Matthew Nash

City defers to extend hearing examiner’s powers to 2020

Councilors differ on how much power they’d give up over land use issues

City puts MAT poll decision on hold

Councilors seek more options to include more people in decision process

River Festival returns for 21st year

Organizers focus on children, families to instill importance of Dungeness

Sequim to explore direct ownership of John Wayne Marina

City manager says Jamestown, John Wayne Enterprises support efforts

Theater hosts double feature with ‘War of the Worlds,’ ‘OTA Memories’

Olivia Shea directs actors for Olympic Theatre Arts’ upcoming radio play “War of the Worlds” featuring, from left, Greg Scherer, E.J. Anderson III, Mark Valentine,… Continue reading

Wakefield earns Ambassador title for National American Miss

Nine-year-old seeks national title in November

Ward Bridge to open by early October

Construction repairs piers, prevents sinking

Author finishes bucket list with fourth book ‘The Little Red Barn’

McCracken holds book signing Sept. 19 at Adagio

Businesses take sides on MAT discussion

Nursery, restaurant see boycotts over stances

City plans pavement preservation in east Sequim for October

Ruptured water line on Maple Street added to projects

Railroaders to celebrate 20th train show at county fairgrounds

Event becoming so big, organizers considering expansion again

Shipley Center packs center for open house

Annex expansion moving forward

Two candidates withdraw from Sequim School Board races

One race remains contested for November ballot

Center of activity: Shipley Center sets various classes, demonstrations for annual open house

Leaders look to share numerous activities with community

City considers MAT online questionnaire

Sept. 23 meeting tentative decision made

City, residents look for ‘complete street’ ideas

Prairie Street a tight fit for new amenities, residents say

Dungeness gardener’s ‘Zookeeper’s Giraffe’ set for 2020 dahlia handbook

Flower named after husband and wife’s nicknames

With about a month to go in the season, staff and volunteers at the Washington National Wildlife Refuge in Dungeness captured 56 European green crab. The totals are less than the last two years. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Invasive green crab remains present across peninsula

Makah Tribe anticipates more captures than 2018

With about a month to go in the season, staff and volunteers at the Washington National Wildlife Refuge in Dungeness captured 56 European green crab. The totals are less than the last two years. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim acrobat seeks Miss Washington Junior Pre-Teen title

Wakefield, 9, shows no nerves, excited to share hobbies, talent