Matthew Nash

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down

Looking at average earnings from 1970 at 2015 rates, the average job earned $43,000 in Clallam whereas in 2014, the same job earned about $39,000, when figured at 2015 rates.

Peninsula gains jobs — but average pay down
Sequim pool welcomes swim team

Sequim pool welcomes swim team

While the welcome was warm Monday at the facility at 610 N. Fifth Ave., the water was not so much.

Sequim pool welcomes swim team
Sequim schools to replace sinks with high lead before first day of school

Sequim schools to replace sinks with high lead before first day of school

Lead testing on Sequim’s other schools wasn’t conducted over the summer as originally planned.

Sequim schools to replace sinks with high lead before first day of school
Sequim looks to live-stream public meetings in 2017

Sequim looks to live-stream public meetings in 2017

The intent behind live-streaming and archiving the meetings is to increase public access, the city said.

Sequim looks to live-stream public meetings in 2017
A group of Sequim residents gathers in front of the Sequim Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Thursday to wave and honor former Sequim schools traffic attendant Mike Lovejoy at his funeral. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

WEEKEND REWIND: Sequim residents honor former crossing guard with trademark friendly waves at his funeral

SEQUIM — About 40 people gathered to honor a man known for his smile. Michael Lovejoy, a Sequim Schools paraeducator who had been on a… Continue reading

A group of Sequim residents gathers in front of the Sequim Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Thursday to wave and honor former Sequim schools traffic attendant Mike Lovejoy at his funeral. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Two buildings slated for Greywolf Elementary will include as a building material cross-laminated lumber

WEEKEND REWIND: Sequim’s Greywolf Elementary to see two buildings from state funds; cross-laminated timber to be used in construction

SEQUIM — Two buildings housing four classrooms and using cross-laminated timber are planned at Greywolf Elementary as part of a pilot project. Earlier this year,… Continue reading

Two buildings slated for Greywolf Elementary will include as a building material cross-laminated lumber
Sequim stamp collector Cathie Osborne pulls out some of her books holding stamps from all over the world. Her main focus is bell stamps

WEEKEND: Stamp show captures variety of passions, interests in Sequim on Saturday

SEQUIM — Their tastes differ but they all share a passion for stamp collecting. Whether it's seeking out lighthouses, flowers or superheroes, each member of… Continue reading

Sequim stamp collector Cathie Osborne pulls out some of her books holding stamps from all over the world. Her main focus is bell stamps
Sequim stamp collector Cathie Osborne pulls out some of her books holding stamps from all over the world. Her main focus is bell stamps

WEEKEND: Stamp show captures variety of passions, interests in Sequim on Saturday

SEQUIM — Their tastes differ but they all share a passion for stamp collecting. Whether it's seeking out lighthouses, flowers or superheroes, each member of… Continue reading

Sequim stamp collector Cathie Osborne pulls out some of her books holding stamps from all over the world. Her main focus is bell stamps
Kristina Nelson-Gross — Ted Miller ()

Sequim residents to vote Nov. 8 on consumer fireworks ban — corrected

EDITOR'S NOTE — This has been corrected to read that the ban, as envisioned now, would prohibit discharge of all consumer fireworks including sparklers and… Continue reading

Kristina Nelson-Gross — Ted Miller ()
Two buildings slated for Greywolf Elementary will include as a building material cross-laminated lumber

Sequim’s Greywolf Elementary to see two buildings from state funds; cross-laminated timber to be used in construction

SEQUIM — Two buildings housing four classrooms and using cross-laminated timber are planned at Greywolf Elementary as part of a pilot project. Earlier this year,… Continue reading

Two buildings slated for Greywolf Elementary will include as a building material cross-laminated lumber
A group of Sequim residents gathers in front of the Sequim Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Thursday to wave and honor former Sequim schools traffic attendant Mike Lovejoy at his funeral. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim residents honor former crossing guard with trademark friendly waves at his funeral

SEQUIM — About 40 people gathered to honor a man known for his smile. Michael Lovejoy, a Sequim Schools paraeducator who had been on a… Continue reading

A group of Sequim residents gathers in front of the Sequim Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Thursday to wave and honor former Sequim schools traffic attendant Mike Lovejoy at his funeral. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Ernesto Flores

Sequim Schools’ survey says community would support bond now; board directors to discuss findings July 27

SEQUIM — The results are in and a telephone survey about capital improvement projects in the Sequim School District shows voters would support a new… Continue reading

Ernesto Flores
Barb Landbeck and Maribel Gonzalez

Sequim rolling out the lavender carpet for thousands of visitors this weekend

SEQUIM — Sequim's busiest days are here so prepare your sunglasses, satchels and selfie sticks for the Sequim Lavender Weekend that begins today. This year… Continue reading

Barb Landbeck and Maribel Gonzalez
Barb Landbeck and Maribel Gonzalez

Sequim rolling out the lavender carpet for thousands of visitors this weekend

SEQUIM — Sequim's busiest days are here so prepare your sunglasses, satchels and selfie sticks for the Sequim Lavender Weekend that begins today. This year… Continue reading

Barb Landbeck and Maribel Gonzalez
Don Berger holds an art piece created by fellow driftwood sculptor Cliff Peterson that he plans to finish for him by today and the start of the Olympic Driftwood Sculptors' annual Lavender Weekend show. Peterson asked Berger to finish it for him due to health issues so that he could give it to his health provider. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

WEEKEND: Driftwood sculptors help each other as friends; three-day show begins today in Sequim

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, July 19. SEQUIM — When a friend came calling, Don Berger was happy to help — or, in… Continue reading

Don Berger holds an art piece created by fellow driftwood sculptor Cliff Peterson that he plans to finish for him by today and the start of the Olympic Driftwood Sculptors' annual Lavender Weekend show. Peterson asked Berger to finish it for him due to health issues so that he could give it to his health provider. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
The Sequim City Council will discuss a referendum on fireworks within the city limits. — Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group ()

Sequim City Council to mull a public vote on fireworks

SEQUIM — Talks about banning fireworks within the Sequim city limits are back on, and this time, City Council members are considering putting it to… Continue reading

The Sequim City Council will discuss a referendum on fireworks within the city limits. — Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group ()

City of Sequim seeking relief from traffic congestion, particularly at Sequim Avenue/Washington Street intersection

SEQUIM — City staff members are eyeing solutions to traffic congestion, especially at the Sequim Avenue and Washington Street intersection. City staff and traffic consultants… Continue reading

Sequim plans repairs of portion of city’s Fir Street

SEQUIM — The city will seek bids next month to overlay Fir Street from Fifth Avenue to Ninth Avenue. David Garlington, Sequim's public works director,… Continue reading

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Input accepted until June 24 on proposed Sequim development

SEQUIM — A proposed 98-lot single family home development, Legacy Ridge, spanning 41.8 acres, is in the public comment period through June 24. The preliminary… Continue reading

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Input accepted until June 24 on proposed Sequim development

SEQUIM — A proposed 98-lot single family home development, Legacy Ridge, spanning 41.8 acres, is in the public comment period through June 24. The preliminary… Continue reading

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