Matthew Nash

Sequim bowling alley closes

With its lanes open and pins crashing since at least the 1950s, Sequim Olympic Lanes, 710 E. Washington St., closed its doors this week.

Grain elevator gets reprieve

Any action on purchasing the Clallam Co-op grain elevator is likely on hold for more than a month after its June 6 auction was pushed to July 18.

Colleges considering Sequim as destination

One group of citizens is looking to connect Sequim with more higher education opportunities.

Local groups rescue paralyzed bunny

One fuzzy friend got a second chance thanks to a group of locals. Charles Xavier, a paralyzed young rabbit named after the comic book leader of the X-Men, was rescued from the Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center on May 20.

Civic center’s eminent domain moves forward

Whether or not a sale goes through on a Spruce Street home planned for demolition to host parking for the future Sequim Civic Center remains in the hands of a bank.

Sequim bowling alley to close Sunday

Sequim Olympic Lanes, 710 E. Washington, closes its doors this weekend. Manager Mike Elkhart said he'll be opening the bowling alley up one last time this weekend until 10 p.m. Friday, June 6, noon-10 p.m. on Saturday, June 7, and 1 p.m.-10 p.m. on Sunday, June 8.

City considers eminent domain for civic center

Two months into construction and the City of Sequim’s Civic Center may see some hiccups with a neighboring property that could delay the project.

City attorney files charges in April fake kidnapping

After grabbing national media coverage for filming an alleged kidnapping awareness video, three relatives could face one gross misdemeanor charge and up to one year in prison.

Fastpitch: Wolves go 1-2, fall short of state title goal

Dreams of a 2011 Class 2A fastpitch championship repeat fell short for three Sequim seniors.

Golf: McMenamin third at state 2A tournament

Trio of SHS boys compete, miss state second-day cut

Special Olympics torch burns bright in Sequim

The torch made its way through Sequim last week for the Washington Special Olympics 2014 Summer Games May 30-June 1.

Jazz camp seeks support

For one week each summer, Lake Crescent fills with the sounds of young musicians jamming to their heart’s content.

Shea seeks support for second album

After three years, Sequim jazz singer Sarah Shea can finally answer her fans’ biggest question — when her next album is coming out.

Girls tennis: Chan, Guan duo takes sixth at districts, alternates to state

Sequim opened the 2A West Central District tournament against familiar faces last weekend on May 23-24 at the Kitsap Tennis Club.

P.A. Symphony parts ways with conductor

After nine years as the face of the Port Angeles Symphony, music director and conductor Adam Stern will no longer lead the symphony.

Fire officials: Blaze started in attic

The investigation continues into the cause of the May 19 fire that destroyed the building housing Sequim Consignment Co. and Baja Cantina Fresh Mexican Grill at 820 W. Washington St.

Family of missing Sequim woman continues search

Police believe Lauryn Garrett left Port Townsend to Shoreline area

Sequim man arrested following fatal P.A. shooting

Olson may face murder charge; court appearance scheduled for May 28

Fishing Day still hooks fans after 12 years

Upwards of 300 local children cast a line into Sequim’s waters last Saturday.

Fastpitch: SHS tops P.A., takes top seed to districts

Tiebreaker gives Sequim top seed into districts and Roughriders second seed.