Matthew Nash

Girls swim/dive: 15 girls headed to districts

With four individual swimmers, three relays, three divers and five alternates, Sequim High School is sending the most girls to districts since 2007.

See ‘Harvey’ for yourself

Whether you believe it or not, “Harvey” is coming to Sequim. The 6-foot, three-and-one-half-inch maybe or maybe-not-so imaginary rabbit takes the stage for three weeks starting with a preview night on Nov. 6 and regular shows beginning the next night at Olympic Theatre Arts.

Boys take Olympic League; girls second

Coaches plan full steam ahead to districts for boys and girls after Olympic League Meet win.

Girls Swim/Dive: Five girls qualify for districts, more on cusp

Most Wolves set personal records in last two meets

Halloween Hootenanny continues this weekend

Harvest/Halloween events planned through Sunday in the Sequim area

Two shows kickoff fundraiser for vertical lift at Schoolhouse

More than a dozen performers play the Dungeness Schoolhouse, 2781 Towne Road, on Saturday, Nov. 1, with two shows to help pay for a vertical platform lift to help those with mobility issues reach the second floor.

Building and Rebuilding: City of Sequim prepping for leadership change in 2015

City manager, attorney, others plan retirements in 2015 and beyond

Volunteers seek to make schoolhouse all-access

Benefit shows kick off campaign for vertical lift platform

Girls Soccer: SHS scores first league victory in OT vs. Bucs

Senior Hannah Gauthun kicked in an overtime goal for the 1-0 win on Oct. 14 in Kingston to give the Wolves (1-8 in league, 4-9 overall) their first league win of the year.

It’s a ‘Family’ thing

Actors with Readers Theatre Plus continue their production of “A Nice Family Gathering” this weekend at 7 p.m. Oct. 24-25 and 2 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Dungeness Schoolhouse, 2781 Towne Road.

Follow the Pumpkin Path

Sequim's Corn maze designer talks about her methodology

Utility rate bump likely coming for city residents

Looking ahead to the budget season, a 2.71 percent sewer increase is proposed across the board for all city residents next year along with tentative 3.58 percent water and 2.84 percent sewer increases in 2016.

A duo for the railroad

Couple and club ready for 15th annual Train Show & Swap Meet

Girls Soccer: Close calls leave Wolves looking for first league win

Sequim (0-6 in league, 3-7 overall) lost 4-3 in a shootout on Tuesday, Oct. 7, against the Bremerton Knights (1-5, 3-7) and 1-0 against Olympic Trojans (5-1, 7-2) on Oct. 9.

Teen looks to inspire fellow Scouts with salesmanship

Caramel corn. Kettle corn. Buffalo cheddar cheese corn. Chocolatey caramel crunch. If it’s got a kernel, Mathew Craig, 14, can sell it.

Cracked SHS tennis courts to reopen soon

Two closed tennis courts at Sequim High School are set to reopen soon.

Meet Sequim High’s 2014 Homecoming Court

Sequim High School’s Homecoming Court was announced Friday during the 8th annual Homecoming Fashion Show at lunchtime.

City looks to change water fee structure

Officials with the City of Sequim are looking to restructure residents’ water utility rates by volume.

Football: Surge falls short as Sequim loses in OT

Bulldogs come to town for Sequim homecoming Friday

Sunbonnet Sue’s honor local veteran

Petty officer gives honor to uncle for his service as caregiver