Matthew Nash

Freemasonry: 100 years shaping Sequim

Sequim Lodge celebrates centennial with book, Aug. 7 exhibit at museum

One hobby keeps on licking

Strait Stamp Show on Aug. 8 to honor Freemason group

Plans to further playfields parking in limbo

City’s requests too costly for nonprofit groups, leaders say

Eureka! Sequim author pens her first novel

‘North Coast’ shares positive tale of 2 women together, says author

L-A-U-G-H with ‘Spelling Bee’

New production company runs musical as flagship show

Sequim rower set for world championships

Elise Beuke made the U.S. Junior Championship team and will compete Aug. 5-9 in the World Rowing Junior Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

City of Sequim annexes nearly 15 acres

Councilors, residents debate esthetics, legality of properties

Purple powers through the heat during Sequim Lavender Weekend SLIDESHOW

The beating sun didn’t seem to deter the masses for too much of Sequim Lavender Weekend on July 17-19.

Sprint boats race back to P.A.

Extreme Sports Park hosts races July 25 and Aug. 22 in Port Angeles

Rock band shut down via noise ordinance

Meter for gauging decibel levels used for first time by city officials following a noise complaint

Bloom time: The Gazette’s guide to Sequim Lavender Weekend

Farmers harvest some lavender early, but say plenty left in fields for annual event

Quilters turn to ‘Hearts, Friends and Flowers’ for annual show

Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club runs July 17-19 in Sequim Middle School

Driftwood’s international appeal grows

Seventh lavender show features 150-plus driftwood pieces

Another go for ‘Joseph’

‘Technicolor Dreamcoat’ plays the stage July 10-25

Measles led to death of Clallam County woman

A Clallam County woman's death in the spring is first confirmed measles death in U.S. since 2003.

Less pop on the Fourth of July

Fire officials report just two fireworks-related area incidents

Library leaders again consider expansion

Discussions for expanding the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave., are going back out to the public.

OTA paints a path of discovery

No lightbulbs are screwed in nor do chickens cross the road, but comedian, musician and writer Steve Martin brings together two of the 20th century’s greatest minds — Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein — for his “Picasso at the Lapin Agile.”

Deputies seize several animals from River Road home UPDATED

Following two separate visits over the past week, Clallam County Sheriff’s Office representatives seized most of the animals from a Sequim resident’s property for alleged neglect.

Sunshine Cafe closed temporarily for repairs

City cools grill until fire systems and cooking area brought to code