Matthew Nash

Sequim Wheelers set second season of free rides

Sequim Wheelers set second season of free rides

The Sequim Wheelers are readying to roll out for a second season. Volunteers for the nonprofit revealed the group’s second adaptive bike during… Continue reading

Sequim Wheelers set second season of free rides
Dungeness Valley Creamery’s raw milk recall continues
Dungeness Valley Creamery’s raw milk recall continues
Sequim’s Carrie Rodlend hosts Earth Day Open Studio

Sequim’s Carrie Rodlend hosts Earth Day Open Studio

For more than 30 years, artist Carrie Rodlend, 66, has gleaned inspiration from the sights and sounds of the Olympic Peninsula. So it… Continue reading

Sequim’s Carrie Rodlend hosts Earth Day Open Studio
Sequim lavender guide offers information, photos

Sequim lavender guide offers information, photos

As skies grow sunnier, the sights and smells of lavender can’t be far away. Sequim author Bonnie Louise Gillis aims to make lavender… Continue reading

Sequim lavender guide offers information, photos
County commissioners asks staff to review Carlsborg Sewer ordinance

County commissioners asks staff to review Carlsborg Sewer ordinance

After Sequim School Board members asked for an indefinite extension to connect Greywolf Elementary School to the Carlsborg Sewer Project, Clallam County… Continue reading

County commissioners asks staff to review Carlsborg Sewer ordinance
USA Today nominates Sequim for ‘Best Small Town For Shopping’ and ‘Cultural Scene’
USA Today nominates Sequim for ‘Best Small Town For Shopping’ and ‘Cultural Scene’
Man who recently moved to Diamond Point dies the day after airlift from new helipad

Man who recently moved to Diamond Point dies the day after airlift from new helipad

Dan Murphy had fallen from a ladder while he was working on a hangar at his new home

Man who recently moved to Diamond Point dies the day after airlift from new helipad
Internationally renowned pianist plays Music Live April 9

Internationally renowned pianist plays Music Live April 9

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will welcome on Tuesday internationally renowned concert pianist Anson Ka-Lik Sin — who won an award at the 2013… Continue reading

Internationally renowned pianist plays Music Live April 9
Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royalty float generator stolen

Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royalty float generator stolen

Volunteers with the Sequim Irrigation Festival aren’t letting a recent theft rain on their parade. Sometime between late afternoon Tuesday and Wednesday evening,… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royalty float generator stolen
Diamond Point residents seek upgraded helipad for emergencies

Diamond Point residents seek upgraded helipad for emergencies

Diamond Point residents aim to rally the community and local Boy Scouts to help improve Diamond Point Airport 2WA1’s helipad. Currently, the helipad… Continue reading

Diamond Point residents seek upgraded helipad for emergencies
Sequim QFC to stop offering single-use plastic bags

Sequim QFC to stop offering single-use plastic bags

On Monday, Sequim’s QFC joins a company-wide campaign to stop using single-use carry-out plastic bags at its registers. Jeff Lundstrom, manager of the… Continue reading

Sequim QFC to stop offering single-use plastic bags
Neighbors seek to stop Carlsborg manufactured home park in Kitsap County Superior Court

Neighbors seek to stop Carlsborg manufactured home park in Kitsap County Superior Court

Nearby residents of a potential manufactured home park in Carlsborg look to stop development once again. The Concerned Atterberry Neighbors, or CAN, and… Continue reading

Neighbors seek to stop Carlsborg manufactured home park in Kitsap County Superior Court
Sequim Fir Street rehab contract set at $6.2 million

Sequim Fir Street rehab contract set at $6.2 million

After years of planning, construction on West Fir Street could begin once the Irrigation Festival ends, according to Sequim city staffers. The Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim Fir Street rehab contract set at $6.2 million
‘American Idol’ contestant at home on Peninsula

‘American Idol’ contestant at home on Peninsula

A Sequim High School graduate now living in Quilcene is making sound waves on the airwaves with his unique vocal styles. Kalan Wolfe,… Continue reading

‘American Idol’ contestant at home on Peninsula
Sequim grad’s ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns for season 3

Sequim grad’s ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns for season 3

Sequim grad Bristol Marunde and his wife Aubrey will remain fixtures on television starting Thursday. The couple’s “Flip or Flop Vegas” returns for… Continue reading

Sequim grad’s ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns for season 3
Sequim Irrigation royalty to see float on Saturday

Sequim Irrigation royalty to see float on Saturday

Queen, princesses crowned for May fesitval

Sequim Irrigation royalty to see float on Saturday
Nash’s Organic Produce starts online campaign after birds eat spring crops

Nash’s Organic Produce starts online campaign after birds eat spring crops

After 10 acres of their spring crops were eaten by migrating birds after a heavy February snowfall, staff with Nash’s Organic Produce in… Continue reading

Nash’s Organic Produce starts online campaign after birds eat spring crops
Sequim School District seeks extension for Carlsborg sewer connection

Sequim School District seeks extension for Carlsborg sewer connection

A looming deadline to connect to the Carlsborg Sewer Project could mean a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars for Sequim School… Continue reading

Sequim School District seeks extension for Carlsborg sewer connection
Irrigation Festival pageant reset for Thursday

Irrigation Festival pageant reset for Thursday

The contestants are the same, the show is the same. It’s just at a new day for the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s annual Royalty… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival pageant reset for Thursday
Schools’ central kitchen nearly ready, ribbon cutting set

Schools’ central kitchen nearly ready, ribbon cutting set

The Sequim School District’s new central kitchen is expected to be ready for use in April. The kitchen is expected to be largely… Continue reading

Schools’ central kitchen nearly ready, ribbon cutting set