Matthew Nash

Fire destroys 50 golf carts at The Cedars at Dungeness

A fire consumed an estimated 50 golf carts and other course equipment early Sunday morning at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course. Eric… Continue reading

Uranium from the sea: Sequim lab links yarn and seawater to expand energy options

Sequim researchers said they have hit a major milestone for a potential energy source using household yarn, seawater and chemistry. By flowing constant… Continue reading

Volunteer pilots turn training for disaster into food drive

Food donations soared across the North Olympic Peninsula thanks to volunteers on Saturday. Several pilots with Disaster Aircraft Response Team, DART, of Clallam… Continue reading

City of Sequim to investigate John Wayne Marina costs for upkeep, repairs

City of Sequim officials say they’re doing their “due diligence” in seeing what repairs and upkeep may cost at the John Wayne Marina… Continue reading

Creamery samples show no E. coli after state investigation

State Department of Agriculture laboratory tests found no traces of E. coli in products from Dungeness Valley Creamery, a raw milk dairy farm… Continue reading

After injury, Jon Eekhoff plans to teach again at Sequim High School

Five months after an accident put 53-year-old Sequim High School literature teacher Jon Eekhoff in the hospital with a brain injury, he and… Continue reading

Decision expected soon on Carlsborg manufactured home park

A proposed 55-and-older manufactured home development in Carlsborg is getting another look from Andrew Reeves, Clallam County hearing examiner. After Reeves’ decision to… Continue reading

Sequim to install 19 speed radar signs by October

Sequim city officials want to keep traffic moving slowly through town. City staff announced plans Aug. 13 to purchase 19 solar powered radar… Continue reading

Comments on forest road closures taken through Sept. 4

Less than two weeks remain for local hikers and riders to comment on the U.S. Forest Service’s proposal to decommission and/or close more… Continue reading

Collision kills former Port Angeles couple, injures two Sequim residents

Family and friends are mourning the loss of two Port Angeles natives and praying for smooth recoveries for an injured Sequim couple after… Continue reading

Air Affaire to soar this weekend

Like for a drive-in movie, organizers for the Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Sequim Valley Fly-In encourage visitors to pile in as many… Continue reading

Hot rods rev up for Sequim Prairie Nights

When you see this many cool cars rolling down Washington Street, it usually means it’s May and Irrigation Festival time. In August, however,… Continue reading

Douglas Allison, right, is pictured being ushered to his chair by Clallam County public defender Harry Gasnick during Allison’s sentence hearing in 2016 in Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Family files civil lawsuit against private school

A King County civil lawsuit claims those who oversee Mountain View Christian School near Sequim withheld knowledge that a former teacher convicted of… Continue reading

Douglas Allison, right, is pictured being ushered to his chair by Clallam County public defender Harry Gasnick during Allison’s sentence hearing in 2016 in Clallam County Superior Court in Port Angeles. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Sunland homeowners to discuss golf club options

Leaders of Sunland Golf & Country Club said the 18-hole course and its cafe and pro shop continue to hit hard times. Bruce… Continue reading

PA man recuperating following concert attack

A Port Angeles man who works in Sequim is recuperating in Wenatchee from a head injury after he was assaulted with a rock… Continue reading

Stamp club celebrates quarter-century on Saturday with free show

Sequim’s Judy Newblom’s love of lighthouses shined a light on a new hobby — stamps. While she’s lived in Sequim for seven years,… Continue reading

Actors to recreate colonial times, start of Revolutionary War at festival

The Northwest Colonial Festival returns for its fourth year beginning Thursday and continuing through Sunday. Volunteers show what life was like in colonial… Continue reading

Hearing examiner denies Carlsborg manufactured home park, again

For the second time in almost a year, Clallam County Hearing Examiner Andrew Reeves denied development of a proposed 55-and-older manufactured home development… Continue reading

Sequim arts commission asks council for dedicated liaison, more funding

The City Council plans to bring more artistic endeavors to the city next year. Following a list of priorities provided by the city… Continue reading

Lavender farms offer variety before, during and after special weekend

Following traffic delays, minor collisions, and an estimated 3,000 extra vehicles on U.S. Highway 101, two friends put Sequim Lavender Weekend in perspective.… Continue reading