Erin Hawkins

Owner of marijuana farm in Sequim fights to stay open

Tropic Grow LLC, Sequim’s first recreational marijuana grower and producer, could close in the near future. The business’ owner, Tom Ash, said he… Continue reading

Area bands highlighted at Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

Music lovers might see some familiar faces at the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts this year as several local bands… Continue reading

Sequim School Board OKs increases in capital projects funds for central kitchen

Sequim School Board directors have agreed to a $775,000 capital project fund budget extension for the 2017-18 school year, helping to complete an… Continue reading

Sequim School District breaks ground at Community School

The Sequim Community School is one step closer to receiving its long-awaited face lift. About 50 students, Sequim School District officials, school board… Continue reading

Sequim schools to host ceremony for levy

Sequim School District will host a groundbreaking ceremony for its proposed capital projects levy at the Sequim Community School on Friday. The ceremony… Continue reading

Sequim schools may reduce staff starting Tuesday

Sequim School District may see a reduction in staff come Tuesday. At Monday’s Sequim School Board meeting, Randy Hill, executive director of Human… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival Royalty Court welcomes new princess

A new princess has joined the 2018 Irrigation Festival Royalty Court for the remainder of the festival year. Liliana Williams was crowned princess… Continue reading

Sequim High School students walk out for right to bear arms

Sequim High School students staged another walkout onto the campus’ courtyard this week but with the sole purpose of standing for the right… Continue reading

Sequim High sets satire of annual operetta: ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ starts tonight

The 1960s satire and Tony Award-winning show, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” is coming to Sequim High School in conjunction… Continue reading

Sequim Wheelers purchase first adaptive bike for elderly, disabled

The Sequim Wheelers are almost ready to start biking without boundaries. The Wheelers are a nonprofit that was launched in December to provide… Continue reading

Sequim support group aims to help parents of loved ones struggling with addiction

For some parents who have children struggling with addiction, finding a comfortable and reliable support group locally can be difficult. Sequim residents Cliff… Continue reading

Clallam Mosaic artists to showcase work at Port Angeles Library

Clallam Mosaic artists will display their artwork at the Port Angeles Library starting tonight. More than 20 artists from Clallam Mosaic will… Continue reading

Audubon Center hosts new speaker series

The Dungeness River Audubon Center is offering a new educational speaker series under the light of the full moon each month. The first… Continue reading

‘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