Clallam County

Nourish’s meals program helps feed OMC staff, community positivity

Public fuels Sequim business’ GoFundMe drive past $10K

Dr. Tom Locke

This week critical for virus containment

State should get a clearer picture, health officers say

Dr. Tom Locke

Webinar conducted on federal relief program

Participants in a webinar on a new federal coronavirus relief package, signed Friday by President Donald Trump, reviewed efforts to help businesses… Continue reading

The City of Sequim plans to begin paving West Fir Street on March 31, depending on weather. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Paving of Sequim’s West Fir Street to begin Tuesday

Asphalt paving of West Fir Street is expected to begin on Tuesday, weather permitting. The paving project is slated for 7 a.m. to… Continue reading

The City of Sequim plans to begin paving West Fir Street on March 31, depending on weather. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

A GROWING CONCERN: Dig in to fruit and vegetable gardening

OH MAN, CLICHE time: Be careful what you wish for. Just a few weeks ago I was thinking how I need something new to write… Continue reading

Chain gang busy on county roads

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office Chain Gang picked up 500 pounds of roadside litter from 3 miles of west 18th Street, 260… Continue reading

Peninsula students make dean’s list in University of Washington semester

Several Olympic Peninsula natives have been named to the University of Washington’s autumn 2019 dean’s list. To qualify, a student must have completed… Continue reading

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project

While dozens of projects throughout the region have been postponed, a collaborative push to conserve more than 100 acres of farmland in Sequim… Continue reading

New donation centers

Two new centers have been set up to accept help during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Port Angeles, a Volunteer and Donation Center will open at… Continue reading

Mask-makers mobilize on Peninsula

Peninsula volunteers use sewing skills to help others

Many parks closed but trails open with cautions

Parks and other federal and state lands are closed to visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, although many hiking trails are open but with reduced services.… Continue reading

Getting out, staying safe: Hiker experiences Lake Angeles

Now this is social distancing. You could hear a pin drop from the frozen shores of Lake Angeles on Sunday, miles… Continue reading

Grant funds new breast pumps in Clallam County

Olympic Medical Center recently received a $6,390 grant from the Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund to buy six Medela Symphony breast pumps.… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: An invitation to come to Jesus

AS I JOURNEY through the Bible, I’m blessed by the incessant invitational nature of God. He beckons. “Come, everyone who thirsts, come to the waters;… Continue reading