Clallam masking order to be lifted March 21

Clallam County’s public health order requiring masking in indoor, public places will be rescinded on March 21 st, at the...

By Sequim Gazette Staff • February 17, 2022 3:15 pm

Autopsy confirms cause of death; Clallam man in 30s succumbed to COVID-19

Firefighters contain greenhouse fire near Sequim

An excavator valued at about $29,000 was reported stolen from the Jamestown Healing Center site at 526 S. Ninth Ave., in Sequim on Feb. 13. Photo courtesy of Clallam County Sheriff’s Office

Clallam County Sheriff’s deputies and Sequim police officers continued this week to investigate the thefts from the Jamestown Healing Center…

Sequim School District directors appoint Halvorsen to board

Maren Halvorsen said she knows how critical public schools can be to smaller communities. Her graduating class in Burns, Ore.,…


Sequim city staff will move forward drafting an ordinance for the Sequim Municipal Code that will send all quasi-judicial permits…

State lawmakers pass new voter privacy, redistricting measures

By • February 16, 2022 1:30 am

With the deadline for passing bills out of their house of origin looming this week, lawmakers in Olympia spent long…


New maps through a study by geologists with the Washington Geological Survey division of the Washington Department of Natural Resources…


The numbers themselves are impressive: about 350 scholarship and award recipients totalling more than $350,000, with a legacy dating back…

Sequim Police Blotter

February 16, 2022 1:30 am

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the…


The Olympic Peninsula Healthy Community Coalition has a new leader.


Their comments varied from how much development they’d want to see — including no development at all — but the…

Community news briefs — Feb. 16, 2022

Tribe hosts special virtual event


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