Matthew Nash

Sequim Irrigation Festival reveals royalty float

Organizers of the 123rd Sequim Irrigation Festival revealed this year’s float to the festival’s royalty at the annual Kick-Off Dinner at 7 Cedars… Continue reading

Sunnyside construction to close Sequim Post Office access briefly

Customers and neighbors of the Sequim Post Office will see an impact of construction along Sunnyside Avenue starting Thursday, when the driveway will… Continue reading

March for Our Lives rallies conducted on Peninsula

About 75 Sequim and Port Angeles residents rallied in downtown Sequim while some 40 people gathered in Forks on Saturday to urge stricter gun policies.… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival becomes its own nonprofit following pattern of growth

After nearly 123 years, the Sequim Irrigation Festival has becomes its own entity – as far as the Internal Revenue Service is concerned.… Continue reading

Former Sequim Citizen of the Year remembered for her service

A lifetime of accolades for volunteering served as a reminder for the late Esther Heuhslein Nelson to keep helping others, family members say.… Continue reading

Dungeness couple keeps dinosaur by front steps

One Dungeness couple has bucked lawn fixtures like gnomes and flamingos for a prehistoric pal. For more than seven years, Tom and Sue… Continue reading

Rock FM station KZQM to launch in Sequim this May

Whether you prefer The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival or Devo, a new radio station planned in Sequim might have your favorite playlist set… Continue reading

Sequim resident suggests volunteers guard schools

A Carlsborg resident has suggested that volunteers guard schools. Jack Singleton, a U.S. Army veteran, proposed to the Sequim School Board on Monday… Continue reading

Weather delays McDonald Creek Bridge reopening until at least mid-April

Weather has delayed construction on the McDonald Creek Bridge at least three or four weeks, with the earliest possible re-opening in mid-April. Earlier… Continue reading

Sequim sidewalks, curbs by park expected by Lavender Festival

New sidewalks and curbs are expected to be installed near Carrie Blake Community Park by the time of the Sequim Lavender Festival this… Continue reading

Graffiti wall depicting gun image at Sequim skate park angers residents

Recent graffiti at the Sequim Skate Park is leading the city of Sequim to enact a new policy at its graffiti wall, a… Continue reading

City looks to improve curbs, sidewalks by Carrie Blake Park

City staff hope to improve pedestrian access into and around Carrie Blake Community Park. City Engineer Matt Klontz told the Sequim City Council… Continue reading

State says Sequim elk herd numbers being thinned due to causing local crop damage

Sequim’s Roosevelt Elk herd is once again being thinned because its numbers are too high and they are badly impacting local crops, according… Continue reading

Anderson, Hughes named Firefighters of the Year

Sequim natives. Wives. Mothers. And now Firefighters of the Year. Fellow career and volunteer firefighters with Clallam County District No. 3 selected Stefanie… Continue reading

Diamond Point residents seek upgraded helipad for emergencies

Diamond Point residents aim to rally the community and local Boy Scouts to help improve Diamond Point Airport 2WA1’s helipad. Currently, the helipad… Continue reading

Fire district 3 considering levy lid lift

Clallam County Fire District 3 is experiencing continued higher call loads at a time when fire officials say the district’s revenues will not… Continue reading

Golf cart catches fire at Sequim golf course

A small electrical fire scorched three golf carts at the Cedars at Dungeness. Assistant Chief Eric Quitslund with Clallam County Fire District 3… Continue reading

Sequim considers asking voters to renew 10-year Transportation Benefit District tax

The Sequim City Council soon will consider putting the Transportation Benefit District tax before voters again this November. The district has generated more… Continue reading

Sequim senior play ‘Be True to your School’ parodies 1960s high school life

What do poodle skirts, the Beach Boys, greasers and malt shops all have in common? Besides being hallmarks of the 1960s, these are… Continue reading

More than 16,000 homes lose power in Sequim area Saturday

If your lights went off last Saturday in the Sequim area, you’re not alone. Clallam Public Utility District staff reported the next day… Continue reading