Matthew Nash

This TNT Fireworks booth operated by Sequim Vineyard at 1110 W. Washington St. opened on Tuesday

Preparing for Fourth of July

Fire department plans to increase staff level for holiday weekend

This TNT Fireworks booth operated by Sequim Vineyard at 1110 W. Washington St. opened on Tuesday
Chuck Forrest

Marijuana merger starts in Sequim Friday

Last local medical dispensary closes its doors Thursday

Chuck Forrest
Bids go out in the next month to overlay West Fir Street from Fifth Avenue to Ninth Avenue as part of the City of Sequim's efforts to improve roadways and maintain its pavement condition index rating of 70.

Portion of Fir Street planned for repairs

Staff with the City of Sequim recently announced plans to improve a portion of Fir Street.

Bids go out in the next month to overlay West Fir Street from Fifth Avenue to Ninth Avenue as part of the City of Sequim's efforts to improve roadways and maintain its pavement condition index rating of 70.
Tyler Sims of Sequim helps his 18-month daughter Sophia eat applesauce in Carrie Blake Park on June 16. The meal was one of many made free to children under 18 through the Summer Food Service Program at nine locations presented by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula.

B&G Clubs continue fight against summer hunger

Program offers more than 20K free lunches to children in Sequim and Port Angeles

Tyler Sims of Sequim helps his 18-month daughter Sophia eat applesauce in Carrie Blake Park on June 16. The meal was one of many made free to children under 18 through the Summer Food Service Program at nine locations presented by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula.
The Rev. Randy Hurlbut of Sequim Valley Foursquare Church speaks with Sequim city councilors on June 13 about why he is in favor of firework sales in city limits. He fears if fireworks are banned

City councilors shelve fireworks ban talks

Consensus not reached to limit fireworks discharge times

The Rev. Randy Hurlbut of Sequim Valley Foursquare Church speaks with Sequim city councilors on June 13 about why he is in favor of firework sales in city limits. He fears if fireworks are banned
The proposed Legacy Ridge development includes 98 single family homes over nearly 42 acres in South Sequim.

Developer proposes 98-home, 41.8-acre ‘Legacy Ridge’ in south Sequim

City of Sequim accepting public comments through June 24

The proposed Legacy Ridge development includes 98 single family homes over nearly 42 acres in South Sequim.
Sequim’s production of “Cinderella” received four nominations from The 5th Avenue Awards including Best Choreography and Outstanding Performance by a Leading Actor — Nicholas Fazio as Prince Topher

Sequim High’s ‘Cinderella’ gets four 5th Avenue Awards nominations

Sequim High School’s operetta received more accolades from The 5th Avenue Awards on June 6 for another grand operetta.

Sequim’s production of “Cinderella” received four nominations from The 5th Avenue Awards including Best Choreography and Outstanding Performance by a Leading Actor — Nicholas Fazio as Prince Topher
University of Washington rowers raising fifth-place trophies at the 2016 NCAA rowing championships on May 29 are

Beuke, Huskies take fifth place at NCAA nationals

Sequim rower reflects on first year of college at University of Washington

University of Washington rowers raising fifth-place trophies at the 2016 NCAA rowing championships on May 29 are
Dr. Christopher Frank

Sequim schools to replace Greywolf’s water fixtures after lead study findings

The Sequim School District plans to replace every sink fixture in Greywolf Elementary School and two at Helen Haller Elementary School following its voluntary testing in May for lead in its water fixtures.

Dr. Christopher Frank
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Emblem3 returns to play Seattle

Drew Chadwick talks music, reforming and his time in Sequim

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The copy room sink at Greywolf Elementary is one of eight sinks now shut down after Sequim school officials found excess amounts of lead coming from the fixtures. Two sinks at Helen Haller Elementary also were shut off last week.

Voluntary testing finds excess lead in elementary schools’ sinks

School district hosts information meeting June 2 at middle school

The copy room sink at Greywolf Elementary is one of eight sinks now shut down after Sequim school officials found excess amounts of lead coming from the fixtures. Two sinks at Helen Haller Elementary also were shut off last week.
Clallam County Sheriff's Office gives Greywolf Elementary staff high marks for its efforts to evacuate students after a false bomb hoax.

School leaders reflect on emergency preparedness

Sheriff’s Office gives schools high marks for effort

Clallam County Sheriff's Office gives Greywolf Elementary staff high marks for its efforts to evacuate students after a false bomb hoax.
Sequim High senior Matthew Richards competes at the Washington State 2A boys tennis championships in Seattle last week. Richards finished his prep career with four consecutive trips to districts and

Boys tennis: State 2A Championships: Richards places 8th in 2A state singles

Matthew Richards placed eighth in the 2A state boys’ tennis singles tournament on May 27-28 at the Nordstrom Tennis Center in Seattle.

Sequim High senior Matthew Richards competes at the Washington State 2A boys tennis championships in Seattle last week. Richards finished his prep career with four consecutive trips to districts and
Sequim's Sarah Shea

Golf: Sequim girls’ team wins best finish ever at state tournament

McMenamin finishes fifth, girls team takes fourth overall

Sequim's Sarah Shea
Artist and musician Carrie Rodlend practices the marimba while her dog Sola relaxes in Rodlend’s studio. Rodlend opens her studio this Saturday for her fifth open house.

Rodlend’s space: Sequim artist opening Dungeness studio Saturday

After years of instructing art, Carrie Rodlend, 62, says her classes are much more than strictly about art.

Artist and musician Carrie Rodlend practices the marimba while her dog Sola relaxes in Rodlend’s studio. Rodlend opens her studio this Saturday for her fifth open house.
When construction begins to replace SARC’s air handler (pictured at left

SARC officials aiming for greener air handler

Grant switches from propane to heat pumps

When construction begins to replace SARC’s air handler (pictured at left
Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush

City updates nuisance codes with hopes of quicker compliance

The City of Sequim plans to handle its nuisance issues differently after years of complaints.

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush
Some of the quilters with the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club who made “Flower Power” stand inside the OMC Cancer Center for a dedication on May 20. Those at the ceremony include

Quilters dedicate ‘Flower Power’ in Cancer Center

One corner in the Olympic Medical Center Cancer Center recently became much brighter.

Some of the quilters with the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club who made “Flower Power” stand inside the OMC Cancer Center for a dedication on May 20. Those at the ceremony include
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Greywolf invites guests to ‘Beauty and the Beast’

School production is featured for one night only on Wednesday, May 25

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Sophomore Josiah Carter looks to stay on the green during the Olympic League Golf Championships on May 10 at the Cedars at Dungeness. He placed 22nd at disricts on May 17 in Bremerton but went in as the No. 1 seed from the league tournament.

Golf: Four Wolves ready for state as three miss cut at districts

Balkan finishes 11th at districts, Arnold and Carter 18th and 22nd

Sophomore Josiah Carter looks to stay on the green during the Olympic League Golf Championships on May 10 at the Cedars at Dungeness. He placed 22nd at disricts on May 17 in Bremerton but went in as the No. 1 seed from the league tournament.