Matthew Nash

Sequim, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe approve wastewater agreement

Sequim, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe approve wastewater agreement

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe recently inked a deal to send its wastewater to Sequim, with the water lines to be constructed at about… Continue reading

Sequim, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe approve wastewater agreement
Trailer theft leaves Boy Scouts without $900 in camping equipment

Trailer theft leaves Boy Scouts without $900 in camping equipment

Stolen camping equipment isn’t going to keep Boy Scouts with Sequim Troop 90 from doing good turns. In November, Scoutmaster Rene Nadon discovered… Continue reading

Trailer theft leaves Boy Scouts without $900 in camping equipment
Sequim approves $37.9 million budget for 2019 with small utility increase set

Sequim approves $37.9 million budget for 2019 with small utility increase set

Sequim city residents can anticipate a nominal increase in utility bills starting next year following the Sequim City Council’s approval of next year’s… Continue reading

Sequim approves $37.9 million budget for 2019 with small utility increase set
Blaze destroys Blyn home near Chicken Coop Road

Blaze destroys Blyn home near Chicken Coop Road

Officials said a fire that consumed a Blyn home late Monday morning was tough to fight due to terrain. Assistant Fire Chief Tony… Continue reading

Blaze destroys Blyn home near Chicken Coop Road
Sequim Fir Street reconstruction moved to April

Sequim Fir Street reconstruction moved to April

Anticipated reconstruction on West Fir Street is on hold again. City of Sequim officials report the anticipated January start date to reconstruct the… Continue reading

Sequim Fir Street reconstruction moved to April
Sequim students to stage classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ for two weekends

Sequim students to stage classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ for two weekends

After a year off, Sequim High students bring back the All-School Play with a Christmas classic. For two weekends they’ll stage Charles Dickens’… Continue reading

Sequim students to stage classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ for two weekends
Third-grader joins computer group, helps start school club

Third-grader joins computer group, helps start school club

Age doesn’t discriminate when it comes to being a tech guru. Aiden Johnson, 8, of Port Angeles is showing students and seniors that computers can… Continue reading

Third-grader joins computer group, helps start school club
Sequim man celebrates donating 100 pints of blood

Sequim man celebrates donating 100 pints of blood

Doug Brundage, 62, recently hit the centennial mark for giving. He gave his 100th pint of blood through Bloodworks Northwest at a mobile… Continue reading

Sequim man celebrates donating 100 pints of blood
Sequim Bee Farm up again for Kitsap Bank award

Sequim Bee Farm up again for Kitsap Bank award

Bees have been flying around in Buddy and Meg DePew’s mind for years. For Buddy, it began with an unusual encounter 30 years… Continue reading

Sequim Bee Farm up again for Kitsap Bank award
Housing plan details 11 options for affordable options in Sequim

Housing plan details 11 options for affordable options in Sequim

In the coming months, Sequim city leaders plan to consider a proposed Affordable Housing Action Plan that consultants have said could impact residents’… Continue reading

Housing plan details 11 options for affordable options in Sequim
Bread & Gravy to perform at Music Live

Bread & Gravy to perform at Music Live

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will continue its Music Live at One series with local group Bread & Gravy at 1 p.m. Tuesday. The… Continue reading

Bread & Gravy to perform at Music Live
Fire District 3’s levy lid lift passes

Fire District 3’s levy lid lift passes

Cuts and deficits no longer loom in the immediate future for firefighters and paramedics for the immediate future following Clallam and Jefferson county… Continue reading

Fire District 3’s levy lid lift passes
Residents renew Sequim’s transportation tax

Residents renew Sequim’s transportation tax

City transportation projects in Sequim will continue uninterrupted after voters agreed to support a special tax through 2029. Sequim residents voted to renew… Continue reading

Residents renew Sequim’s transportation tax
OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019

OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019

Olympic Medical Center’s pilot program at the YMCA of Sequim, which opened more than a year ago, aims to expand its offerings in… Continue reading

OMC Wellness Services at YMCA of Sequim looks to expand offerings in 2019
Girl scouts kick start shoe drive: Girl Scout Troop brings in 130 pairs for Clallam foster children

Girl scouts kick start shoe drive: Girl Scout Troop brings in 130 pairs for Clallam foster children

Kids helping kids. That was the idea behind Girl Scout Troop 45181’s recent shoe drive for Clallam County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).… Continue reading

Girl scouts kick start shoe drive: Girl Scout Troop brings in 130 pairs for Clallam foster children
Advocates look to fight ‘public health epidemic’

Advocates look to fight ‘public health epidemic’

At the current rate, more than 140,000 people in Washington state could be living with Alzheimer’s disease by 2025, researchers estimate. “What we’re… Continue reading

Advocates look to fight ‘public health epidemic’
Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness

Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness

Resource managers at Dungeness’ Washington Maritime National Wildlife Refuge are happy to find less of what they were hunting. Lorenz Sollmann, deputy project… Continue reading

Green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness
Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank

Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank

Sequim police officers continue to investigate a string of theft and burglaries at the Sequim Food Bank. Stephen Rosales, board president for the… Continue reading

Police investigate thefts at Sequim Food Bank
Sequim declines $1M loan for Prairie Street, looks to still do public outreach

Sequim declines $1M loan for Prairie Street, looks to still do public outreach

Funding won’t be coming through quite as planned for projected work on Prairie Street. Sequim’s Public Works director David Garlington told city council… Continue reading

Sequim declines $1M loan for Prairie Street, looks to still do public outreach
Train show travels to Clallam County fairgrounds

Train show travels to Clallam County fairgrounds

Like their love for trains, the annual North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders’ show keeps growing. In its 19th year, the Train Show and… Continue reading

Train show travels to Clallam County fairgrounds