Matthew Nash

City approves 97 homes that connect South Seventh Avenue

Neighbors share concerns over flooding, traffic impacts

Fire District 3 neutral on treatment facility

‘Inappropriate’ to take stance, says fire chief

City seeks input on possible connector street

Staff say planning for connecting Brown Road to Ninth Avenue at ground floor

Community members and dignitaries stand with Eagle Scout candidate Ben Wright, left, during Diamond Point Airport’s Airport Appreciation event on Aug. 10 that celebrated the completion of a new helipad. Photo courtesy of Kaye Gagnon

Diamond Point honors helipad completion

Community members, business leaders and dignitaries gathered on Aug. 10 for Airport Appreciation Day at Diamond Point Airport 2WA1 and commemorated the completion of the… Continue reading

Community members and dignitaries stand with Eagle Scout candidate Ben Wright, left, during Diamond Point Airport’s Airport Appreciation event on Aug. 10 that celebrated the completion of a new helipad. Photo courtesy of Kaye Gagnon

Eager actors stage ‘The Reluctant Dragon’

Children’s play highlights differences can be strengths

Fir Street rehab in full swing for school start in September

Superintendent seeks transportation plan by end of August

Raising the roof for barn quilts

Thirty local artists came together on Aug. 10 to learn and create their own barn quilt paintings. The Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club hosted the workshop… Continue reading

Systems go for another Air Affaire

Aug. 24-25 event features antique, experimental aircraft, helicopters, balloons and more

Jennifer Thomas to perform for first time in Sequim on Aug. 22

Jennifer Thomas concert When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22 Where: Dungeness Schoolhouse, 657 Towne Road Tickets: $30, available at jenniferthomas.eventbrite.com One of Pandora’s top artists… Continue reading

Sequim August Days Car Show set for Saturday at Sequim High

Sign-ups continue through Saturday morning for the Sequim Museum & Arts’ Sequim August Days Car Show featuring cars, trucks, and motorcycles from any era. The… Continue reading

Sequim city council nixes moratorium on MAT, permitting

Sequim city councilors voted down a temporary moratorium Monday night that would have prevented future permits — and halted the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s proposed Medication-Assisted… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival float takes home big accolades

Festival finishes season in October

All aboard the rooster ride: Bekkevar Family Farm hosts annual display

Once the hay comes down in July, the yard art goes up at the Bekkevar Family Farm. For about 25 years, Trish Bekkevar and her… Continue reading

Museum opens registration for August Days Car Show

Sequim Museum & Arts continues its benefit car show as the Sequim August Days Car Show later this month. All vehicles — cars, trucks, and… Continue reading

Prairie Nights parks downtown Saturday

Sequim Prairie Nights hosts an anticipated 170 classic vehicles from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, on Washington Street from Sequim Avenue to Third Avenue… Continue reading

A recent notice on out-of-state vehicles isn’t coming from Sequim Police, says Police Chief Sheri Crain. Photo courtesy of Sequim Police Department

Sequim Police say they are not handing out out-of-state license flyers

Sequim Police Department advises residents that recent flyers showing up on out-of-state vehicles aren’t coming from them. Police Chief Sheri Crain said tracking down the… Continue reading

A recent notice on out-of-state vehicles isn’t coming from Sequim Police, says Police Chief Sheri Crain. Photo courtesy of Sequim Police Department

Sequim stamp show set for Aug. 10

Prizes, unique exhibits, stamps for children and more at annual event

Storytime brings dozens of royalty together at library

Cinderella, Elsa, fairies and more made appearances with the Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty on Aug. 1 for Sequim Library’s Princess Storytime. The annual tradition saw… Continue reading

Brent Simcosky, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s health services director. Submitted photo

Tribe to host MAT forum Aug. 8

Health director says they look to correct misnomers

Brent Simcosky, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s health services director. Submitted photo

‘Mamma Mia!’ continues for two more weekends

“Mamma Mia!” returns to the stage for two more weekends at the Sequim High School Auditorium, 533 N. Sequim Ave. Shows begin at 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading