Matthew Nash

Carlsborg 66-manufactured home park decision expected by July 26

Another decision looms for a proposed 55-and-older manufactured home development in Carlsborg on the corner of Atterberry and Hooker Roads. Clallam County Hearing Examiner Andrew… Continue reading

Clallam County seeks new contract with Sequim, PA for district court funding gap

Clallam County appears to be at a crossroads with court costs and contracted agencies the Cities of Port Angeles and Sequim. County commissioners discussed a… Continue reading

Sequim pianist Jennifer Thomas finds ‘The Fire Within’

“She’s at peace and yet somehow on fire.” “Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it.” For Sequim composer Jennifer… Continue reading

On May 14, Pam Leonard-Ray, right, announced her resignation from the Sequim City Council. Now, applications for her position are open through 9 a.m. Friday, July 13. Applicants will be interviewed on July 23 by city councilors with an appointee possibly selected and sworn in that night. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Two apply for vacant Sequim City Council seat so far

So far, two candidates filed for Pam Leonard-Ray’s vacant Sequim City Council seat. Tom Ferrell, a Sequim Planning Commissioner board member, and Richard Fleck, a… Continue reading

On May 14, Pam Leonard-Ray, right, announced her resignation from the Sequim City Council. Now, applications for her position are open through 9 a.m. Friday, July 13. Applicants will be interviewed on July 23 by city councilors with an appointee possibly selected and sworn in that night. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Finishing Highway 101 bypass top of city’s legislative agenda

City of Sequim officials hope local legislators can help them finish the Simdars Road Interchange off East Washington Street in the next legislative session. State… Continue reading

Capital campaign begins to expand, remodel Dungeness River Audubon Center

A capital campaign launched last week with the aim to expand the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park, 2151 W.… Continue reading

Doig deemed a hero as Sequim mayor awards him Carnegie Medal

Dignitaries officially recognized Sequim’s Jason Doig as a hero Monday night. Sequim Mayor Dennis Smith presented Doig a Carnegie Medal in the Sequim City Council… Continue reading

Helen Haller students celebrate Six Books for Summer

Helen Haller Elementary students went home well-equipped to read this summer. For the second year, organizers of Six Books for Summer provided just that: six… Continue reading

IHOP closes after eight years in Sequim

After eight years serving Sequim citizens breakfast foods early in the morning to late at night, the International House of Pancakes closed on June 24.… Continue reading

Neighbors, border collie save heron after fall from nest

Sequim photographers Suzanne Anaya and Ken Kennedy recently found themselves going from behind the camera to front and center to help one of their feathered… Continue reading

Sequim author turns attention to bread basics with new book

Finding the right formula for her latest book may have taken Victoria Redhed Miller several years, but the Sequim author looks to provide readers tools… Continue reading

Sequim’s fireworks ban now in effect prior to Fourth of July

This Fourth of July will be the first in Sequim city limits without fireworks crackling and lighting up the Blue Hole. Sequim citizens voted 65.6… Continue reading

A Sequim Little Leaguers’ first year recap

Daring acrobatics. Mad dashes. Spins of at least 360-degrees. Extreme grass pulling. Enter the world of T-ball. The Nash family officially joined the ranks of… Continue reading

Sequim family finds support for fresh start following tragedy

Filled with tragedy and horrific incidents, the last year hasn’t been easy for the Grajales family. The family of four — dad William Grajales, mom… Continue reading

Sequim Service Fest deemed a success by volunteers, homeowners

With several gallons of “Urban Nature” painted over her white house on the corner of Spruce Street and Fourth Avenue, homeowner Laraine Claire sees her… Continue reading

Boys & Girls Clubs begin summer meal programs

Free meals through the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula and US Department of Agriculture become widely available starting June 18 in Sequim… Continue reading

City partners with homeowner, Habitat to demolish “blighted” property

A property that city officials condemned last summer and has a history of criminal activity is no longer standing behind the Sequim Civic Center. A… Continue reading

Neah Bay European green crab total nearly 10 times more than Dungeness

As resource managers continue to catch European green crab in Dungeness, the invasive species seems to have its pinchers clamped down tight in Neah Bay.… Continue reading

Sequim Boys & Girls Club standouts meet Seattle Storm

Seeing your heroes on TV is one thing, but hanging out and playing games for a few hours with them became a surreal experience for… Continue reading

Volunteer opportunities still available as Service Fest ends Friday night

With Sequim Service Fest set to wrap its two week run on Friday, June 15, there’s still plenty of work to finish in its home… Continue reading