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An illuminating drone show at Carrie Blake Park lights up the Sequim sky in March. Instead of the drone show for the 2021 Sunshine Festival, Barbara Hanna, Sequim’s communications and marketing director, said they’re considering another special event in the park with lights for the holidays. City officials say they intend to tentatively bring the drone show back in 2022. Photo by Barb Hanna/City of Sequim

Sunshine Festival likely limited in second year

Sequim considering fireworks on July 4 as alternative to drone show

An illuminating drone show at Carrie Blake Park lights up the Sequim sky in March. Instead of the drone show for the 2021 Sunshine Festival, Barbara Hanna, Sequim’s communications and marketing director, said they’re considering another special event in the park with lights for the holidays. City officials say they intend to tentatively bring the drone show back in 2022. Photo by Barb Hanna/City of Sequim

Port Angeles man arrested in string of crime

Investigation on more than a dozen burglaries

Sequim City Council approves $33.5M budget

Projects on schedule for 2021

Examiner to issue decision on MAT clinic by Dec. 18

Olbrechts to consider options to add upon city, tribe conditions

Kim Nails was one of three “smash and grab” burglaries in Sequim on Nov. 16-17. Sequim Police said they continue to investigate and believe the cases could be related. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Kim Nails was one of three “smash and grab” burglaries in Sequim on Nov. 16-17. Sequim Police said they continue to investigate and believe the cases could be related. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Essential oils, farm equipment taken from Martha Lane Lavender

Fund looks to support family through loss

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Family members say 89-year-old Lorraine (Reandeau) Anderson had “boundless energy packaged in a petite frame.” She succumbed to injuries following a Nov. 14 collision where she was hit by a vehicle while walking in a crosswalk, Sequim Police officers report. (Photo courtesy of Debbie Thompson)

Crosswalk collision kills Sequim woman

Video footage sought of incident near church

Family members say 89-year-old Lorraine (Reandeau) Anderson had “boundless energy packaged in a petite frame.” She succumbed to injuries following a Nov. 14 collision where she was hit by a vehicle while walking in a crosswalk, Sequim Police officers report. (Photo courtesy of Debbie Thompson)
George Dooley, left, and Edward Alders with the Sequim Valley Lions Club work together to load a vehicle with food during the Family Holiday Meal Bag distribution program in Sequim.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Meal distribution helps 900 families in Sequim

Organizers expect continued, growing need in community

George Dooley, left, and Edward Alders with the Sequim Valley Lions Club work together to load a vehicle with food during the Family Holiday Meal Bag distribution program in Sequim.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Magic moments like this between Dylan Krashan and Santa Claus in 2018 won't happen this year at the downtown Sequim tree lighting event due to pandemic protocols coming into place. The tree lighting moves online to 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's website and social media pages. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Sequim downtown tree lighting goes virtual

Hometown Holiday events planned

Magic moments like this between Dylan Krashan and Santa Claus in 2018 won't happen this year at the downtown Sequim tree lighting event due to pandemic protocols coming into place. The tree lighting moves online to 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving at the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's website and social media pages. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins
Toys for Sequim Kids continues this year on Dec. 9 at the Sequim Prairie Grange with masks required for volunteers and families. Toy and donation sites are setup at several Sequim locations. Last year, the event provided gifts for 411 children from 140 families in the Sequim area. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Community Aid seeks donations for Toys for Kids program

Grange hosts holiday event Dec. 9 for Sequim families

Toys for Sequim Kids continues this year on Dec. 9 at the Sequim Prairie Grange with masks required for volunteers and families. Toy and donation sites are setup at several Sequim locations. Last year, the event provided gifts for 411 children from 140 families in the Sequim area. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

MAT clinic hearing to include tribe’s appeal

Objections over ‘community concern’

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Sequim’s Manis mastodon figures in new research

Dates pushed back through study of fossil, blunt object

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Sequim hosts multiple hearings Monday for budget, small dwellings

Legislators to hear council, school district priorities

So far, about 400 residents have taken a broadband speed test in the Sequim School District. Representatives of the Clallam County Broadband Team hope to have thousands of residents take the test to better understand gaps in broadband service in the Sequim area. Screenshot of North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation and Development Council website

Broadband team to look at online speeds

Plan coming to expand access in 2021

So far, about 400 residents have taken a broadband speed test in the Sequim School District. Representatives of the Clallam County Broadband Team hope to have thousands of residents take the test to better understand gaps in broadband service in the Sequim area. Screenshot of North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation and Development Council website
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Paschall leads Clallam PUD seat race

Rick Paschall of Sequim led Patti Morris of Port Angeles for the Clallam County Public Utility District No. 2 position after a second count of… Continue reading

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Through Veterans Day, visitors can see Ross Osborn’s Dill’s Atlantic Giant pumpkin at JACE Real Estate Company off Sequim Avenue. Here, Osborn chats with Eileen Schmitz, principal broker at JACE. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim gardener’s giant pumpkin on display until Nov. 11

JACE Real Estate hosts weight guessing contest

Through Veterans Day, visitors can see Ross Osborn’s Dill’s Atlantic Giant pumpkin at JACE Real Estate Company off Sequim Avenue. Here, Osborn chats with Eileen Schmitz, principal broker at JACE. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Keith Larkin waves in a screenshot photo to participants of the Sequim city council’s Oct. 26, 2020, meeting after he was appointed and sworn in.

Sequim City council appoints former California fire chief

Larkin chosen over five other candidates

Keith Larkin waves in a screenshot photo to participants of the Sequim city council’s Oct. 26, 2020, meeting after he was appointed and sworn in.

Kitchen fire damages Spruce Street home

Residents make it out of building

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Captain Crystal Stout lights up Vegas with balloon

Future plan is to share rides with veterans, children and more

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Sequim man, coworkers help save canoers near Port Townsend

‘I’ve never done anything like this. It just had to be done.’