Matthew Nash

Movie crew, Jeff Goldblum visit Sequim’s Blondie’s Plate

Diners got a taste of Hollywood on Dec. 5 at Sequim’s Blondie’s Plate. Staff and customers spotted Jeff Goldblum (“Jurassic Park,” “Thor: Ragnarok”)… Continue reading

Sequim City Council renames convention center ‘Guy Cole Events Center’

What’s in a name? Quite a bit for Sequim City Council members in regard to Carrie Blake Park’s Guy Cole Mini-Convention Center. In… Continue reading

Sequim council considering changing convention center’s name

After investing in refurbishing the Guy Cole Convention Center in Carrie Blake Park, Sequim City Council members are considering a rebranding effort. With… Continue reading

Rodlend finds flight in ravens with latest art show

Artist Carrie Rodlend has had a keen eye on the sky in recent months. Since the summer, she’s focused her work on ravens… Continue reading

Warming Center to open in Sequim; more volunteers sought

As winter breezes into town, one woman seeks support for warming those in need. Jean Pratschner has organized a warming center inside the… Continue reading

Fire chief Ben Andrews for Clallam County District 3 speaks with fire commissioners Nov. 21 about the district’s finances going forward. Currently, the district is investigating a levy lid lift for voters in November 2018. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Fire District 3 considers levy options

While Clallam County Fire District 3’s $9 million budget next year may be balanced, leaders within the department said they likely need the… Continue reading

Fire chief Ben Andrews for Clallam County District 3 speaks with fire commissioners Nov. 21 about the district’s finances going forward. Currently, the district is investigating a levy lid lift for voters in November 2018. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim decreases low-income discount requirements for water, sewer utilities

The city of Sequim is lowering its requirements for low-income households to receive utility discounts. “We’re making changes to the low-income discount to… Continue reading

Discussion on Sequim Library expansion continues Saturday

The conversation about the potential expansion of the Sequim Branch Library will continue Saturday. Representatives with the North Olympic Library System (NOLS) and… Continue reading

Sequim City Council approves $32.7 million budget for 2018

The city of Sequim’s $32.7 million budget for next year has received unanimous approval from city council members. For city residents, that means… Continue reading

Girl Scouts help remodel children’s space in Sequim police station

One nook of the Sequim Police Department is more child-friendly thanks to the efforts of some hardworking Girl Scouts. Earlier this fall, members… Continue reading

Sequim council approves 128-home development

Willow Creek Manor, a 128-home subdivision, will move forward with construction despite safety concerns raised by neighbors and the Sequim Planning Commission. Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim Food Bank set to expand with new property

Leaders at the Sequim Food Bank look to expand its offerings once again. Andra Smith, executive director for the facility at 144 W.… Continue reading

Remembering Robert and Robby: Streett family hosts memorial service today

Whether in a comfy chair or couch, in a restaurant or listening to an audiobook in the car, the Streetts have always been… Continue reading

Sequim, fishermen look to improve pond fishing

As projects continue around Carrie Blake Community Park, officials with the city of Sequim are considering new options for fishing there as well.… Continue reading

A different approach: New entrance opens at Carrie Blake Park in Sequim

Visitors of the city’s busiest park started driving on a new path this week. City officials opened on Monday the new access road… Continue reading

Sequim bans ‘dangerous dogs’

Starting the first of next year, dogs declared dangerous will no longer be allowed in Sequim city limits. City Council members unanimously approved,… Continue reading

Sequim council agrees to one-year deal with Economic Development Corp.

The Sequim City Council has chosen to re-up with the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. through 2018, after a two-year gap of not… Continue reading

Seasonal hunt ends; after finding 96 green crabs, trapping to resume in April

The hunt in Dungeness for the invasive European green crab is over for the season. Resource managers report that since April, they’ve caught… Continue reading

Seaweed line could be next wave of future in fuel

A better fuel for tomorrow could soon be floating along the West Coast. Officials with the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory… Continue reading

Sequim High School grad falls from bridge in Chicago

Aspiring Sequim filmmaker Luke Silliman, 18, finds himself in a scene he never would have imagined for his first semester of college. His… Continue reading