Matthew Nash

Discovery Memory Care achieves customer experience award

Sequim’s Discovery Memory Care, 408 W. Washington St., recently received the Pinnacle Quality Insight’s 2018 Customer Experience Award. The 55-bed memory care community qualified for… Continue reading

Faith news — April 11, 2018

Catholics welcomed home with free series in Port Angeles A program for Catholics who have been away from the church is set for five more… Continue reading

Farmers share Sequim’s collaborative water conservation efforts

For Western Washington, Sequim has little rain accumulation at about 17 inches of water each year, but the Dungeness River provides many locals their livelihood… Continue reading

Food Bank adds more parking, seeks summer support for student meals

Plans to expand services at the Sequim Food Bank are underway. Last Friday, crews with Blue Mountain Tree Service, Inc., of Sequim removed several large… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival profile: Grand Pioneer Wilma Rhodefer Johnson

With the Sequim Irrigation Festival set to begin in a little over three weeks, the Sequim Gazette looks to its pioneers for some perspective on… Continue reading

OMC named top 20 rural community hospital in consecutive years

Olympic Medical Center was once again named one of 20 Top Rural Community Hospitals in the nation by The National Rural Health Association (NHRA). The… Continue reading

Quality Inn adds automated doors

Staff at Sequim’s Quality Inn & Suites, 134 River Road, recently celebrated the installation of new automated doors. Ms. Wheelchair Washington Stacie Lee was on… Continue reading

Sequim Little League season set to open Saturday

Sequim Little Leaguers are ready for another season of pop flies, double plays and trips around the bases. Opening day kicks off at 10 a.m.… Continue reading

Veterans Corner: Seminar set for veterans’ benefits

Benefit seminar is Saturday There will be a seminar on Veterans’ Benefits from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at the American Legion Hall, 107 E.… Continue reading

City opens Guy Cole Events Center kitchen after remodel

Following the opening of the main hall at the Guy Cole Events Center last May, City of Sequim officials recently opened the doors to the… Continue reading

Transportation tax renewal to go before City of Sequim voters in November

As indicated in January, Sequim city councilors will ask city voters to renew a two-tenths of 1 percent sales tax to support the Transportation Benefit… Continue reading

Adults take the wheel at first pinewood derby event

Adults joined the races last Saturday for the first Pinewood Classic Adult Pinewood Derby at Trinity United Methodist Church. Organizers saw 22 entries with Sequim’s… Continue reading

Protesters rally in Sequim with March for Our Lives event for stricter gun control

Following the lead of survivors of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting on Feb. 14, in which 17 people were killed, about 75 Sequim and… Continue reading

Sequim High teacher Jon Eekhoff sustains injuries from fall

A Sequim teacher is recovering from head trauma in Harborview Medical Center after falling from a ladder at his home. Family and friends said Jon… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival shares first look at royalty float

Smiles and cheers shined through the rain clouds to help usher in the 123rd Sequim Irrigation Festival’s float last Saturday. About 200 people stood in… Continue reading

Sidewalk and curb construction underway by Carrie Blake Park

Construction began March 26 along North Blake Avenue to install new sidewalks and curbs. Crews with InterWest Construction, Inc. of Sequim/Burlington will install new cement… Continue reading

Stolli statue returns to memorialize popular Sequim dog

Stolli the dog, or Sequim’s Sweetheart, is back watching over her corner of Hendrickson and Priest roads. After a weird turn of events and several… Continue reading

Sunnyside construction to close post office access briefly this week

Customers and nearby residents of the Sequim Post Office, 240 S. Sunnyside Ave., will see more of an impact from construction along Sunnyside Avenue starting… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival becomes its own nonprofit following pattern of growth

After nearly 123 years, the Sequim Irrigation Festival has becomes its own entity — as far as the Internal Revenue Service is concerned. Organizers for… Continue reading

Lacrosse season opens for Port Angeles-Sequim

Lacrosse season on the North Olympic Peninsula is going strong for the boys and girls’ Mountaineers’ squads. The Port Angeles-Sequim Mountaineers high school boys hosted… Continue reading