Matthew Nash

Following the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season

New food bank director feels ‘calling’ for job

Smith plans to grow healthy options, backpack program

Following the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season
Hailey Nordlie

Christmas at the club

Community shares season’s greetings with Sequim Boys & Girl Club members

Hailey Nordlie
Ken Hays

Hays resigns city council seat UPDATED

Served as Sequim mayor 2010-2013; position will be filled by appointment

Ken Hays
PUD commissioners Hugh Haffner

PUD approves more electric rate increases for April 2016

More rate changes for Clallam County Public Utility District #1’s utility users are slated next year.

PUD commissioners Hugh Haffner
Victoria Redhed Miller’s latest literary effort turns her attention from birds to distilling liquor

Crafting some spirits in Sequim

Book shares distilling help, discusses going legal route

Victoria Redhed Miller’s latest literary effort turns her attention from birds to distilling liquor
Mac Macdonald stands near the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's totem pole at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic. Macdonald

From ‘Apocalypse Now’ to Sequim, much later SLIDESHOW

Mac Macdonald talks movies, motivation and much more

Mac Macdonald stands near the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's totem pole at the Jamestown Family Health Clinic. Macdonald
Sequim city councilors approved the final contract with Lydig Construction worth $12.7 million on Dec. 14. The contract includes nearly an additional $857

Civic Center cost overrun: about $857K

City considers school bond endorsement, signs on with pickleball grant

Sequim city councilors approved the final contract with Lydig Construction worth $12.7 million on Dec. 14. The contract includes nearly an additional $857
“Sequim-Dungeness Valley (Images of America)” is now available at the Sequim Museum & Arts Center and online with profits benefiting the museum.

Author visualizes historic Sequim-Dungeness

Book signing is tabbed for Friday night at Sequim Museum & Arts

“Sequim-Dungeness Valley (Images of America)” is now available at the Sequim Museum & Arts Center and online with profits benefiting the museum.
Ben Newell pins Jacob Day of Sehome in the opening round of the 132-pound bracket in the Battle at the Border in Blaine on Dec. 11-12. At the tournament

Wrestling: Four Wolves medal at ‘Battle’

The Wolves keep climbing the ranks in major tournaments.

Ben Newell pins Jacob Day of Sehome in the opening round of the 132-pound bracket in the Battle at the Border in Blaine on Dec. 11-12. At the tournament
Jan Beebe sits with Pippen the sea otter at an undisclosed time at the Olympic Game Farm. Former and current employees believe vocals from an otter like Pippen was used to create the sounds of “Star Wars” creature Tauntaun. Photo courtesy of the Olympic Game Farm

Star Wars: The Sequim Connection

The lore is strong with this tale. It’s been buzzing for many years and it sounds to some that a few of Sequim’s creatures went on a journey not so long ago to a galaxy far, far away.

Jan Beebe sits with Pippen the sea otter at an undisclosed time at the Olympic Game Farm. Former and current employees believe vocals from an otter like Pippen was used to create the sounds of “Star Wars” creature Tauntaun. Photo courtesy of the Olympic Game Farm
Kiara Pierson

Wrestling: Four SHS grapplers top brackets at tourney

Wolves set for weekend’s Battle of the Border on Fri-Sat

Kiara Pierson
Nick Faunce goes in for a contested lay-up against the Klahowya Eagles on Dec. 4. He led all players with 12 rebounds.

Boys basketball: Wolves win big in home opener

The Wolves (1-1) slammed home a 63-42 win over Klahowya (0-3) on Dec. 4.

Nick Faunce goes in for a contested lay-up against the Klahowya Eagles on Dec. 4. He led all players with 12 rebounds.
A new $318

Playfield parking plan to add 60-plus spots

Sequim Family Advocates, City of Sequim agree on project

A new $318
Community news in brief - Dec. 30, 2015

Sequim utility rate hike set in ’16

City residents can expect to see a slight increase in their water/sewer bills, some road repairs and a few other noticeable projects in the City of Sequim next year.

Community news in brief - Dec. 30, 2015
Jordan Miller goes up for a lay-up while practicing Sequim’s new fast-paced offense.

Winter Sports Preview: Wolves leaning on versatility, seek to up pace this season

With only a few post players and a lot of speedy guards, Wolves look for fast breaks and make sure everyone on the floor can play any position.

Jordan Miller goes up for a lay-up while practicing Sequim’s new fast-paced offense.
Members of the Sequim Community Christmas Chorus

A choral kick-off for Christmas

Sequim Seventh-day Adventist Church hosts three Christmas concerts

Members of the Sequim Community Christmas Chorus
Bill Dickin of Sequim peruses the books in the Sequim Library where he serves as a volunteer. The North Olympic Library System

Local libraries feel crunch of lower property values

Library officials slowing materials spending at four branches after years of exponential spending.

Bill Dickin of Sequim peruses the books in the Sequim Library where he serves as a volunteer. The North Olympic Library System
The band Witherow’s new ‘Christmas’ album features “Joy to the World

Witherow sets ‘Christmas’ album release for Black Friday

Popular duo Dillan Witherow, 22, and Abby Latson, 26, plan to self-release their latest album “Christmas,” a 5-track on Black Friday.

The band Witherow’s new ‘Christmas’ album features “Joy to the World
Jennifer Thomas' fourth album is “Winter Symphony

Her sounds of the season

Sequim newcomer Jennifer Thomas releases her new Christmas album, ‘Winter Symphony’

Jennifer Thomas' fourth album is “Winter Symphony
Sequim Irrigation Festival’s 2016 dignitaries are

Pick of the Pioneers

Sequim Irrigation Fest, Pioneer Association select 2016 dignitaries

Sequim Irrigation Festival’s 2016 dignitaries are