Matthew Nash

Capital campaign begins to expand, remodel Dungeness River Audubon Center

A capital campaign has been launched to expand the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s Dungeness River Audubon Center. Campaign partners with the tribe — River… Continue reading

Finishing Highway 101 bypass top of Sequim’s legislative agenda

City officials hope that 24th District state legislators can help them finish the Simdars Road interchange off East Washington Street in the next… Continue reading

A Service Fest success: Two weeks of projects bring Sequim community together

With several gallons of “Urban Nature” painted over her white house on the corner of Spruce Street and Fourth Avenue, homeowner Laraine Claire… Continue reading

Sequim partners with homeowner, Habitat to demolish ‘blighted’ property

A property city officials condemned last summer is no longer standing behind the Sequim Civic Center. A Sequim city crew demolished the home… Continue reading

Neah Bay European green crab total nearly 10 times more than Dungeness

As resource managers continue to catch European green crab in the Sequim area, the invasive species seems to have its pinchers clamped… Continue reading

Sequim Service Fest runs weekdays through June 15

“You wouldn’t believe how good this feels,” said Mark Powless, standing in front of his Sequim home. The retired Costco worker watched as… Continue reading

Fellow Nimitz sailors remember hiker who died on Sequim trail

Friends and fellow sailors aboard the USS Nimitz stationed in Bremerton remember Jeremiah Adams, U.S. Navy Electrician’s Mate Nuclear Power 2nd Class as many things,… Continue reading

Service Fest kicks off Monday

Sequim’s Service Fest will begin Monday and run through the following Friday, June 15, as an effort to help community members with projects… Continue reading

Options to help Kids Fishing Day may be too costly for city, organizers say

With the annual Kids Fishing Day likely delayed to late September or early October, organizers have at least one option percolating while another… Continue reading

Sequim City Council may consider plastic bag ban this year

The Sequim City Council is considering a ban on some types of plastic bags. Port Angeles has instituted a ban on single-use plastic… Continue reading

OMC intent on expanding primary care access, CEO tells Sequim City Council

While bringing an emergency medical facility to Sequim may be a priority for the city of Sequim and Clallam County Fire District 3,… Continue reading

Sequim gaming convention set for August

A small group of gamers looks to bring fans of all ages across the North Olympic Peninsula together for a new gaming experience… Continue reading

Sequim’s Pioneer Park fountain revived

Water is once again running over the top of Pioneer Memorial Park’s fountain. More than 50 people attended the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of… Continue reading

Sequim City Council member Leonard-Ray to resign

Sequim City Council member Pam Leonard-Ray has announced she’s putting family first and stepping down from office effective later this month. Her plan,… Continue reading

Hunt for invasive green crab catches 22 in Dungeness in first month

Local resource managers are back on the hunt for European green crab. Last year, the invasive species, considered one of the world’s worst,… Continue reading

The Sequim High School Marching Band crosses Sequim Avenue in last year’s Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade. This year they’ll make the trek along Washington Street as entry No. 18 on Saturday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Irrigation Festival celebrates Grand Finale Weekend

Following a smooth first weekend, organizers of the 123rd Sequim Irrigation Festival plan to finish with a Grand Finale. Events run through Sunday.… Continue reading

The Sequim High School Marching Band crosses Sequim Avenue in last year’s Sequim Irrigation Festival Grand Parade. This year they’ll make the trek along Washington Street as entry No. 18 on Saturday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Irrigation Festival’s first weekend includes Family Fun Day, operetta

Washington state’s longest-running festival , the Sequim Irrigation Festival, begins its 123rd edition today. The two-weekend event — Come to Sequim with Me… Continue reading

Library trustees to consider special district to fund new Sequim Library

A proposed expansion of the Sequim Library could go before voters this November depending on a special meeting of the North Olympic Library… Continue reading

Community celebrates completion of McDonald Creek Bridge; span expected to reopen Tuesday

Close to 100 community members braved the wet weather to usher in the nearly complete McDonald Creek Bridge on Saturday. The bridge is… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail bridge partially sinks in Blyn

Pedestrians and cyclists in Blyn, east of Sequim, will see a detour for the foreseeable future after a portion of the Dean Creek… Continue reading