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Community news briefs — Dec. 11, 2019

Water story continues The Story of Water lecture series continues tonight: Hansi Hals, Director of Natural Resources with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, presents “Tribal Treaty… Continue reading

  • Dec 11, 2019

 

Jamestown Tribe reveals MAT clinic plans

Leaders say proposal to be before City of Sequim in one month

 

Larger Strait Shot buses in works

Federal grant gives Clallam Transit $1.6 million

 

Peninsula College establishes Jamye Wisecup fund, scholarship opportunities

To honor the memory of a fixture in local and regional emergency preparedness efforts, Peninsula College is establishing a new fund and scholarships for those… Continue reading

Petition reveals 2,600 people opposed to MAT clinic

Application tentatively going to city in January

Police blotter — Dec. 11, 2019

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

  • Dec 11, 2019

Santa’s Fire Brigade stocks up for local causes

Santa and his helpers with Clallam County Fire District 3 made the rounds for good causes last week. It was the 10th year Santa’s Toy… Continue reading

Sequim High School career & technical education director Steve Mahitka, left, and Sequim School District interim superintendent Rob Clark, right, address the audience during a question and answer segment of the SHS CTE forum on Dec. 3 to introduce the Skillmation program the district will soon be using. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

SHS looks to offer better volunteer access to CTE programs

Skillmation coming to Sequim School District

Sequim High School career & technical education director Steve Mahitka, left, and Sequim School District interim superintendent Rob Clark, right, address the audience during a question and answer segment of the SHS CTE forum on Dec. 3 to introduce the Skillmation program the district will soon be using. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Spotlight comes to newly-named Kuznek-Reese Gallery

With friends and family and acquaintances looking on, the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery saw its debut Friday night. The gallery was named by city leaders for… Continue reading

Weather — Dec. 11, 2019

Temperatures Date High Low Dec. 3 49 38 Dec. 4 48 41 Dec. 5 45 41 Dec. 6 47 43 Dec. 7 49 43 Dec.… Continue reading

  • Dec 11, 2019

Clallam commissioners approve Conservation Futures tax for farmland

In a rare 2-to-1 vote, Clallam County Commissioners have approved a property tax that is intended to preserve farmland. On Nov. 26, commissioners Randy Johnson… Continue reading

Judge urged to enforce Medicare ruling

OMC among those asking for hearing

Glow Run/Walk 5k to light up the night Saturday in Blyn

The fifth race in the Run the Peninsula Series will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, with the Jamestown S’Klallam 5K/10K Glow Run/Walk. The event begins… Continue reading

Fish, long-time Sequim volunteer-philanthropist, dies at 78

Quietly, purposefully and most often without any fanfare or recognition, Bryce Fish found ways to help pull a community together. A behind-the-scenes volunteer who for… Continue reading

Barrett arrest could have positive outcome

Many hoping that recent arrest of man with Down Syndrome can lead to better education for police

Blyn creek, mountains may get ‘Misty’ moniker

The intersection of genealogy and geography is nothing new for Blyn resident Laura Beitz. After all — though it is up to some dispute, she… Continue reading

Clallam Mosaic sets holiday dance for Dec. 7

It will be a holiday celebration (with a special holiday guest) in store for attendees of Clallam Mosaic’s monthly dance, set for noon-2 p.m. on… Continue reading

Community news briefs — Dec. 4, 2018

Breakfast with Santa set for Saturday The annual Breakfast with Santa event is set for 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Sequim Middle… Continue reading

  • Dec 4, 2019

Fire District 3 plans staff additions in 2020

New hires would add one more person per 24 shift

Helen Haller’s Turkey Trot raises $16.5K for books

Summer reading program funded, organizers say