Erin Hawkins

‘Lend Me a Tenor’ production begins tonight

For its final main stage production of the 2018 season, the Port Angeles Community Players present “Lend Me a Tenor,” a modern… Continue reading

Sequim School Board approves hiring of assistant superintendent

Sequim School District hopes to add a new face to its administration on July 1. Superintendent Gary Neal recommended the School Board hire… Continue reading

Windward School makes way to Sequim

Experiential education is continuing to make waves in the Sequim community. Windward School, based in Port Townsend, will join other experiential education models… Continue reading

Sequim High graduate managing painting business for a summer

Right out of the gate from high school, Sequim High graduate Christian Davis is getting hands-on experience managing a painting business in Sequim.… Continue reading

Training session set in practicing compassionate listening

Joy Helmer is on a mission to create more heart-to-heart connections in the Sequim community. With recent tragedies such as the Parkland, Fla.,… Continue reading

Sequim earns bragging rights at Knowledge Bowl

After three years of qualifying for the Knowledge Bowl State Championships, Sequim High School’s team took home a state title. Sequim High School… Continue reading

Driftwood Art Show celebrates 10 years at Audubon Center

The Olympic Driftwood Sculptors club is making its mark in the community with its 10th annual Spring Driftwood Art Show this weekend. The… Continue reading

Sexual health education program suspended at Sequim Schools

Sequim School District has halted a sexual health education program after Superintendent Gary Neal deemed it not age-appropriate for students. Neal said that… Continue reading

Clallam County officials consider updated plan for Dungeness Recreation Area

The Clallam County Parks, Fair & Facilities Department is considering changes to the Dungeness Recreation Area Master Plan which could alter the face… Continue reading

OTA musical revue opens tonight

Olympic Theatre Arts is bringing together live theater and live music for a show that explores its characters through song. “Starting Here, Starting… Continue reading

Sequim resident suggests volunteers guard schools

A Carlsborg resident has suggested that volunteers guard schools. Jack Singleton, a U.S. Army veteran, proposed to the Sequim School Board on Monday… Continue reading

Public forum on sexual abuse among young conducted in Sequim

From high-schoolers to grandparents, community members of all walks of life gathered at the Sequim High School Auditorium last month to discuss sexual… Continue reading

‘Sleeping Beauty’ presented with a twist

While many children and parents are familiar with the traditional story of “Sleeping Beauty,” Olympic Theatre Arts and Sequim Ballet are giving Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim wheelchair bike program — among the first in the nation — is in the works

Sequim is peddling its way to becoming one of the first cities in the U.S. to have a wheelchair bike program in its… Continue reading

Plans clarified for Olympic Peninsula Academy

As Sequim School District moves forward with its capital projects, Olympic Peninsula Academy staff and board representatives say they’re not worried about the… Continue reading

Community Organic Gardens of Sequim celebrates a decade

The Community Organic Gardens of Sequim organization is celebrating a decade of growing flowers, produce and long-lasting friendships. The organization and its members… Continue reading

Breaking silence on sexual abuse: Group sets Sequim forum with a focus on youth

Conversations are on the rise nationally about sexual abuse, assault and misconduct after revelations about Hollywood and the USA Gymnastics team — and… Continue reading

Sequim High School leads the way in science

There’s nothing like walking into a crime scene on the first day of high school. A mock-crime scene was exactly what students found… Continue reading

New kitchen in sight for Sequim school district

Sequim School District has a clearer vision of what its new central kitchen will look like now that an option has been approved… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts presents show filled with love, loss and life lessons

Audiences can prepare to laugh, cry and learn life lessons with the upcoming play “Tuesdays with Morrie” written by Mitch Albom and Jeffrey… Continue reading