Matthew Nash

Royalty readying for Sequim Irrigation Festival

Irrigation Festival royalty recently spent an afternoon under Sequim’s sunny skies and among irrigated crops for their annual photo shoot. Photographer Keith Ross… Continue reading

Sequim Girl Scout sells most cookies in Western Washington

After selling more than 3,000 Girl Scout cookies last year, 11-year-old Paige Krzyworz knew she could go even higher. And she did. The… Continue reading

Sequim reaffirms stance to keep John Wayne Marina public

While Port of Port Angeles staff and commissioners continue their fact-gathering process on the John Wayne Marina and consider its possible sale,… Continue reading

Sequim fire district, city seek emergency medical facility

Officials with the city of Sequim and Clallam County Fire District 3 plan to work together to bring an emergency medical facility to… Continue reading

Sunnyside Avenue construction set to finish Friday

The final pavement work along Sunnyside Avenue, which began Monday, is expected to be finished Friday. Jordan Excavating of Port Angeles crew members… Continue reading

USA Today nominates Sequim, Port Townsend in contests

Sequim was No. 1 on Sunday in the Best Small Town for Shopping in the USA Today 10Best Reader’s Choice Awards, while Port Townsend was… Continue reading

McDonald Creek Bridge set to reopen May 1

After months of construction and detours, Clallam County officials announced that McDonald Creek bridge on Old Olympic Highway tentatively will reopen on Tuesday,… Continue reading

Sequim officials consider Prairie Street for possible congestion relief

As Washington Street’s traffic flow continues to grow, drivers could be looking a few blocks south for a new option. Sequim city staff… Continue reading

City of Sequim rolls out annual report in high fashion

It may have been Sequim’s most glamorous City Council meeting ever. Wearing top hats, with strobe lights and flash lights shining around them,… Continue reading

Food Bank adds more parking, seeks summer support for student meals

Plans to expand services at the Sequim Food Bank are underway. On Friday, crews with Blue Mountain Tree Service Inc. of Sequim removed… Continue reading

Sequim opens Guy Cole Events Center kitchen after remodel

The refurbished kitchen at the Guy Cole Events Center is open for use. Dignitaries, business owners, community members and Guy Cole’s family members… Continue reading

Transportation tax renewal to go before Sequim voters

The Sequim City Council will ask city voters in November to renew a two-tenths of 1 percent sales tax to support the Transportation… Continue reading

Stolli statue returns to memorialize popular Sequim dog

The statue of Stolli the dog is back watching over her corner at Hendrickson and Priest roads. After a weird turn of events… Continue reading

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