Matthew Nash

NOLS, schools consider shared library project

Partnering with the Sequim School District may be a possibility for the North Olympic Library System to build a new Sequim Library.

Sequim City Council to review marijuana sales in August

The City of Sequim’s moratorium on recreational marijuana remains in effect one month after city councilors last upheld it.

Sequim High’s operetta sings ‘The Sound of Music’ UPDATED

You know the songs by heart. You’ve seen the movie dozens of times. But there’s still an audience who hasn’t seen or heard “The Sound of Music” — some of Sequim’s students.

Sequim’s softball sisters

Depending on the day and who is wearing whose clothes, the Bentz sisters – Makayla, 18, Mckenzie, 15, and Jordan, 14 — may be a battling bunch.

Library board considering schematics for new branch

Some big decisions on the future of Sequim Library may come as soon as this Thursday.

Boys soccer: Wolves beat P.A., Kingston in OT

As of late, Thomas Winfield, Nic Baird and the rest of the Wolves boys soccer team are overtime masters.

Crumb Grabbers owner closes store

After making a go of it for more than two years, the owner of Crumb Grabbers Bakery, 492 W. Cedar St., has closed its storefront.

City hall out, apartments next

What remains of the former Sequim City Hall is rubble.

Sequim Council gives high marks to manager

Yet again, Steve Burkett, the City of Sequim’s city manager, received high marks from Sequim City Council.

Random Questions: Rebecca Redshaw

A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Rebecca Redshaw moved to the peninsula in 2001 from Palm Springs, Calif.

Mervin Manufacturing cuts 20 percent of staff

Mervin Manufacturing, local stalwarts of the premiere skate, snow and surf industry, made recent cuts to its work force in a restructuring of the business.

Former SHS volunteer coach goes to court May 2

Jerry Jeff Pedersen, 28, a former assistant Sequim High School girls basketball coach, goes to Clallam County Superior Court on May 2 for arraignment following five alleged felony counts of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes.

Irrigation carnival stays put

After a tentative plan and months of effort to move the Sequim Irrigation Festival's annual carnival from its Sequim School District site, organizers say the event is staying put on May 8-11.

Helen Haller’s German is button design winner

Helen Haller Elementary fifth-grader Jessica German, 10, made her mark recently by winning the 119th Sequim Irrigation Festival's button design contest.

Inside Clallam’s first pot farm

Dungeness farmer becomes first local recreational marijuana producer

Golf: Wolves stay strong through wet conditions

Both Wolves golf squads look strong midway through the season with their consistent play putting them in league championship contention and possible top spots at districts and state.

OTA takes path to ‘Brilliant Traces’

Thrown together in the harsh winter of Alaska, two people must overcome their pasts and futures in Olympic Theatre Arts' “Brilliant Traces.”

SHS coach accused of relationship with player

A former Sequim basketball coach is awaiting charges this week for allegedly having a relationship with an underage player.

Another sexual claim filed against Sequim grad

Another student of former Tacoma teacher and Sequim High grad Meredith Powell, 24, has gone to police with sexual misconduct allegations.

Work begins on Sequim’s Civic Center

With the fences up, physical work officially has begun on the City of Sequim’s new civic center and police station.