Matthew Nash

Sequim City Council selects salon owner Armacost as newest member

For the second time this year, the Sequim City Council has appointed a new member. William Armacost, 63, was selected at Monday’s council… Continue reading

Sequim’s assistant city manager takes job in California

A familiar face is once again leaving Sequim City Hall. Sequim Assistant City Manager Joe Irvin recently accepted the same position in Healdsburg,… Continue reading

Lawsuit over Dungeness cell tower settled

A legal dispute between Dungeness homeowners and owners/operators of a 150-foot cell tower is over. Dungeness Heights Homeowners agreed to settle on July… Continue reading

Sequim scientists to study fish reactions to turbines as new partnership with University of Alaska Fairbanks

A new five-year agreement between Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Alaska Fairbanks makes Sequim’s Marine Sciences Laboratory a key part… Continue reading

Sequim man survives Alaska plane crash

A Sequim man is one of 11 survivors of a plane crash on an Alaskan mountain last week. David Price, owner of Price… Continue reading

Red Cross redistributes emergency resources across Olympic Peninsula

The Red Cross of Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas hopes to work with area agencies to distribute and store some of its disaster resources… Continue reading

Sequim considering code enforcement changes

SEQUIM— Code enforcement in the city of Sequim might be retooled in the near future. Following a new study, Stewardship Sequim: Recommendations for a clean,… Continue reading

Carlsborg 66-manufactured home park decision expected by July 26

Another decision looms for a proposed 55-and-older manufactured home development in Carlsborg on the corner of Atterberry and Hooker roads. Clallam County Hearing… Continue reading

Sequim pianist Jennifer Thomas finds ‘The Fire Within’

“She’s at peace and yet somehow on fire.” “Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it.” Sequim composer… Continue reading

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                                IHOP closed June 24 after more than eight years in operation on West Washington Street in Sequim.

IHOP closes after eight years in Sequim

After eight years serving Sequim citizens breakfast foods early in the morning to late at night, the International House of Pancakes closed June 24. Employees… Continue reading

<strong>Matthew Nash</strong>/Olympic Peninsula News Group
                                IHOP closed June 24 after more than eight years in operation on West Washington Street in Sequim.

Neighbors, border collie save heron after fall from nest

Sequim photographers Suzanne Anaya and Ken Kennedy recently found themselves moving from behind the camera to front and center to help one of… Continue reading

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