Matthew Nash

Sequim bans ‘dangerous dogs’

Sequim bans ‘dangerous dogs’

Starting the first of next year, dogs declared dangerous will no longer be allowed in Sequim city limits. City Council members unanimously approved,… Continue reading

Sequim bans ‘dangerous dogs’
Sequim council agrees to one-year deal with Economic Development Corp.

Sequim council agrees to one-year deal with Economic Development Corp.

The Sequim City Council has chosen to re-up with the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. through 2018, after a two-year gap of not… Continue reading

Sequim council agrees to one-year deal with Economic Development Corp.
Seasonal hunt ends; after finding 96 green crabs, trapping to resume in April

Seasonal hunt ends; after finding 96 green crabs, trapping to resume in April

The hunt in Dungeness for the invasive European green crab is over for the season. Resource managers report that since April, they’ve caught… Continue reading

Seasonal hunt ends; after finding 96 green crabs, trapping to resume in April
Seaweed line could be next wave of future in fuel

Seaweed line could be next wave of future in fuel

A better fuel for tomorrow could soon be floating along the West Coast. Officials with the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory… Continue reading

Seaweed line could be next wave of future in fuel
Sequim High School grad falls from bridge in Chicago

Sequim High School grad falls from bridge in Chicago

Aspiring Sequim filmmaker Luke Silliman, 18, finds himself in a scene he never would have imagined for his first semester of college. His… Continue reading

Sequim High School grad falls from bridge in Chicago
Dogs euthanized after attacking Sequim man

Dogs euthanized after attacking Sequim man

Two of three dogs that attacked a Sequim man were euthanized last week at the Clallam County Humane Society. Sequim police sergeants said… Continue reading

Dogs euthanized after attacking Sequim man
Sequim teen to bring back “Pumpkins for a Cause” on Saturday

Sequim teen to bring back “Pumpkins for a Cause” on Saturday

Sequim teen Carson Holt plans to once again sell pumpkins for local causes, but this year he’s in new digs. For his fifth… Continue reading

Sequim teen to bring back “Pumpkins for a Cause” on Saturday
Railroaders host 18th show Saturday-Sunday at Sequim Grange

Railroaders host 18th show Saturday-Sunday at Sequim Grange

Even car guys can like trains. For 40-plus years, Pat Furey of Sequim worked for General Motors, designing interiors for automobiles, or “literally… Continue reading

Railroaders host 18th show Saturday-Sunday at Sequim Grange
Dungeness cell tower to go up in November

Dungeness cell tower to go up in November

A radio-cell tower in Dungeness that area residents fought against in recent months will be upright and operational by November, developers said. The… Continue reading

Dungeness cell tower to go up in November
Foundation aims to expand Sequim Skate Park; Emblem 3 one of first donors to effort

Foundation aims to expand Sequim Skate Park; Emblem 3 one of first donors to effort

Skaters and cyclists look to ramp up efforts to redesign the 17-year-old Sequim Skate Park in Carrie Blake Park. Leaders of the Sequim… Continue reading

Foundation aims to expand Sequim Skate Park; Emblem 3 one of first donors to effort
Survivors, supporters rally for 20th year at Mad Hatter’s Tea

Survivors, supporters rally for 20th year at Mad Hatter’s Tea

Bright hats and hearts filled Sequim Community Church’s auditorium for the annual Mad Hatter’s Tea. It was the 20th year for the event,… Continue reading

Survivors, supporters rally for 20th year at Mad Hatter’s Tea
Gardener says goodbye to organic garden she helped grow

Gardener says goodbye to organic garden she helped grow

For more than nine years, Liz Harper has helped cultivate the Community Organic Gardens of Sequim. She and dozens of other gardeners have… Continue reading

Gardener says goodbye to organic garden she helped grow

Sequim council removes Fourth of July celebration from budget

City Council members have agreed not to dedicate funds in the 2017-18 budget to a Fourth of July celebration in Sequim. “We’re not… Continue reading

Sequim couple remembers value of humor after cancer diagnosis

Sequim couple remembers value of humor after cancer diagnosis

After a cancer diagnosis, husband-and-wife Pepper and Vonnie Putnam of Sequim say it’s important to stay positive and keep your sense of humor.… Continue reading

Sequim couple remembers value of humor after cancer diagnosis
Dungeness hunt for green crab winding down for winter

Dungeness hunt for green crab winding down for winter

In the coming week, resource managers on the Dungeness Spit look to wrap up their season’s hunt for the invasive European green crab.… Continue reading

Dungeness hunt for green crab winding down for winter
Fire commissioners deny grant over concerns for future finances

Fire commissioners deny grant over concerns for future finances

Despite the possibility of adding six full-time firefighters to the workforce, Clallam County Fire District 3… Continue reading

Fire commissioners deny grant over concerns for future finances
Dungeness River Festival offers exhibits, activities on one day only this year

Dungeness River Festival offers exhibits, activities on one day only this year

Organizers of the Dungeness River Festival will do it all in one day this year. The 18th edition of the festival will run… Continue reading

Dungeness River Festival offers exhibits, activities on one day only this year
Sequim lab using thermal imaging in aid of bird-friendly wind power

Sequim lab using thermal imaging in aid of bird-friendly wind power

Sequim researchers are investigating ways to help birds, bats and wind turbines co-exist better in skies over oceans. Engineers at the Pacific Northwest… Continue reading

Sequim lab using thermal imaging in aid of bird-friendly wind power
Children celebrate at the Pumpkin Party in the Sequim Prairie Grange’s outdoor kitchen a few years ago. The event grew from an effort to start a Junior Grange in the area and has continued for 12 years each October. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim Prairie Grange celebrates 75 years of farming, rural living

For 75 years, members of the Sequim Prairie Grange have helped keep the rural, small town mindset alive. To celebrate their milestone, about 50 people… Continue reading

Children celebrate at the Pumpkin Party in the Sequim Prairie Grange’s outdoor kitchen a few years ago. The event grew from an effort to start a Junior Grange in the area and has continued for 12 years each October. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash
Lyle Hagen won the sixth Sequim Karaoke Idol contest Aug. 8 at the James Center for Performing Arts. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Karaoke Idol crowns new king at Music in the Park

For the sixth annual Sequim Karaoke Idol contest, Lyle Hagen came out on top. Hagen went against 11 other contestants Aug. 8 and… Continue reading

Lyle Hagen won the sixth Sequim Karaoke Idol contest Aug. 8 at the James Center for Performing Arts. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)