Matthew Nash

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

Fir Street construction pushed to early 2019, Lavender Festival still moving to Carrie Blake Park this summer

The 18-month reconstruction of Fir Street by Sequim schools has been put on hold through 2019. Work originally was slated to begin this… Continue reading

Puppy Pilots program seeks help raising dogs for the blind

Whether at the theater, on the streets, or in the grocery store, it’s likely you’ve crossed paths with Puppy Pilots volunteers. For more… Continue reading

Sequim Council votes against neighborhood commercial development

After nearly a month of consideration, the Sequim City Council has opted to leave a residential 2-acre parcel as such rather than change… Continue reading

Sequim seeing rise in swan population

This winter, locals can look to Sequim’s skies and waters for booming trumpeter swan populations. “They’ve definitely been rising in recent years,” said… Continue reading

Chicken coop lost to blaze west of Sequim

Twenty-foot flames led firefighters to a blaze in a chicken coop west of Sequim. The fire Tuesday night likely was caused by a… Continue reading

Sequim lavender street fair to be moved this summer

Fir Street construction, planned to begin in July, will prompt the move of the Sequim Lavender Festival street fair this year. This year… Continue reading

Construction to make Fir Street one-way

More details are falling into place for the long-planned reconstruction of a portion of Fir Street near Sequim School District’s campuses. Designs to… Continue reading

Sequim City Council selects States for vacant seat

Sequim City Council members unanimously voted to fill a vacant seat with a business development manager and co-owner of Wind Rose Cellars. Sequim’s… Continue reading

Olympic National Park’s mules run free in Sequim

Locals are calling last Friday night “The Great Mule Roundup of 2017.” Sequim Police Department reports 28 mules were found loose trotting in… Continue reading

Dungeness vacation home lost to fire on 3 Crabs Road

The cause of a house fire on 3 Crabs Road late Monday night remained under investigation Tuesday, said fire officials. Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Sequim’s Star Wars Connection: Episode II — more details emerge about local ties to the space opera

Wookiees. Tauntauns. Ugnaughts. Since the 1970s, this mix of creatures has made an impact in the Star Wars universe helping fly the Millennium… Continue reading

Movie crew, Jeff Goldblum visit Sequim’s Blondie’s Plate

Diners got a taste of Hollywood on Dec. 5 at Sequim’s Blondie’s Plate. Staff and customers spotted Jeff Goldblum (“Jurassic Park,” “Thor: Ragnarok”)… Continue reading

Sequim City Council renames convention center ‘Guy Cole Events Center’

What’s in a name? Quite a bit for Sequim City Council members in regard to Carrie Blake Park’s Guy Cole Mini-Convention Center. In… Continue reading

Sequim council considering changing convention center’s name

After investing in refurbishing the Guy Cole Convention Center in Carrie Blake Park, Sequim City Council members are considering a rebranding effort. With… Continue reading

Rodlend finds flight in ravens with latest art show

Artist Carrie Rodlend has had a keen eye on the sky in recent months. Since the summer, she’s focused her work on ravens… Continue reading

Warming Center to open in Sequim; more volunteers sought

As winter breezes into town, one woman seeks support for warming those in need. Jean Pratschner has organized a warming center inside the… Continue reading