rural Caucus, the Small Business Caucus and the Rural Committee of… Continue reading

Hospice group sets free ‘Fraud Prevention Consumer Protection’ workshop

Fraud prevention workshop Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County hosts a “Living Alone Now” workshop from 2-3:30 p.m., Thursday, March 19, at the VHOCC headquarters, 829… Continue reading

Imagined Reality Improv returns to OTA

Imagined Reality, whose varied performers from Bainbridge include a scientist, two lawyers, a classical musician, a human resources guru, a marketing expert and a teenage… Continue reading

Learn how to recycle correctly

Clallam County Waste Prevention Program staff will be on hand this week at two Port Angeles recycling centers to assist community members in understanding what… Continue reading

Milestone: Essay contest, conservation award winners honored at tea

Four students from grades 5-8 and a fisheries biologist were honored by the Michael Trebert Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) at… Continue reading

Milestone: March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

Clallam County Board of Commissioners announced on March 3 its participation and proclamation of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. The purpose of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month… Continue reading

Milestone: SMS’s Tiaga picked for Sequim Sunrise Rotary honor

Kylle Tiaga, pictured here with shown here with Sequim Middle School, principal Mark Harris, left, and Bret Keehn, Sequim Sunrise Rotary public relations representative, was… Continue reading

Panel to speak about protecting water at next series lecture

The League of Women Voters’ “The Story of Water” lecture series continues next week with “Storm Water and Water Quality: What is being done to… Continue reading

Police blotter — March 11, 2020

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. March 3… Continue reading

Learn about growing in greenhouses for sustenance, soul

UPDATE: — MD The Thursday, March 12 Master Gardener Green Thumb Garden Tips Lecture Series will only be available via live stream until COVID-19 public… Continue reading

Esports: PC Pirates to take on UConn

After months of taking on squads from four-year schools such as Texas Tech, North Carolina State and the University of Oregon, Peninsula College’s Esports team… Continue reading

Hear about ‘Supporting Science through Story’ at Science Café on March 10

Powell Jones, Director of the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park, presents “Supporting Science through Story” at the next at the next Sequim… Continue reading

‘Connections’ event seeks to provide resources, assistance to those in need

The 11th-annual Community Resource Connections — formerly known as Project Homeless Connect — looks to help peninsula residents dealing with housing issues or homelessness. The… Continue reading

Adventure awaits in 2020 Traveler’s Journal series

From the Columbia River to Costa Rica, from Ireland to Iceland, from Spain to Patagonia and beyond, the 2020 Traveler’s Journal takes vicarious world travelers… Continue reading

Backyard birding event set for Feb. 7

The next “Backyard Birding” class is “Birds: The Inside Story (Bird Anatomy and Biology),” held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 7, at the Dungeness… Continue reading