Matthew Nash

The torch makes its way through Sequim last week for the Washington Special Olympics 2014 Summer Games May 30-June 1. Brett and Blake Yacklin

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.

The torch makes its way through Sequim last week for the Washington Special Olympics 2014 Summer Games May 30-June 1. Brett and Blake Yacklin

Jazz camp seeks support

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

Sequim singer Sarah Shea looks for community backing of her second album “The Second Time Around” through www.gofundme.com/sarahshea.

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.

Sequim singer Sarah Shea looks for community backing of her second album “The Second Time Around” through www.gofundme.com/sarahshea.

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.

Adam Stern conducts a recent performance of the Port Angeles Symphony

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.

Adam Stern conducts a recent performance of the Port Angeles Symphony
Following an intense fire on May 19

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.

Following an intense fire on May 19
Lauryn Garrett.

Family of missing Sequim woman continues search

Police believe Lauryn Garrett left Port Townsend to Shoreline area

Lauryn Garrett.

Sequim man arrested following fatal P.A. shooting

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

Max Whiley

Fishing Day still hooks fans after 12 years

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

Max Whiley
Second baseman Halie Wilson makes a tag on a Roughriders’ runner who tried to steal in the fourth inning. Wolves catcher McKenzie Bentz made the throw.

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

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

Second baseman Halie Wilson makes a tag on a Roughriders’ runner who tried to steal in the fourth inning. Wolves catcher McKenzie Bentz made the throw.

Girls Tennis: One SHS doubles team to state, another vies for districts

One girls doubles team heads to the West Central 2A Girls Tennis Tournament this weekend while another pairing looks for one last chance in.

Clallam County Fire District 3 personnel respond to a fire near the 800 block of West Washington Street at about 1:25 p.m.

Fire strikes building on West Washington Street

A fire reported at about 1:15 p.m. has fully engulfed the building housing Sequim Consignment Store and Baja Cantina on the 800 block of West Washington Street Monday.

Clallam County Fire District 3 personnel respond to a fire near the 800 block of West Washington Street at about 1:25 p.m.
Lauryn Garrett.

Police believe missing area woman OK and in I-5 corridor

Police officials report Lauryn Garrett, a 23-year-old Sequim woman, is believed to be OK as of Tuesday, May 20.

Lauryn Garrett.
Clallam County Road maintenance crews and contractors work to rebuild the Blue Mountain Transfer Station on May 14 after a November fire burned it down. The facility is set to reopen this week.

Blue Mountain Transfer Station set to reopen

More than six months after a fire engulfed its facility, the Blue Mountain Transfer Station, 1469 Blue Mountain Road in Port Angeles, is set to reopen this Saturday.

Clallam County Road maintenance crews and contractors work to rebuild the Blue Mountain Transfer Station on May 14 after a November fire burned it down. The facility is set to reopen this week.
Jack Shea tees off from hole 18 on May 13 at The Cedars at Dungeness. He took seventh and the final spot at the Olympic League Tournament to compete at the 2A state championship.

Golf: Four Wolves headed to state

Six golfers took a familiar course to state and districts last week. The Wolves took advantage of their home field for the Olympic League Tournament on May 13 held at The Cedars at Dungeness.

Jack Shea tees off from hole 18 on May 13 at The Cedars at Dungeness. He took seventh and the final spot at the Olympic League Tournament to compete at the 2A state championship.
This week

‘Save the Elevator’ campaign begins

Museum trustees look to recruit donors before June 6 auction

This week
Sequim High freshman Alex McMenamin drives her second shot toward the first hole at The Cedars at Dungeness on April 23. McMenamin edged Port Angeles’ Dana Fox for Most Valuable Player honors in the Olympic League this spring.

Golf: McMenamin wins league MVP, Kettel and Shea are all-league

By less than one stroke, Sequim freshman Alex McMenamin is the Olympic League MVP.

Sequim High freshman Alex McMenamin drives her second shot toward the first hole at The Cedars at Dungeness on April 23. McMenamin edged Port Angeles’ Dana Fox for Most Valuable Player honors in the Olympic League this spring.
Alexas Besand

Basketball/fastpitch: Besand becomes a Cardinal

Sequim High School announces that Sequim High School senior Alexas Besand signs on to play basketball and fastpitch at Skagit Community College in Mount Vernon next fall.

Alexas Besand
Connie Holtz

The collector’s way: Olympic Peninsula Doll Club show offers ‘Spring Time in Paris’

Whether it’s a room full of Barbies or shelves packed with Teddy bears, collectors with the Olympic Peninsula Doll Club have a taste for just about everything in the hobby.

Connie Holtz
Jorn van de Weghe

Random Questions: Jorn van de Weghe

Jorn “Joe” van de Weghe, a Sequim High School math teacher for four years, is making a difference with Sequim students and fellow Washington mathematicians believe so, too.

Jorn van de Weghe