Matthew Nash

Steve Coffing

SLIDESHOW: Spirit soars at Air Affaire despite damp weather

Despite wild weather organizers of the third annual Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire pressed on Aug. 29-30 at the Sequim Valley Airport.

Steve Coffing
The Inspector Hound (Colby Thomas) makes his entrance to the surprise of Cynthia Muldoon (Dynara Rystrom) and Mrs. Drudge (Ingrid  Voorheis) in OTA’s “The Real Inspector Hound.”

Two times the theatre at OTA

One-acts ‘Inspector Hound’ and ‘15-Minute Hamlet’ hit the stage

The Inspector Hound (Colby Thomas) makes his entrance to the surprise of Cynthia Muldoon (Dynara Rystrom) and Mrs. Drudge (Ingrid  Voorheis) in OTA’s “The Real Inspector Hound.”
Playfield parking talks resume

Playfield parking talks resume

City councilors seek solutions with playfield advocates

Playfield parking talks resume
Two crews from three departments left for the Okanogan Complex fires near Omak on Aug. 20 to provide structural protection. Participating firefighters include

Sequim firefighters head east to battle wildfires

Okanogan Complex fires are largest in Washington’s history

Two crews from three departments left for the Okanogan Complex fires near Omak on Aug. 20 to provide structural protection. Participating firefighters include
Artists

ARTfusion for a finale

Cutting Garden hosts its final public event as four artists join together Labor Day weekend

Artists
A crowd begins to form before the Moon Glow on July 31 at Sequim Valley Airport. Captain Crystal Stout plans to unite six hot air balloons for a night glow event on Aug. 29 at the airport with donations helping the Dream Catcher program that provides balloon rides to physically disabled people.

Air Affaire ready to launch

Third annual event adds night glow, formation planes to 2015 show

A crowd begins to form before the Moon Glow on July 31 at Sequim Valley Airport. Captain Crystal Stout plans to unite six hot air balloons for a night glow event on Aug. 29 at the airport with donations helping the Dream Catcher program that provides balloon rides to physically disabled people.
Health officials continue to investigate bodies of water in and around the Golden Sand Slough near 3 Crabs Road for possible pollutants so they can trace its source.

County officials are seeking cause for lower Dungeness pollutants

Grants could help homeowners with failing septic tanks

Health officials continue to investigate bodies of water in and around the Golden Sand Slough near 3 Crabs Road for possible pollutants so they can trace its source.
Elise Beuke sits near the beach off Three Crabs Road overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. She returned home to the Sequim-Dungeness Valley for the first time this summer after training for the World Rowing Junior Championships.

Beuke on Brazil

Rower returns to Dungeness, reflects on world championships

Elise Beuke sits near the beach off Three Crabs Road overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. She returned home to the Sequim-Dungeness Valley for the first time this summer after training for the World Rowing Junior Championships.
Kattie Hoffman of Sequim and her horse dig deep during the barrel racing portion of the 2014 Clallam County Fair rodeo.

Herd ‘em up, head ‘em out to the Clallam County Fair

Tradition reigns at the Clallam County Fair as Clallam’s main event continues into its 96th year.

Kattie Hoffman of Sequim and her horse dig deep during the barrel racing portion of the 2014 Clallam County Fair rodeo.
Quinn Hampton of Sequim brings rock band Foghat to the James Center for Performing Arts on Sept. 12. “Foghat is iconic

Bringing Foghat’s ‘Slow Ride’ to Sequim

Foghat appearance could mean more shows, promoter says; motorcycle up for grabs

Quinn Hampton of Sequim brings rock band Foghat to the James Center for Performing Arts on Sept. 12. “Foghat is iconic
Robin Hall

Hall, longtime operetta director, hospitalized

Robin Hall, 51, known for her work directing the Sequim High operetta and other plays, is recovering in Bremerton following bypass surgery.

Robin Hall
Lisa Hopper

Horse rescued from creek in Dungeness UPDATED

The community came together to rescue a horse on Thursday morning.

Lisa Hopper
City mulls banning fireworks in extreme fire situations

City mulls banning fireworks in extreme fire situations

New verbiage in the Sequim Municipal Code provides the City of Sequim’s Fire Marshal Ann Hall more legal backing if she were to ban fireworks during the Fourth of July in a time of extreme fire danger.

City mulls banning fireworks in extreme fire situations
SHS’s 1923 basketball team

Celebrating a centennial of Sequim grads

It’s time for Sequim to celebrate graduation again. A little over 100 years ago, Sequim High sent off its first four graduates Leonard Fernie, Helen Knoph, Goodwin O’Brien and Neva Peterson. Since then the high school has hosted at least 8,500 Sequimites who donned caps and gowns for graduation night.

SHS’s 1923 basketball team
Elise Beuke of Sequim took seventh with double scull partner Isabella Strickler (Grosse Pointe

Beuke rows to seventh-place world finish

Weather, illness affect outcome at international competition

Elise Beuke of Sequim took seventh with double scull partner Isabella Strickler (Grosse Pointe
Beverly and John Majors work on the centennial exhibit for the Sequim Masonic Lodge No. 213 inside the Sequim Museum & Arts Center. It debuts Friday

Freemasonry: 100 years shaping Sequim

Sequim Lodge celebrates centennial with book, Aug. 7 exhibit at museum

Beverly and John Majors work on the centennial exhibit for the Sequim Masonic Lodge No. 213 inside the Sequim Museum & Arts Center. It debuts Friday
Richard Tarbuck looks over a display he made a few years ago centered on stamps from around the world featuring Antarctica. His display features more than 15 countries’ stamps.

One hobby keeps on licking

Strait Stamp Show on Aug. 8 to honor Freemason group

Richard Tarbuck looks over a display he made a few years ago centered on stamps from around the world featuring Antarctica. His display features more than 15 countries’ stamps.
Soccer players and visitors of the Water Reuse Demonstration Site may have to park on the grass if the parking lot is full. Proposed parking additions west of the Albert Haller Playfields were denied because Sequim Family Advocates does not have funding for brick pavers compliant with city code.

Plans to further playfields parking in limbo

City’s requests too costly for nonprofit groups, leaders say

Soccer players and visitors of the Water Reuse Demonstration Site may have to park on the grass if the parking lot is full. Proposed parking additions west of the Albert Haller Playfields were denied because Sequim Family Advocates does not have funding for brick pavers compliant with city code.
In her first book

Eureka! Sequim author pens her first novel

‘North Coast’ shares positive tale of 2 women together, says author

In her first book
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” starting on Friday

L-A-U-G-H with ‘Spelling Bee’

New production company runs musical as flagship show

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” starting on Friday