Matthew Nash

Water Matters — Nov. 29, 2017 — Well of gratitude

“It’s the best water you can drink,” my Aunt Mary Beth would say about the well when my family visited their farm near the Sierra… Continue reading

Boys & Girls Clubs’ auction exceeds fundraiser goal

The Sequim community gave the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula a big salute and pat on the back on Veterans Day. At… Continue reading

Boys Girls Clubs get big tech boost from big grants

While the end of the game many not have worked out for the Seahawks on Nov. 5, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic… Continue reading

Familiar faces highlight change in Sequim High’s drama program

Sequim High School’s drama program is continuing on with some familiar faces. John and Laura Lorentzen and David McInnes, all Sequim School District teachers, agreed… Continue reading

Girl Scouts help remodel childrens space in Sequim police station

One nook of the Sequim Police Department is more kid-friendly thanks to the efforts of some hard working girl scouts. Earlier this fall, members of… Continue reading

Sequim businesses prep for busy Thanksgiving shopping weekend

As Thanksgiving meals come out of the oven, Sequim’s shoppers may already be hitting the pavement for one of the biggest, or possibly most hyped… Continue reading

Volunteers Joel Ogden and Anne Notman with Sequim Community Aid help Sheena Touchard look for toys at last year’s Toys for Sequim Kids. Organizers said 400 children in Sequim received items from the event in 2016. This year, the event is set for Dec. 13, at the Sequim Prairie Grange. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew

Sequim Community Aid seeks donations for Toys for Sequim Kids on Dec. 13

This December, Sequim Community Aid continues its 70-year tradition of providing presents for local children at its Toys for Sequim Kids giveaway. Slated for 9… Continue reading

Volunteers Joel Ogden and Anne Notman with Sequim Community Aid help Sheena Touchard look for toys at last year’s Toys for Sequim Kids. Organizers said 400 children in Sequim received items from the event in 2016. This year, the event is set for Dec. 13, at the Sequim Prairie Grange. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew

All about waste reduction at Alder Wood Bistro

Alder Wood Bistro 139 W. Alder St., Sequim 360-683-4321 for reservations. Alderwoodbistro.com As the holidays approach and garbage cans begin to overflow in the kitchen… Continue reading

City councilors approve 128 home development

Willow Creek Manor, a 128-home subdivision, will move forward with construction despite safety concerns from neighbors and the Sequim Planning Commission. Sequim City Councilors approved… Continue reading

Girls Swim: Govertsen earns two podium finishes at state

Four Wolves swam to an 18th place finish and two podium finishes at the 2A state swim and diving meet last weekend. Sonja Govertsen earned… Continue reading

Sequim Food Bank set to expand with new property

Leaders at the Sequim Food Bank, 144 W. Alder St., look to expand its offerings once again. Andra Smith, executive director for the facility, said… Continue reading

Sunrise Rotary establishes new endowment

Members of the Sequim Sunrise Rotary Club recently announced a new endowment that can support the local and global community. Club President Jon Jack said… Continue reading

Turkey Trot runs again at Helen Haller

Sequim elementary students are readying to run at Helen Haller before Thanksgiving. Students in grades K-5 seek at least $20,000 in donations for the second… Continue reading

Girls swim: Two relays set for state

A small team swam to some big results at districts last weekend. Sequim girls finished eighth overall at the West Central Districts swim and dive… Continue reading

Remembering Robert and Robby: Streett family hosts memorial service Nov. 12 in PA Library

Grange breakfast to benefit Streett family The Sequim Prairie Grange hosts a pancake breakfast from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, at 290 Macleay Road,… Continue reading

Sequim grad recovering from fall, continuing filmmaker path

Luke Silliman, the 2017 Sequim grad who fell from a Chicago bridge in mid-October, is out of the hospital and already continuing classes to pursue… Continue reading

Sequim’s $32.7M budget proposal includes rate increases, Fir Street repairs

In the coming weeks, Sequim City Councilors will tentatively approve a $32.7 million budget that includes some big projects and rate increases for residents and… Continue reading

City, fishermen look to improve pond fishing

As projects continue around Carrie Blake Community Park, officials with the City of Sequim are considering new options for fishing there too. For 12 years,… Continue reading

Fire destroys Dungeness home, sends two to hospital

Two women were rescued last Friday from a structure fire that was seen from as far away as Port Angeles. The home at 20 Thornton… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Wolves finish season with a win

Following a banner year, the Wolves’ girls soccer team just missed out on a return trip to districts. Sequim finished its regular season on Oct.… Continue reading