Matthew Nash

Girls swim: Wolves look for state spots at districts this weekend

Another strong year for Sequim’s girls swim team means another large contingency of Wolves at districts. In total, 14 girls will compete or travel as… Continue reading

New entrance opens at Carrie Blake Park

Visitors of the City Sequim’s busiest park started driving on a new path this week. City officials opened the new access road to Carrie Blake… Continue reading

Sequim families enjoy local Halloween events SLIDESHOW

The ghouls and ghosts got out a little early for Halloween this year. Sequim area organizations hosted a handful of events on Oct. 28, for… Continue reading

City bans ‘dangerous dogs’

Starting the first of next year, dogs declared “dangerous” will no longer be allowed in Sequim city limits. Sequim city councilors unanimously approved an update… Continue reading

Girls Soccer: Wolves miss return trip to districts despite win

A win at home Monday evening helped the Wolves’ girls soccer team inch closer to matching North Mason in the standings, but a return appearance… Continue reading

Resource managers end seasonal hunt for European green crab

The hunt in Dungeness for the invasive European green crab is over for the season. Resource managers report that since April they’ve caught 96 green… Continue reading

Sequim grad falls from bridge in Chicago

Aspiring Sequim filmmaker Luke Silliman, 18, finds himself in a scene he never would have imagined for his first semester of college. His mom Jenna… Continue reading

Sequim scientists developing seaweed line as next wave of future in fuel

A better fuel for tomorrow could soon be floating along the West Coast. Officials with the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory recently announced… Continue reading

Sequim Black Bear Diner’s sales growth the best in franchise so far in ‘17

The wooden bears towering over customers at Sequim’s Black Bear Diner, 1471 E. Washington St., may be big, but apparently so is business. Managers for… Continue reading

Dogs to be euthanized after attacking Sequim man

Two of three dogs that attacked a Sequim man were humanely euthanized last week at the Clallam County Humane Society. Sequim Police sergeants said they… Continue reading

Football: Wolves edge Trojans in Homecoming classic

at Sequim 31, Olympic 18 Olympic 0 12 6 0 — 18 Sequim 5 6 13 7 — 31 Scoring: First quarter S — Safety,… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Wolves maintain fourth districts spot

Another .500 week keeps the Wolves (4-4 in the Olympic League, 7-5 overall) in the final spot for districts but who makes the cut in… Continue reading

Girls swimming: Roughriders overturn Wolves

Sequim’s girl swimmers (4-2) continue to make strides into their last few weeks of the regular season despite losing their second meet of the season.… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival announces next year’s logo, storyline

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s board of directors recently announced its logo and storyline for the festival’s 123rd year set to run May 4–May 13, 2018.… Continue reading

Railroaders host 18th show Saturday-Sunday at Sequim Grange

North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders What: 18th Train Show and Swap Meet Where: Sequim Prairie Grange, 290 Macleay Road When:10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21; 10… Continue reading

Sequim councilors agree to one-year deal with EDC

After a two-year gap of not contracting services with the Clallam County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), Sequim City Councilors chose to re-up with the organization… Continue reading

Sequim crowns its Homecoming king and queen

With streamers raining from the sky and bleachers filled with cheering fans, Sequim High School’s 2017 Homecoming court was crowned at halftime of the varsity… Continue reading

Teen brings back “Pumpkins for a Cause” on Saturday

Sequim teen Carson Holt, 15, plans to once again sell pumpkins for more local causes but this year he’s in some new digs. For his… Continue reading

Sequim grad seeks support for Sci-Fi graphic novel ‘Earthbound’

Sequim native Per Berg, an aspiring comic book artist, is turning to the masses for help. He’s launched an online Kickstarter campaign to print the… Continue reading

Dungeness cell tower to go up in November

A radio-cell tower in Dungeness that area residents fought against in recent months will be upright and operational by November, developers said last week. The… Continue reading