Matthew Nash

Music in the Park series continues

The City of Sequim kicks off its 11th year of its Music in the Park series at 6 p.m. next Tuesday, June 30, with classic rock band The Strait Shots.

Ceremonial welcome for new civic center SLIDESHOW

Dignitaries and residents gather to see totem, 9/11 memorial

SHS coaches step down, assistant steps in

Husband-and-wife coaching team Victor and Julie Lancheros are stepping down from their co-coaching duties of the Sequim High School’s girls’ varsity and junior varsity squads.

Bonsai: a growing art form in Sequim

Whether you saw one in a friend’s garden or saw a picture in a magazine, bonsai trees are an art form and hobby that members of the Dungeness Bonsai Society feel is for anybody.

Boating incidents hit peak time

As school lets out and the sun shines bright, Sequim’s waters are soon to become even more of a boater’s haven. However, Coast Guardsmen warn while this is the busiest time for boating, it’s also when incident counts rise.

Mosaic goes sci-fi with ‘Sweet Dreams Are … ’ play

Local actors develop storyline, characters over six-year period

City Manager candidates coming to town

As work crews continue to work toward the Sequim Civic Center’s last touch-ups, plenty of things are going on inside Sequim’s city government and possibly over it.

Reporter’s Notebook: Graduating is a lot like a milkshake … sort of

With an above-average, grade-point average, abysmal SAT score and a barely visible, blond soul patch, I graduated high school.

Reporter’s Notebook: Graduating is a lot like a milkshake … sort of

Reporter Matthew Nash shares a commencement speech for grads revolving around milkshakes.

P.A. Symphony picks New York conductor

A new pair of hands will lead the Port Angeles Symphony beginning next season.

Girls Tennis: Sequim duo takes eighth at state

After just three meets as a team, junior Karen Chan and senior Cheyenne Sokkappa quickly became a state level pairing.

Sequim’s balancing act: Sustained growth vs. sustaining rural character

City continues look to future, work on comprehensive plan

Prep Golf: SHS’s Shea, McMenamin take top 10 finishes

Two top-10 finishes at state, two Olympic League MVPs, one girls team league title, five competitors at state plus three more at districts and Sequim’s golf squads had another exemplary year putting the right numbers on the greens this spring.

Pickleball players partner with Family Advocates

Picklers seek funds for new courts at Carrie Blake Park

Girls Tennis: SHS doubles team set for state

Two Wolves tennis players are heading to state while another waits for a spot to open this weekend.

SHS stage stars earn 5th Avenue honors

Sequim High's 'Fiddler on the Roof' received honors from The 5th Avenue Awards.

Prep Golf: Five Wolves compete at state this week

Shea and McMenamin open state in Spokane in lead groups Wednesday

Boys Soccer: Wolves fall short in pigtail matchup

Sequim loses its first, only playoff game for third season in a row

Prep Golf: Sweet swings sending golfers to postseason SLIDESHOW

Sequim’s top boy and girl golfers are also tops in the Olympic League.

Cancer Center gets ‘Flower Power’

Quilters unite to create, fund quilt for display at Cancer Center