Matthew Nash

Couple pleads not guilty to thefts

Separate four-day trials set for July

Bret Allen Kenney was in court on Friday.

$5 million bail set in officer assault

Man also a person of interest in homicide of his mother

Bret Allen Kenney was in court on Friday.
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Sunny Farms founder Roger Schmidt remembered

Farming, helping others in his blood, family says

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Brian King, left, and Marc Titterness.

Candidates for sheriff debate during forum

Wraparound services, staffing among issues discussed

Brian King, left, and Marc Titterness.
Construction tentatively finishes this week at the new Woodcock Road roundabout. (Bob Lampert)

Woodcock Road roundabout to tentatively finish May 20

Work on the Woodcock Road/Sequim-Dungeness Way roundabout is expected to be completed today, weather permitting, according to Clallam County Roads Department staff. Nick… Continue reading

Construction tentatively finishes this week at the new Woodcock Road roundabout. (Bob Lampert)

Attempted murder trial date set in June

Sequim man pleaded not guilty this month

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Missionary helps complete father’s dream to build home for Guatemalan widow

Sequim team distributes wheelchairs, builds four homes

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The Grand Parade returns at noon Saturday along Washington Street for the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Grand Finale weekend. The last time the parade ran in full was in 2019, seen here.

Grand Finale weekend closes 127th Irrigation Festival

Parade, logging show among attractions

Michael Dashiell/ Olympic Peninsula News Group

The Grand Parade returns at noon Saturday along Washington Street for the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Grand Finale weekend. The last time the parade ran in full was in 2019, seen here.
James Luoma on May 3 in Clallam County Superior Court.

No bail set for Sequim man facing attempted murder charge

A Sequim man is scheduled to enter a plea in Clallam County Superior Court on Friday after he allegedly shot at his neighbor… Continue reading

James Luoma on May 3 in Clallam County Superior Court.

Couple charged with Sequim auto theft spree

Bail set after each accused of felonies

Sgt. Carolee Edwards inspects the scene in front of Hurricane Ridge Veterinary Hospital, where a Tacoma woman crashed a truck after allegedly evading police throughout Sequim. (Roger Huntman)

Sequim police arrest one, seek another in automobile theft spree

Up to 12 charges likely against person in custody

Sgt. Carolee Edwards inspects the scene in front of Hurricane Ridge Veterinary Hospital, where a Tacoma woman crashed a truck after allegedly evading police throughout Sequim. (Roger Huntman)
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Sequim High School band members march through the Kids Parade in 2019. The event returns to downtown Sequim with participants encouraged to gather at 8:45 a.m. Saturday, near the bank lot at Sequim Avenue and Washington Street intersection.

Irrigation Festival sets first weekend of events

Crazy Callen coming Friday through Sunday, with more next week

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Sequim High School band members march through the Kids Parade in 2019. The event returns to downtown Sequim with participants encouraged to gather at 8:45 a.m. Saturday, near the bank lot at Sequim Avenue and Washington Street intersection.

Bail set at $5 million for Sequim man

Attempted murder alleged

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Operetta returns to stage in ‘Emma: A Pop Musical’

Three weekends beginning Friday at Sequim High School

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The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s carnival is on hold this year as the COVID-19 pandemic saw many staffers leave the industry thus limiting availability for many agencies to come to Sequim this year.

Irrigation Fest plans in-person events

Carnival, car show on hold as organizers look to regroup for 2023

Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s carnival is on hold this year as the COVID-19 pandemic saw many staffers leave the industry thus limiting availability for many agencies to come to Sequim this year.
State Patrol’s Crime Scene Response Team members survey a scene near West Hendrickson Road on Thursday where a Sequim man allegedly tried to shoot his neighbor the evening prior. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Man fires at neighbor, police say

Alleged shooter is at Seattle-area hospital

State Patrol’s Crime Scene Response Team members survey a scene near West Hendrickson Road on Thursday where a Sequim man allegedly tried to shoot his neighbor the evening prior. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Babs, a 7-month-old lab in training for Guide Dogs for the Blind, makes her first trek up a paratransit bus ramp with her raiser Karen Tyson. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Clallam Transit takes guide dog trainees for a ride

Canines learning to help visually impaired people

Babs, a 7-month-old lab in training for Guide Dogs for the Blind, makes her first trek up a paratransit bus ramp with her raiser Karen Tyson. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Injured harbor porpoise found on Dungeness beach

Rare occurrence led to euthanasia

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A son’s mission with a father’s support

Former youth pastor leads team to build Guatemalan houses, distribute wheelchairs

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The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s staff will receive authority to grant, deny or waive certifications of proposed federal licenses or permits that may discharge into waters of the United States once its plan is approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. This applies to its reservation and trust lands, such as surface waters on almost 645 acres including the Dungeness River, seen here in November 2020. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

EPA grants Jamestown water testing oversight on reservation, trust lands

Tribal staff must submit quality standards for federal approval

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s staff will receive authority to grant, deny or waive certifications of proposed federal licenses or permits that may discharge into waters of the United States once its plan is approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. This applies to its reservation and trust lands, such as surface waters on almost 645 acres including the Dungeness River, seen here in November 2020. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)