Olympic Peninsula News Group

Clallam County League of Women Voters sets general election forums

The Clallam County League of Women Voters will sponsor four public forums to help voters prepare for the Nov. 7 election. League of Women Voters… Continue reading

Sequim looks to reduce traffic signal wait times downtown

Sequim street congestion might be laughable to some from big cities, but to other locals in tourist season, driving along Washington Street can… Continue reading

Behind the scenes with Cascadia Films and a Sequim cinematographer’s journey

Matt Sagen exudes passion for his work as a Sequim-based cinematographer. The 33-year-old said chasing his… Continue reading

Clallam group members seek to get out the vote

Voter registration forms are coming to a store near you. Members of the League of Women Voters of Clallam County will be at the Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim High School drama program on hold as district seeks licensed teacher to lead

Sequim High School’s drama program is on hold after district officials chose not to renew longtime instructor Robin’s Hall’s contract three weeks ago.… Continue reading

Hilary & Kate stop by Sequim to debut new album

Sequim residents can get their fix of gospel, folk and bluegrass with a concert featuring the… Continue reading

Friends of the Poor Walk gears up Saturday

Some of the more vulnerable members of the community are once again getting a helping hand thanks to some active legs. The annual… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts seeks variety of talent for holiday show

When it comes to filling out the lineup for the cast of Olympic Theatre Arts’ Holiday Variety Show, director Cathy Marshall and musical… Continue reading

Sequim teachers set deadline for strike; work stoppage Sept. 27 if deal isn’t done

With a disagreement regarding their contracts unsettled, Sequim School District teachers are preparing for a strike. Members of the Sequim Education Association —… Continue reading

Music Live with Lunch returns to St. Luke’s this Tuesday

The long-running lunchtime music series Music Live with Lunch will return to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church… Continue reading

Seven best friends stay in touch throughout decades

By Matthew Nash Olympic Peninsula News Group Besties. Gal pals. Best friends forever. There are plenty of ways to describe close friends. But keeping those… Continue reading

Variety show debuts at Dungeness Schoolhouse

Sequim writers, musicians, actors and performers can showcase their talents once again with a new show… Continue reading

Sherwood to host open discussion of politics, economics; community invited to share input

A public discussion of politics and economics is planned at The Lodge at Sherwood Village from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The… Continue reading

Nelson, former Sequim police chief, dies at age 77

Byron Nelson, who finished a 34-year police career as Sequim police chief in 2002, died Sept. 2. Family members say Nelson, 77,… Continue reading

Sequim’s vision meeting brings together 170-plus residents

Staff with the city of Sequim say they have a better picture of what residents hope to improve in the city in the… Continue reading

Fundraising regatta sets sail Saturday in Sequim

The Sequim Bay Yacht Club will host its 25th Reach for Hospice Regatta on Saturday at John Wayne Marina. Sailing races will begin… Continue reading

Port Townsend Summer Band in harmony with Sequim City Band for concert

The Sequim City Band will perform a special combined concert with the Port Townsend Summer Band at 3 p.m. Sunday. The outdoor concert… Continue reading

Rotarians meet Sequim School Board candidates at forum

Sequim School Board hopefuls offered their views of school facilities and teacher pay at a forum… Continue reading

Seminar series targets writers seeking book publication

Olympic Peninsula Authors is beginning a free two-part seminar series for writers looking to publish books. The first is scheduled for 6 to… Continue reading

Sequim approves $200,000 kitchen remodel in the Guy Cole Convention Center

Despite bids coming in higher than expected, Sequim City Council members opted to move forward with… Continue reading