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Megan Caldwell returns to Carrie Blake Community Park to work with her dad Bert to help place meal bags in vehicles during the Family Holiday Food Bag Distribution Day.

Sequim provides meal bags for Thanksgiving weekend

Community helps to provide food for 800-plus families

 

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Kathy Joyner, co-organizer of Toys for Sequim Kids, helps Jean Ann Houk size up a T-shirt for one of her children at the 2021 event in Sequim Prairie Grange. This year’s event is set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 14.

Giving trees spring up to help annual ‘Toys for Sequim Kids’

Donation boxes set up throughout town

 

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Downtown tree becomes Sequim’s Christmas tree

Lighting part of Hometown Holidays next weekend

 

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Two of three people accepted plea agreements in regard with a June burglary of Coastal Farm and Ranch in Sequim.

Two plead guilty in Coastal store burglary

Third person awaits hearing, resolution

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Two of three people accepted plea agreements in regard with a June burglary of Coastal Farm and Ranch in Sequim.
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Littlejohn properties purchased

Fifth Avenue, The Lodge and Sherwood Assisted Living part of sale

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Sequim Irrigation Festival reveals logo, tagline

Design shows water flowing through and into irrigation ditches

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Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash/ Sequim Police Department deputy chief Mike Hill reports that a nonpartisan group of ballot box observers at 651 W. Washington St. have not broken any laws and have obeyed state law despite some residents' calls of concern about alleged harassment. “Harassment isn’t passive … and just sitting in a public place,” he said.

Observers watching at ballot dropboxes

Police say no laws are being broken

Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash/ Sequim Police Department deputy chief Mike Hill reports that a nonpartisan group of ballot box observers at 651 W. Washington St. have not broken any laws and have obeyed state law despite some residents' calls of concern about alleged harassment. “Harassment isn’t passive … and just sitting in a public place,” he said.

Sequim man shot in standoff identified

A 49-year-old man who was shot and killed after an hours-long standoff in September has been identified. Mark Nichols, Clallam County prosecuting attorney… Continue reading

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Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty, from left, Queen Isabella Williams, Princess Lauren Willis, and Princess Katherine Gould helped promote Down Syndrome Awareness Month in front of Sequim Walmart.

Sequim Festival princess promotes Down Syndrome awareness

Looking at the message on her T-shirt, Sequim teen Lauren Willis said she believes what it says. “Down Syndrome is not a disability;… Continue reading

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Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty, from left, Queen Isabella Williams, Princess Lauren Willis, and Princess Katherine Gould helped promote Down Syndrome Awareness Month in front of Sequim Walmart.
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Musician surprises Reddog Coffee staff

Macklemore films music video on Olympic Peninsula

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Officials with Clallam County Fire District 3 plan to make a decision in 2023 whether or not to go to voters to approve more funding to add staff, apparatuses and/or new fire stations. Here, firefighters fight a brush fire in July 2021 west of Sequim. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim fire district to talk levy, bond funding in 2023

Finalizing budget, strategic plan are priorities, chief says

Officials with Clallam County Fire District 3 plan to make a decision in 2023 whether or not to go to voters to approve more funding to add staff, apparatuses and/or new fire stations. Here, firefighters fight a brush fire in July 2021 west of Sequim. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim man faces assault charges

Arraignment set for Oct. 28

Sequim OKs expanded zones for multiplexes

Habitat for Humanity, others eyeing developments

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Jamestown’s chairman shares Sequim building plans

Psychiatric hospital, dental, youth and elder buildings on list

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Fire district covers transport credit for Olympic Ambulance

Whether you are transported in a red ambulance or a white ambulance in the Sequim area, your bill will be the same. Clallam… Continue reading

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Clallam commissioners talk about budget

With so many short- and long-term capital projects in transition in Clallam County, its staff and commissioners said at a Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber… Continue reading

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Attempted murder trial pushed to March 2023

Attorneys continue to seek mental health professionals to evaluate a Sequim man’s mental state after he allegedly attempted to kill his neighbor… Continue reading

Inside the proposed design for the expansion and remodel of the Sequim Library includes shorter shelving, allowing visitors to see through the building, said Pia Westen, project lead for SHKS Architects. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Architects present new Sequim Library design to community

Permits anticipated by January; construction possible next summer

Inside the proposed design for the expansion and remodel of the Sequim Library includes shorter shelving, allowing visitors to see through the building, said Pia Westen, project lead for SHKS Architects. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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David Large leads a small tour in November of his home that produces more energy than it uses. He hosts an open house Saturday.

Sequim ‘net-zero’ home joins National Solar Tour on Saturday

Owner says most people can upgrade, save with incentives

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David Large leads a small tour in November of his home that produces more energy than it uses. He hosts an open house Saturday.
A portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail between the Dungeness River Nature Center and Priest Road was closed for several hours Thursday morning due to an active shooter scenario. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Update: Man dead after officer-involved shooting following a standoff

Independent team from Kitsap County investigating incident

A portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail between the Dungeness River Nature Center and Priest Road was closed for several hours Thursday morning due to an active shooter scenario. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)