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Police Blotter — July 14, 2021

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. July 6… Continue reading

  • Jul 14, 2021
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Primary election ballots headed to voters this week

North Olympic Peninsula registered voters will start receiving their ballots for the Aug. 3 primary election by the end of the week after ballots are… Continue reading

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Sequim School Board approves administrator raises

Several Sequim School District administrators are getting pay bumps after the district’s board of directors approved salary increases at the board’s June 21 meeting. Board… Continue reading

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Early-morning Sequim fire destroys ambulances, structure

Two ambulances out of Olympic Ambulance’s fleet of more than 45 were destroyed in a fire at the Sequim-based business in the early hours of… Continue reading

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City council considers whether to keep hearing examiner for appeals

Discussion weighs internal vs. hired building reviews

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Lavender farmers seek steadier summer numbers

Post-COVID, some farms seeing stream of visitors

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New outbreak investigated at Clallam long-term care facility

Clallam County Public Health is investigating a new long-term care facility COVID-19 outbreak that has so far had a staff member and resident infected with… Continue reading

COVID claims 19th victim on Peninsula: Clallam woman in her 30s

A 15th person, unvaccinated and the youngest victim so far, has died from COVID-19 in Clallam County, where the full vaccination rate remains steady at… Continue reading

Health officer: Large church COVID outbreak over

A large church COVID-19 outbreak that saw 24 Clallam County residents infected with COVID-19 and two subsequent deaths has not had new cases for more… Continue reading

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Ruddell’s annual ‘Cruise In’ set for Friday

It’s the silver anniversary for the annual Ruddell Cruise In, slated for 5 p.m. Friday, July 9, at 110 S. Golf Course Road in Port… Continue reading

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Sequim’s 2020 Citizens of Year: Essential workers

After more than five decades of honoring key individual or individuals for their volunteerism and devotion to the community, local business leaders are giving kudos… Continue reading

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Two injured in single-car wreck near Sequim

Two people were hurt near Sequim Monday, July 5, when the driver failed to negotiate a curve and the car left the roadway, traveled down… Continue reading

Clallam County reports 14th death due to COVID-19; second death connected to church outbreak

Clallam County’s 14th death due to COVID-19 since the pandemic began was confirmed late Monday in connection with a large church outbreak that has had… Continue reading

Best of the Peninsula 2021.

Best of the Peninsula voting ends Sunday

Ballots close at midnight July 11

Best of the Peninsula 2021.

Best of the Peninsula voting ends Sunday

The Best of the Best voting will end at midnight Sunday! In separate Clallam County and Jefferson County ballots, voters were first asked to nominate… Continue reading

Community news briefs — July 7, 2021

Sequim Bay closes to shellfish harvesting Sequim Bay is closed to all species for recreational shellfish harvesting, county officials said on July 2. The Clallam… Continue reading

  • Jul 7, 2021

Jury finds Sequim woman guilty of attempted murder

A Clallam County Superior Court jury has found a 50-year-old Sequim woman guilty of attempted murder and assault involving a bloody 2019 knife attack on… Continue reading

Emily Bundy helps 2-year-old cousin Charlie Nielsen of Salt Lake City, Utah, cast out at the Water Reuse Reclamation Pond on July 1. Bundy, 20, is a Sequim High grad, is studying biology on her path for pre-med at Gonzaga University. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

PHOTO: Cousins cast out at Sequim pond

Emily Bundy helps 2-year-old cousin Charlie Nielsen of Salt Lake City, Utah, cast out at the Water Reuse Reclamation Pond on July 1. Bundy, 20,… Continue reading

Emily Bundy helps 2-year-old cousin Charlie Nielsen of Salt Lake City, Utah, cast out at the Water Reuse Reclamation Pond on July 1. Bundy, 20, is a Sequim High grad, is studying biology on her path for pre-med at Gonzaga University. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Police Blotter — July 7, 2021

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. June 29… Continue reading

  • Jul 7, 2021
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Primary election candidates tout experience, spotlight issues at forum

With about four weeks until the primary election, local voters on Thursday got an early chance to meet candidates — some of them, anyway —… Continue reading

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