Matthew Nash

Invasive green crab count hits 87 on Dungeness Spit

As crabbing season reaches its midpoint in the area, state and federal resource managers report they’ve caught 87 of the invasive European green… Continue reading

Decision on Carlsborg manufactured homes site expected by Aug. 11

Clallam County Hearing Examiner Andrew Reeves will make a decision by Aug. 11 on whether 73… Continue reading

Annual show’s featured quilter focuses on big show, big quilts

When Murph Gerber, 74, quilts, she likes to go big. “I mostly make king-size quilts,” she… Continue reading

Victor’s Lavender Farm adds second location in Sequim

With the help of his family, Victor Gonzalez, owner of Victor’s Lavender Farm, looks to expand his lavender reach. Gonzalez, his brother Sergio… Continue reading

Air Affaire organizers seek hot air balloon passengers for Aug. 26-27

Organizers of the Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire on Aug. 26-27 in Carlsborg look to bring in… Continue reading

Entrance realignment for Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park set to begin mid-August

Construction will soon begin to realign the entrance to Carrie Blake Park. Sequim city engineer Matt Klontz said construction tentatively will begin in… Continue reading

Jardin du Soleil’s Jungible Music Series returns

Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm brings back its weekly concert series, the Jungible Summer Music Series,… Continue reading

McDonald Creek Bridge set for closure July 5 as businesses ready for impact

McDonald Creek Bridge likely will close in the coming weeks for up to nine months for reconstruction, which could lead to an inconvenience… Continue reading

Carlsborg manufactured homes hearing continued to July

Those interested in the status of the proposed community of 73 manufactured homes in Carlsborg… Continue reading

Green crab count rises to 72 on Dungeness Spit

Trapping efforts continue at Graveyard Spit on the Dungeness Spit as federal and state resource managers continue to find the invasive European green… Continue reading

Attic fire displaces two homeowners near Sequim

An attic fire that burned a home’s roof north of Sequim has left two homeowners displaced.… Continue reading

Sequim looks to finish remodel of Guy Cole Convention Center

A full remodel of the Guy Cole Convention Center might come by year’s end. City staff told the Sequim City Council last Monday… Continue reading

STATE TENNIS: Sequim duo off to state

Sequim’s Hannah D’Amico and Jessica Dietzman stayed the course last week and now are the Wolves’ second doubles team to earn a 2A… Continue reading

Sequim to replace police vehicles

The Sequim Police Department continues to change out its fleet. The department’s Ford Crown Victorias are… Continue reading

Sequim staff plan repairs for roads damaged by winter weather

Recent winter weather made some Sequim streets worse for wear. Hemlock Street between South Fourth and… Continue reading

Carlsborg man’s ‘Star Wars’ collection likely one of the biggest on Peninsula

Jon Gray remembers his first action figures well from the original 1977 “Star Wars: A New Hope.” His mom, Liisa, returned from a trip and… Continue reading

Crain sworn in as Sequim police chief

The title of Sequim Police Chief was made official for veteran officer Sheri Crain in front… Continue reading

Sequim artist switches hands, finds new goals after stroke

Following a tragic event and a simple act of kindness, Linda Stadtmiller, 68, knew she couldn’t give up her passion. For more than… Continue reading

Sequim City Council to consider ban on fireworks discharge

City council members will discuss and possibly vote on banning the discharge of consumer fireworks when… Continue reading

Sequim police dog Chase calls it a career

The police chief said he anticipates donations will pay for a new canine.