Matthew Nash

Irrigation Festival Queen Victoria Hall

121st Sequim Irrigation Festival shines despite damp weather SLIDESHOW

The rain held off just long enough for the Sequim Irrigation Festival to finish its Grand Parade on Saturday and organizers remain generally pleased with the results of the 121st festival

Irrigation Festival Queen Victoria Hall
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Azerbaijan Fellow learns ins, outs of Sequim

Aliyev visits U.S. for first time in pursuit of master’s degree

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Almost three years ago

Spiritual Spotlight: A tale of two churches becoming one

Sequim pastors reflect on churches merging, look to future

Almost three years ago
Twins Craig and Travis Baker moved to Sequim a little more than a year ago to wrestle for the Wolves' varsity squad. This summer they look to do a cultural exchange in Japan and wrestle some of the country's top athletes.

Wrestling twins hold international ambitions

Cultural exchange could send Baker brothers to Japan

Twins Craig and Travis Baker moved to Sequim a little more than a year ago to wrestle for the Wolves' varsity squad. This summer they look to do a cultural exchange in Japan and wrestle some of the country's top athletes.
Stuart Mackenzie serves the ball in a ping pong match at the Shipley Center with teammate Helga duBellier against Joseph Wright and Agneta Johnson last week. Ping pong runs four days a week with a beginners class at 10 a.m. most Mondays.

Age going down, demand up at Shipley Center

Officials seek input on new seniors’ facility

Stuart Mackenzie serves the ball in a ping pong match at the Shipley Center with teammate Helga duBellier against Joseph Wright and Agneta Johnson last week. Ping pong runs four days a week with a beginners class at 10 a.m. most Mondays.
Sequim's Sarah Shea putts her way to a state berth on May 10 at the Olympic League Golf Championships. She shot a 91 to tie for fifth overall.

Golf: Wolves sending quartet to state tournaments

Shea, McMenamin repeat league title wins as three vie for championships through districts berth

Sequim's Sarah Shea putts her way to a state berth on May 10 at the Olympic League Golf Championships. She shot a 91 to tie for fifth overall.
Sequim city councilors approved a contract for about $390

Playfield parking construction goes $110K over budget

Contract calls for completion before August’s Dungeness Cup

Sequim city councilors approved a contract for about $390
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Operetta has a ball with ‘Cinderella’

In a milestone year, cast and crew with the Sequim High School Operetta Club find the stage cues and spotlights are lining up perfectly.

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Sequim’s Josiah Urquia advances the ball up field on April 28. His pass later on set up Sequim’s only goal by Liam Harris in the 1-0 win over North Kitsap.

Boys soccer: Wolves in thick of playoff chase

Following a deflected shot and stellar defense, Sequim’s boys soccer (6-4 in league, 9-5 overall) looks to make the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year this week in a close race.

Sequim’s Josiah Urquia advances the ball up field on April 28. His pass later on set up Sequim’s only goal by Liam Harris in the 1-0 win over North Kitsap.
Sequim City Attorney Craig Ritchie

City agrees to sewer settlements with homeowners

Sequim attorney says at least five homes not billed

Sequim City Attorney Craig Ritchie
Sequim Police Chief Bill Dickinson says radios inside the radio room for the City of Sequim's new Emergency Operations Center inside the Clallam Transit Center can be powered with a solar generator if needed.

Sequim reveals new emergency operations center

City would operate from Transit Center during a disaster

Sequim Police Chief Bill Dickinson says radios inside the radio room for the City of Sequim's new Emergency Operations Center inside the Clallam Transit Center can be powered with a solar generator if needed.
Sequim author Lisa Preston treats her 14-year-old horse Juneau outside her home. Aside from her love for riding and running

Author finds no mystery in perseverance

Amazon imprint releases Lisa Preston’s ‘Orchids and Stone’

Sequim author Lisa Preston treats her 14-year-old horse Juneau outside her home. Aside from her love for riding and running
“Kitty City

Humane Society sets re-opening for May 2

Staff say complex closer to Sequim comes without debt

“Kitty City
Leaders of churches

Sequim Police to distribute new emergency fund with vouchers

Churches, service agencies prompt unified program

Leaders of churches
Builders for Westerra Homes developed their latest home on Green Valley Lane on a 1 ½ foot higher foundation and filled in the yard to keep water out from a nearby wetland. Water got so high it went around the cul de sac and flooded nearby undeveloped parcels

Flooding remains in Dungeness basin

The mountain view remains beautiful and the birds continue to soar over the area but the water remains high in one Dungeness basin.

Builders for Westerra Homes developed their latest home on Green Valley Lane on a 1 ½ foot higher foundation and filled in the yard to keep water out from a nearby wetland. Water got so high it went around the cul de sac and flooded nearby undeveloped parcels
City of Sequim staff continue to work on projects for the city’s Downtown Plan such as creating better traffic and pedestrian flow throughout town and improving Seal Street.

Five years later, a laundry list remains for downtown plan

Accomplishments include adding bike parking, coordinating local businesses

City of Sequim staff continue to work on projects for the city’s Downtown Plan such as creating better traffic and pedestrian flow throughout town and improving Seal Street.
Sequim’s Garrett Little shows off some of the trophies and awards he’s won from district

Little takes fourth in Elks’ national free throw contest

Sharpshooting 9-­year-­old sinks 21 of 25 in Chicago

Sequim’s Garrett Little shows off some of the trophies and awards he’s won from district
Rochelle Stephens passes in a practice for the U.S. Women’s Rugby Eagles team on April 12 at the Albert Haller Playfields.

Olympic spirit comes to Sequim

The U.S. Women’s Rugby Eagles team came to practice this week at the Albert Haller Playfields.

Rochelle Stephens passes in a practice for the U.S. Women’s Rugby Eagles team on April 12 at the Albert Haller Playfields.
It’s a near picture-perfect day for some mowing

Sequim city councilors give go-ahead for courts, fields funding

Proposals ask for $425,000 total in grants from state

It’s a near picture-perfect day for some mowing
Douglas J. Allison

Mountain View principal faces 12 counts of sex charges

Allison pleads not guilty, trial set for May 9; Officials plan to reopen school April 11

Douglas J. Allison