Olympic Peninsula News Group

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe gets grant to digitize collections

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has received a $14,536 grant from the Office of the Secretary of State to find previously undigitized items from… Continue reading

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Olympic Driftwood sculptors set show

The Olympic Driftwood Sculptors will showcase works from several of its 45 members during the First Friday Art Walk at Sequim Museum &… Continue reading

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World AIDS Day: Art in the Library performances on Friday

The North Olympic Library System will present live performances during the World AIDS Day: Art in the Library exhibition opening event from… Continue reading

State Parks closing 35 mooring buoys

The state Parks and Recreation Commission is closing 35 public recreational mooring buoys across western Washington — including buoys in Sequim Bay, Fort… Continue reading

Tickets on sale for Festival of Trees

Tickets are now on sale for the Festival of Trees, highlighted by the Gala on Nov. 25, and the Teddy Bear Tea… Continue reading

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Backyard Birding event in Sequim set for Saturday

Shirley Anderson and Ken Wiersema will offer “Birds: The Inside Story” at the next Backyard Birding series event, set for 10 a.m. to… Continue reading

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Harvest theme set for November’s First Friday Art Walk in Sequim

The Blue Whole Gallery will feature the work of Katherine Loveland and Mike Middlestead in its front windows through November, with the artists… Continue reading

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Haller Foundation grants listed

Here is a list of the 2023 Albert Haller Foundation grants. Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula (1) — $4,750, for… Continue reading

Law enforcement investigates ‘suspicious’ death in Diamond Point

Multiple law enforcement agencies were seeking more information Friday after finding the body of a deceased woman in a Diamond Point home… Continue reading

Legislative listening session for young voters set for Saturday

Young voters and soon-to-be voters ages 16-29 are invited to speak with local legislators at a listening session hosted by the North… Continue reading

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Sequim Gazette staffers earn statewide honors in 2023 WNPA newspaper contest

Staff from the Sequim Gazette earned 18 individual and team honors at the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s Better Newspaper Contest (BNC) this past… Continue reading

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Jill Morelli (Photo courtesy of Clallam County Genealogical Society)

Four-part genealogy seminar set in Sequim

The Clallam County Genealogical Society’s Speaker’s Series will host a day-long seminar on Saturday that features Jill Morelli, who will explain the methodology… Continue reading

Jill Morelli (Photo courtesy of Clallam County Genealogical Society)

Trio of Clallam candidate forums coming up

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County and North Olympic Library System are hosting three candidate forums for local races in early October, each… Continue reading

VHOCC sets orientations in October

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County will host online and in-person volunteer orientations for those interested in learning more about or volunteering with the organization. An… Continue reading

Saturday’s Harvest of Hope to feature ‘Dueling Pianos’

Goal is to raise $150K a for OMC cancer center

Sequim resident Garland Frankfurth got the idea of visiting National Parks after seeing the stamps visitors can collect. (Megan Rogers/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim resident’s National Park site visits tops 400

Collection of stamps sparks his interest

Sequim resident Garland Frankfurth got the idea of visiting National Parks after seeing the stamps visitors can collect. (Megan Rogers/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Last year’s Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival served up about 8 tons of fresh Dungeness crab. This year’s event is slated for Oct. 6-8. (Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival)

2023 CrabFest to offer fresh seafood, entertainment

Tickets on sale now for dinners from Oct. 6-8 festival

Last year’s Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival served up about 8 tons of fresh Dungeness crab. This year’s event is slated for Oct. 6-8. (Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival)

Olympic National Park sites to host International Coastal Cleanup on Saturday

It’s time for some serious fall cleaning in the late summer along our state’s coastlines. The International Coastal Cleanup, an event that Ocean Conservancy began… Continue reading

“Catch of the Day” helped Bruce Fryxell, Olympic Peninsula Camera Club president, take home the gold medal for the top photograph in his group at the National Inter-club Photo Competition. (Bruce Fryxell)

Sequim camera club scores in international competition

‘Catch of the Day’ captures pelican off coast of Namibia

“Catch of the Day” helped Bruce Fryxell, Olympic Peninsula Camera Club president, take home the gold medal for the top photograph in his group at the National Inter-club Photo Competition. (Bruce Fryxell)
Dressed as British soldiers at the time of the American Revolution, Peter Berneking of Sequim, Thomas House-Higgins of Olympia and Luke Berneking explain about how a three pound ball fits into this particular cannon while Caleb Berneking looks on.

Colonial Festival continues historical run this weekend

History comes to life once again at the annual Northwest Colonial Festival this Labor Day weekend. Organizers shifted the event from mid-August due… Continue reading

Dressed as British soldiers at the time of the American Revolution, Peter Berneking of Sequim, Thomas House-Higgins of Olympia and Luke Berneking explain about how a three pound ball fits into this particular cannon while Caleb Berneking looks on.