Matthew Nash

Bob Stipe and Louie Rychlik

Sequim’s own all-access schoolhouse

New elevator ready for Museum and Arts Center's annual Christmas Tea

Bob Stipe and Louie Rychlik
Normally filled with patrons’ vehicles by midday

The SARC impact

Local clubs, pools are feeling effects of rec center’s Oct. 30 closure

Normally filled with patrons’ vehicles by midday
Sydnee Linnane

Girls Swimming 2A Districts: Linnane earns a return to state in the backstroke

Swim team sends two individuals and one relay get to district finals

Sydnee Linnane
Greywolf students Colby Watters and Brynless Dearinger show off their new quilts that Ilise Osier and Lydia Nelson made reinterpreting their artwork for the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club's annual show in July. The quilters gave the art back to the young artists on Nov. 5 as a thank you.

From crayons to quilts

Two Greywolf Elementary students recently saw their refrigerator art become cloth keepsakes.

Greywolf students Colby Watters and Brynless Dearinger show off their new quilts that Ilise Osier and Lydia Nelson made reinterpreting their artwork for the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club's annual show in July. The quilters gave the art back to the young artists on Nov. 5 as a thank you.
Castell Insurance staff

Castell Insurance looks to get clubs some cash

Online campaign to help nonprofits runs through Nov. 16

Castell Insurance staff
Brothers Fernando

Reopening set for Las Palomas

Some of Sequim’s best fajitas and margaritas are coming back. Owners of Las Palomas Mexican Restaurant, 1085 E. Washington St., plan to reopen today, Wednesday, Nov. 4.

Brothers Fernando
Sequim sends 12 swimmers to districts as competitors and alternates. They include

Girls Swimming: Wolves are aiming high at Hazen High for district meet

Sequim coaches are expecting state berths from ace swimmers

Sequim sends 12 swimmers to districts as competitors and alternates. They include
Sequim’s Matthew Richards looks to return a hit against an opponent at the 2A West Central Districts on Oct. 31. He went on to place fifth and earn his second trip to state.

Random Questions with Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards took fifth overall in the 2A boys’ singles and qualified for a state berth on Oct. 30-31 at the Kitsap Tennis & Athletic Center in Bremerton.

Sequim’s Matthew Richards looks to return a hit against an opponent at the 2A West Central Districts on Oct. 31. He went on to place fifth and earn his second trip to state.
Sequim’s Eric Prosser

Boys swimming: SHS team tentatively a go this winter

Sequim girls bowling team could commute with swimmers to Port Angeles

Sequim’s Eric Prosser
Abby Hansted connects on a shot that just misses a goal against the Bremerton Knights on Oct. 26

Girls soccer: Wolves notch first league win

For the Lady Wolves soccer team, the end of the season was likely to go down to the wire.

Abby Hansted connects on a shot that just misses a goal against the Bremerton Knights on Oct. 26
The cast of “Twelve Angry Jurors” presents their play starting Nov. 6 at Sequim High School for two weeks.

Teens to stage adaptation of ‘Twelve Angry Men’

Sequim teens will debate the fate of an alleged murderer in their upcoming play “Twelve Angry Jurors” starting Nov. 6.

The cast of “Twelve Angry Jurors” presents their play starting Nov. 6 at Sequim High School for two weeks.
“The Christmas Bench” stars

Readers Theatre Plus opens holidays with ‘The Christmas Bench’

“The Christmas Bench” stars Ken Winters as Jeff and Michael Aldrich as Sam, two men waiting for their wives on a mall bench who encounter an array of characters.

“The Christmas Bench” stars
Jim and Julie Schumacher stand inside the Carlsborg Station where they opened the new Blimpie on July 31. They plan for a grand opening on Nov. 14.

Blimpie opens for business in Carlsborg

Area couple plans for business' grand opening for Nov. 14

Jim and Julie Schumacher stand inside the Carlsborg Station where they opened the new Blimpie on July 31. They plan for a grand opening on Nov. 14.
Olympic Theatre Arts presents “The Man Who Came to Dinner” starting this Friday for three weeks.

‘Man Who Came to Dinner’ opens at Olympic Theatre Arts

Classic comedy opens at Olympic Theatre Arts this Friday for three weeks

Olympic Theatre Arts presents “The Man Who Came to Dinner” starting this Friday for three weeks.
Owen Blake

Random Questions with Owen ‘DJ O.B.1’ Blake

For more than 10 years, Owen Blake, aka DJ O.B.1, has been moving and riling up crowds with his unique music mixes.

Owen Blake
Organizers of the Sequim Pumpkin Patch said they didn’t plant the corn maze this year due to costs but the rest of the farm remains open.

Pumpkin Patch continues, minus the corn maze

Rising costs lead organizers to take year off from design

Organizers of the Sequim Pumpkin Patch said they didn’t plant the corn maze this year due to costs but the rest of the farm remains open.
Sequim’s Gretchen Happe fights for the ball against North Mason’s Cheyenne Filer as she goes for a goal on Oct. 17.

Girls Soccer: More hard luck for SHS on the pitch SLIDESHOW

The Sequim girls soccer team (0-9 in the Olympic League, 2-10-1 overall) lost three games last week with two coming in overtime shootouts.

Sequim’s Gretchen Happe fights for the ball against North Mason’s Cheyenne Filer as she goes for a goal on Oct. 17.
Sequim author Rich Johnson signs his “The Ultimate Survival Manual” in Sequim Costco on Oct. 17. He recently released his fictional thriller “Deadly Cargo” through Sarah Book Publishing.

Survival writer ships out ‘Deadly Cargo’

Rich Johnson sees new thriller with an all-ages appeal

Sequim author Rich Johnson signs his “The Ultimate Survival Manual” in Sequim Costco on Oct. 17. He recently released his fictional thriller “Deadly Cargo” through Sarah Book Publishing.
Steve Stripp sits with a portion of his planned model railroad in a room in his Sequim home. He says model railroading is a “peaceful time” and “a chance to go back.”

Rail Tale: Model train show rolls into town

The North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders’ annual Train Show & Swap Meet runs this weekend at the Sequim Prairie Grange.

Steve Stripp sits with a portion of his planned model railroad in a room in his Sequim home. He says model railroading is a “peaceful time” and “a chance to go back.”
Claire Henninger

Girls Soccer: Unstoppable at stopping

SHS sophomore GK Henninger becoming a safety net for Wolves

Claire Henninger