Olympic Peninsula News Group

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ premieres today

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ premieres today

A young cast of characters, a man in a dress and a plot full of witty… Continue reading

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ premieres today
City Manager Charlie Bush

Sequim council supports dialogue on discrimination

The Sequim City Council plans to open a dialogue on discrimination after a report of the removal of racist notebook papers posted in… Continue reading

City Manager Charlie Bush
Sequim residents gather for peace and women’s rights

Sequim residents gather for peace and women’s rights

A rally for women’s rights filled the southeast corner of Sequim Avenue and Washington Street at 1st Security Bank Park in Sequim last… Continue reading

Sequim residents gather for peace and women’s rights
Sign of the times: Sequim YMCA unveils new logo, outlook

Sign of the times: Sequim YMCA unveils new logo, outlook

A new sign denoted a new outlook for a familiar community organization. YMCA of the USA recently unveiled what officials call a “brand… Continue reading

Sign of the times: Sequim YMCA unveils new logo, outlook
Readers Theatre Plus calls it a show, disbands after 10-plus years

Readers Theatre Plus calls it a show, disbands after 10-plus years

After 10 years of shows, Readers Theatre Plus is disbanding. Since its inception, volunteers ranging from… Continue reading

Readers Theatre Plus calls it a show, disbands after 10-plus years
Sequim youth walk celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Sequim youth walk celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The words of Martin Luther King Jr. were found on colorful posters made by middle school… Continue reading

Sequim youth walk celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Sequim High Jazz Dinner Dance set for weekend

Sequim High Jazz Dinner Dance set for weekend

The annual Sequim High School Jazz Dinner Dance will kick off at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Sequim High School cafeteria to raise… Continue reading

Sequim High Jazz Dinner Dance set for weekend

Olympic National Park sets use fee hikes, free days for 2017

Users of Olympic National Park can expect fee increases this year. The hikes are part of a three-year phased rise in… Continue reading

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’

The Missoula Children’s Theatre, which is on a nationwide tour, will stop in Sequim on Monday to audition and cast local children in… Continue reading

MCT to cast local children in ‘Alice in Wonderland’
Sequim native competing online to play at Grammy Awards

Sequim native competing online to play at Grammy Awards

Bailey Bryan, a Sequim native and rising country musician, is vying for a chance to perform at the Grammy Awards in February. Bryan,… Continue reading

Sequim native competing online to play at Grammy Awards

City opens glass exhibit in January; artists will present demonstrations

Glass artwork will be on display in a Sequim City Arts Advisory Commission exhibit that will open Friday, Jan. 6. The reception for… Continue reading

Discovery run-walk set for New Year’s Day in Port Townsend

Discovery run-walk set for New Year’s Day in Port Townsend

The Peninsula Trails Coalition is bringing back a favorite event, its New Year’s Day Discovery 10K & 5K Run-Walk Fundraiser, for those… Continue reading

Discovery run-walk set for New Year’s Day in Port Townsend
Entertainment: Singalong ‘Messiah’ planned for New Year’s Eve; community encourage to participate

Entertainment: Singalong ‘Messiah’ planned for New Year’s Eve; community encourage to participate

The Singalong “Messiah” has been a holiday tradition in Sequim for years, attracting singers and instrumentalists from all over the North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Entertainment: Singalong ‘Messiah’ planned for New Year’s Eve; community encourage to participate

More funding expected for Fir Street in Sequim

City staff members anticipate more financial assistance when construction begins to reconstruct Fir Street between Sequim Avenue and Fifth Avenue. Construction is tentatively… Continue reading

Clallam PUD commissioners OK budget, rate increases for 2017

Clallam County Public Utility District water and sewer customers will see a bump in bills after Feb. 1 and electrical customers will see… Continue reading

Toys for Sequim Kids helps 400 local children this Christmas

Toys for Sequim Kids helps 400 local children this Christmas

Toys for Sequim Kids helped hundreds of local children once again this Christmas season. Organizers with Sequim Community Aid for the 69th annual… Continue reading

Toys for Sequim Kids helps 400 local children this Christmas

Sequim readies economic development plan; retention program rolls out tentatively in June 2017

The city of Sequim plans to move forward with an economic development plan starting in 2017. The new plan, adopted Dec. 12, addresses… Continue reading

Hearing set for proposed Dungeness radio, cell tower

A public hearing regarding a proposed 150-foot-tall FM radio and cellular phone tower in Sequim is set for 2 p.m. Tuesday in… Continue reading

Shanks named new Sequim Bay Yacht Club commodore

Shanks named new Sequim Bay Yacht Club commodore

Ted Shanks has been sworn in as the new commodore of the Sequim Bay Yacht Club. Shanks took over from past Commodore Durkee… Continue reading

Shanks named new Sequim Bay Yacht Club commodore

Port Angeles Children’s Theater to stage ‘The Best Christmas Pageant Ever’

The Herdman children are “the worst kids in the whole history of the world,” so it’s no wonder that the ladies of… Continue reading