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Nov 24, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
The edition is chock full of historical photographs, from a rather undeveloped bit of land that would become the intersection of Sequim Avenue and Washington Street to the old Sinclair Hotel to a livery stable that Charles Lehman would turn into a meat ... More

Random Questions: Allen and Dianne Drake

Nov 24, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
In what may be one of the most convenient interviews in the Sequim Gazette, Sunshine Cafe, 145 W. Washington St., owners Allen and Dianne Drake took some time to answer Random Questions. They host their 12th annual Free Harvest Dinner from noon-5 ... More

Community Calendar October 29, 2014

Oct 29, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
Linda Dowdell/Ed Donahue/Ted Enderle, jazz, 7-9 p.m., Wind Rose Cellars, 143 W. Washington St. • Dee Coburn and the Nights Beats, dance music, 6-9 p.m., Oasis Bar and Grill, 301 E. Washington St. • Sequim High School Jazz/Dinner Dance with Stardust ... More

Salmon coalition gains key Clallam County grant

Nov 25, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
Founded in 1990 by a group of dedicated community volunteers, the coalition was formed as one of 14 Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington. Working in direct collaboration with the state, tribal governments and the communities of the ... More

Chalk Talk

Nov 24, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
Helen Haller Elementary School kindergartners (from left) Harper Moore, Trenton Hopson, Rhyen Bidasha, Story Snow, Mason Rapelje, Paxtin Gagner, Jessie Chartier, Jacob Carleson and Jackson Laboy get some kudos at the Cougar Shout Out Breakfast. More

Community news in brief

Nov 19, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
Don Wilson stands by the body of an ocean sunfish, also known as “mola,” during a walk along the beach near Jamestown Road and Graysmarsh Farm. The roughly 5-foot-long, oval-shaped fish has long dorsal and ventral fins that give it a unique look. More

School drops senior projects

Oct 29, 2014 • Sequim Gazette
Most school districts in Washington similarly have dropped the requirement, Sequim High School principal Shawn Langston said, but others have kept it. “The impact of (the project) is huge,” Langston said. “In the second semester, students spend lots of ... More

Sequim City Council approves furnishings contract for City Hall, Guy Cole ...

Nov 13, 2014 • Peninsula Daily
The council voted 6-0 Monday night to approve a $460,000 purchasing contract with Facilitec of Washington, with offices located in Kent, to furnish City Hall and portions of the Police Department. Councilwoman Laura DuBois was absent from the meeting ... More

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