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MAT application to go before staff review

Public holds three opportunities to appeal clinic decisions

Police blotter — Jan. 29, 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. Jan. 21… Continue reading

Port commissioner announces candidacy for state senate

Connie Beauvais decides to run against Kevin Van De Wege

Sequim School District superintendent Rob Clark, right, discusses terms of his contract extension with the school board while board president Brandino Gibson listens on during the Jan. 21 school board meeting. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

School board extends Clark’s contract

Board removes interim tag from well-liked superintendent

Sequim School District superintendent Rob Clark, right, discusses terms of his contract extension with the school board while board president Brandino Gibson listens on during the Jan. 21 school board meeting. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

School board listens to vape, tobacco law report

Board members “very concerned” about making sure they handle vaping in the district correctly

Sex education bill passes Senate

Chapman introduces veterans fund measure

State resurrects park plans for Miller Peninsula

A proposal to create a destination park on Miller Peninsula is back on the planning table. Staff with the Washington State Parks system are moving… Continue reading

State sets candidate field for primary election

Secretary of State Kim Wyman on Jan. 7 certified lists of candidates submitted by the state Democratic and Republican parties to be included in Washington… Continue reading

Tribe to connect to city sewer in February

Resort still on track for May soft opening

Sequim Wolves post Hope Glasser takes a fadeaway shot in the first quarter of the Wolves’ 85-16 win over the Bremerton Knights on Jan. 24. Glasser scored a team-high 22 points on the night, while pulling down 13 rebounds with three assists and two steals. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Wolves girls go strong without star

With Julmist out injured, Wolves win two

Sequim Wolves post Hope Glasser takes a fadeaway shot in the first quarter of the Wolves’ 85-16 win over the Bremerton Knights on Jan. 24. Glasser scored a team-high 22 points on the night, while pulling down 13 rebounds with three assists and two steals. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

County OKs letter to Ecology about scrapping facility, stormwater permit

Commissioners seek support for the remediation of Midway Metals

Sequim sees rash of fake $100 bills at businesses

Police recommend call 9-1-1 if fake money spotted

Democrats push to require firearm training for concealed carriers

A proposal by Senate Democrats would require concealed pistol license applicants to complete a safety course. Senate Bill 6294 would require conceal-carry permit holders to… Continue reading

Lawmakers move to ban high-capacity magazines

Supporters say fewer bullets would increase safety; opponents say it would infringe on gun rights

Lawmakers aim to put sweeping regulations on the vaping industry

Legislation requested by the governor’s office and supported by Democratic senators aims to ban flavored nicotine vaping products and impose sweeping regulations on the vaping… Continue reading

Lawmakers hear pitch to replace gas tax with a fee per mile driven

Transportation officials recommend 10-year transition away from gas tax

Senate passes bill requiring comprehensive sex-ed in public schools

By Cameron Sheppard WNPA News Service A proposed law to require school districts to implement a comprehensive sexual education curriculum emphasizing healthy relationships and consent… Continue reading

Boys & Girls Club presents second LGBTQ+ Ball

Second annual dance encourages support & inclusivity

City eyes Fir Street completion by April/May

Project could come $691K under budget

Community news briefs — Jan. 22, 2020

Foodbank service reset The monthly Sequim Masonic Foodbank that was cancelled on Jan. 16 because of the winter storm has been rescheduled for Thursday, Jan.… Continue reading

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