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Swan-saving project complete at Kirner Pond

Power lines buried to help save trumpeters from death, injuries

 

Matt Klontz, former Public Works director for the City of Sequim, is the new director of capital projects and chief engineer for the Port of Port Townsend. (Port of Port Townsend)

Port of Port Townsend hires capital projects director

New hire leaves Sequim Public Works to return to hometown

 

Sequim running back Sam Fitzgerald looks for running room in the Wolves' 49-7 loss to North Kitsap on Oct. 8. Fitzgerald led Sequim with 88 rushing yards. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

PREP FOOTBALL: No. 1 Vikings overwhelm Wolves after Sequim stays close early

A young Sequim football squad kept league powerhouse North Kitsap in check for a quarter, but the Vikings overpowered the host Wolves over… Continue reading

 

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Dungeness River Audubon Center to change name

New name reflects mission to educate about the natural environment

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Sequim quarterback Lars Wiker, left, tries to avoid the grasp of a Bremerton defender in the Wolves' 35-29 loss at Bremerton on Thursday.

PREP FOOTBALL: Wolves charge back against Knights

Rally from 21-0 deficit comes up just shy

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Sequim quarterback Lars Wiker, left, tries to avoid the grasp of a Bremerton defender in the Wolves' 35-29 loss at Bremerton on Thursday.
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Susan Sorensen brings Thor, a Maremma sheepdog she and Don Sorensen own, to Sherwood Assisted Living last week. It’s the third dog Sorensen has brought to senior facilities to help lift spirits of the residents. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sheepdog making rounds at assisted living facility

Sherwood Assisted Living gets a visit

Susan Sorensen brings Thor, a Maremma sheepdog she and Don Sorensen own, to Sherwood Assisted Living last week. It’s the third dog Sorensen has brought to senior facilities to help lift spirits of the residents. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Architects named for Sequim Library expansion

About 2,000 square feet to be added

Mask dispute halts Sequim School Board meeting

A Sequim School Board meeting lasted just a few minutes before a dispute between audience members and the school board president about mask… Continue reading

Sequim council to interview five city manager finalists

Virtual public reception planned next week

Sequim artists Lynne Armstrong, left, and Mary Franchini will collaborate on a piece of art during the 2021 ARTjam event, held in parallel with Sequim’s ARTfusion event on Sunday and Monday. Submitted photo

Two events planned Sunday, Monday

“Mary and I cannot be more different; that’s why this is interesting,” Lynne Armstrong said, considering the possibilities of the collaborative painting she… Continue reading

Sequim artists Lynne Armstrong, left, and Mary Franchini will collaborate on a piece of art during the 2021 ARTjam event, held in parallel with Sequim’s ARTfusion event on Sunday and Monday. Submitted photo
Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Air Affaire, Fly-In wows again at one-day show

Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and… Continue reading

Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Primary win fuels campaign for Sequim schools candidate

Hopeful previously attempted to withdraw from race

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Sgt. Mike Hill of the Sequim Police Department thanks fellow essential workers at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual picnic and Citizen of the Year presentation. The chamber honored essential workers with its 2020 award. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim chamber honors essential workers

All named Citizen of Year

Sgt. Mike Hill of the Sequim Police Department thanks fellow essential workers at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual picnic and Citizen of the Year presentation. The chamber honored essential workers with its 2020 award. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Port Angeles artist Dave Montague works on a mural at the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society’s McKay Kitty City near Sequim. (Photo courtesy of Olympic Peninsula Humane Society)

OPHS’s Kitty City in works

Dog shelter to remain in present place

Port Angeles artist Dave Montague works on a mural at the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society’s McKay Kitty City near Sequim. (Photo courtesy of Olympic Peninsula Humane Society)
Sue and Paul Boucher of That Takes the Cake in Sequim show off their Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission “Share” campaign buttons. (Photo courtesy of Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission)

Business button campaign looks to ‘share’ positivity

Wildlife-inspired phrases attempt to ease stressors

Sue and Paul Boucher of That Takes the Cake in Sequim show off their Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission “Share” campaign buttons. (Photo courtesy of Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission)
Boat captains and crew take to Sequim Bay for the Reach and Row for Hospice event in 2018. (Matthew Dash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Reach and Row for Hospice races to return this year

Sequim Bay Yacht Club’s annual fundraiser slated for Sept. 18-19

Boat captains and crew take to Sequim Bay for the Reach and Row for Hospice event in 2018. (Matthew Dash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
More than 100 protesters fill the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Wednesday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
More than 100 protesters fill the corners of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Wednesday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
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Sequim City Band sets ‘Together Again’ concert

After more than 16 months away, it’s time to strike up the band once again. The Sequim City Band hosts “Together Again” at… Continue reading

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