Gary Jones

Sequim: City to receive $200,000 grant for downtown project

SEQUIM -- The city's portion of downtown revitalization and streetscape project costs will apparently will be cut in half. City Manager Bill Elliott announced that… Continue reading

Sequim: City Council approves controversial rezoning

SEQUIM -- The City Council unanimously supported a controversial rezoning of 53 acres of property on the city's west boundary Monday. The council voted 7-0… Continue reading

Blyn: Hundreds of Harleys led by Robbie Knievel to ride for charity

BLYN -- Stuntman Robbie Knievel has another big jump planned for next weekend, but it doesn't involve canyons, fountains or mass numbers of trucks and… Continue reading

Clallam Day-Sekiu: Towns prepare for Fun Days

CLALLAM BAY -- Clare Averill is known as "Grandma Clare" to most of the people in the Clallam Bay-Sekiu area. Next weekend, the long-time Clallam… Continue reading

Sequim: Planning Commission approves annexation ordinance; city slated to grow by 46 acres

SEQUIM -- A proposed ordinance extending the north city limit has cleared the Planning Commission. No opposition to the 46-acre annexation was expressed Tuesday when… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Sheep dogs to test herding skills

CARLSBORG -- Many of the Pacific Northwest's top herders and handlers will compete this weekend during the first Wolston Farms Rainshadow Sheep Dog Trials near… Continue reading

Sequim: 14-year-old working on life’s dream

SEQUIM -- Ruth Sandell says she is long past the "What do you want to be when you grow up, little girl?" stage in her… Continue reading

Sequim: Museum to feature military display

SEQUIM -- A display of historic military memorabilia will be featured through July, August and September at the Museum and Arts Center. Sponsored by Veterans… Continue reading

Sequim to celebrate Fourth of July early

America's 225th birthday will be celebrated Sunday in Sequim, instead of on July 4. The Museum and Arts Center will sponsor an old-fashioned community picnic… Continue reading

Clallam County’s newest park officially opened

CARLSBORG -- What used to be a playground for Carryl Ogden and her brothers has been opened as the newest park in Clallam County. "I'm… Continue reading

Sequim: Council poised to rezone 53 acres for higher density

SEQUIM -- Property owner Leo Shipley has won another round in his application for the rezoning of 53 acres of land on the west boundary… Continue reading

Sequim: Meetings planned on city projects

SEQUIM -- Two joint meetings of the City Council and Planning Commission have been scheduled to bring the public up to date on major projects… Continue reading

Port Angeles-Sequim: Hospital districts to be redrawn

Census 2000 information is forcing Olympic Medical Center commissioner districts to be redrawn this year. Legal counsel Craig L. Miller advised hospital commissioners of the… Continue reading

Sequim: Walkabout set for Saturday at Railroad Bridge Park

SEQUIM -- Peggy Adams, horticulturist and landscaper for the Jamestown S'Klallam Indian Tribe, will lead the public on a nature walkabout Saturday at Railroad Bridge… Continue reading

Clallam: Hospital board gets update on Sequim center project

Less than a month after the official ground-breaking ceremony, the new Olympic Medical Center office in Sequim is beginning to take shape. "It is coming… Continue reading

Carlsborg: Ford Broncos to rumble this weekend

CARLSBORG -- A record number of entries are expected this weekend for the third annual Puget Sound Vintage Broncos Run and Show. A full schedule… Continue reading

Sequim: Elk “nuggets’ helping downtown plant seeds of prosperity

SEQUIM -- Elk manure is the stuff which dreams are made. At least Sequim Town Partners seems to believe so, having discovered an unusual gimmick… Continue reading

Sequim: School lunch prices could increase

SEQUIM -- Student breakfast and lunch costs could become the next area to experience inflation within the school district. Superintendent Mike Joyner will ask the… Continue reading

Sequim: City Council accepts annexation petitions

SEQUIM -- Petitions on the proposed annexation of approximately 46 acres of property north of the existing city limit have been accepted by the City… Continue reading

Sequim: Shipley property rezoning opposed

SEQUIM -- The proposed rezoning of approximately 53 acres of property on the west side of Priest Road was strongly opposed Monday. The proposed rezoning… Continue reading