Matthew Nash

City seeks Transportation Benefit District tax renewal this November

Residents within the City of Sequim decide this November whether or not to keep the Transportation Benefit District, TBD, tax going for another 10 years.… Continue reading

Clallam County Farm Tour hosts 1,200 people

For its revitalized 21st year, the Clallam County Farm Tour continued to share local life on the farm. Organizers with the North Olympic Land Trust… Continue reading

River Fest helps community bring wishes to Dungeness

With sunny skies, and plenty of people streaming into Railroad Bridge Park, visitors and organizers for the Dungeness River Festival may have gotten their wishes… Continue reading

Sequim Police Department seeks any information on Ken Schilling, 71, of Port Angeles, for allegedly attempting to lure children at Sequim schools and/or in the community. 
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PA man suspected of luring children in Sequim

Sequim Police Department seeks any new information on a 71-year-old Port Angeles man they suspect of allegedly luring children. Ken Schilling was escorted from school… Continue reading

Sequim Police Department seeks any information on Ken Schilling, 71, of Port Angeles, for allegedly attempting to lure children at Sequim schools and/or in the community. 
                                Submitted photo

Sequim’s River Festival, Sept. 27-28, adds Thursday Community Night

20th annual Dungeness River Festival When: Thursday-Friday, Sept. 27-28 Where: Railroad Bridge Park, 2151 W. Hendrickson Road • Sept. 27 — Community Night, 4-7 p.m.;… Continue reading

Sunland begins initiatives to bring in new golfers

Sunland Discover Golf Day When: Saturday, Oct. 6 Where: Sunland Golf & Country Club, 109 Hilltop Drive, Sequim Free clinics: 11 a.m.-noon; 1-2 p.m. Note:… Continue reading

Clallam County Farm Tour ready for 21st year

Clallam County Farm Tour When: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 Where: • Agnew Grocery and Feed, 2863 Old Olympic Highway • Dungeness Valley Creamery,… Continue reading

Fire destroys 50 golf carts at Cedars at Dungeness

A fire consumed an estimated 50 golf carts and other course equipment early Sunday morning at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course, 1965 Woodcock Road.… Continue reading

Pedego Sequim offers free e-bike rides, rentals, sales and more downtown

Pedego Sequim Electric bike shop Location: 213 E. Washington St., Suite 3 Owner: Garth Schmeck Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday Contact: Pedegosequim.com, 360-683-0635 Sometimes life… Continue reading

Ray Ballantyne, a volunteer with Disaster Aircraft Response Team hands a bag of food to Andra Smith, Sequim Food Bank executive director, on Sept. 15, at the Sequim Valley Airport. 	 	 Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Pilots’ catastrophe training turns into food drive

Thanks to area volunteers, about 700 pounds in food donations soared across the North Olympic Peninsula last Saturday. Several pilots with Disaster Aircraft Response Team… Continue reading

Ray Ballantyne, a volunteer with Disaster Aircraft Response Team hands a bag of food to Andra Smith, Sequim Food Bank executive director, on Sept. 15, at the Sequim Valley Airport. 	 	 Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Postal Service hires new Sequim Postmaster Rob Garfinkle

If a package, newspaper, utility bill or love letter is on its way, Rob Garfinkle wants you to get your mail on time. As the… Continue reading

Waterfront Day sets sails to success

Organizers for the first Waterfront Day declared it a success as participants paddled, sailed and/or danced with smiles. See photos from the event here. Visitors… Continue reading

City of Sequim to investigate John Wayne Marina costs for upkeep, repairs

City of Sequim officials say they’re doing their “due diligence” in seeing just what repairs and upkeep may cost at the John Wayne Marina for… Continue reading

Creamery samples show no E. coli after state investigation

Washington State Department of Agriculture laboratory tests found no traces of E. coli in products from Dungeness Valley Creamery, a raw milk dairy farm north… Continue reading

Lutheran church to consider family shelter option for up to eight families

Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church members continue to search for options to help Sequim’s homeless population. Their latest endeavor focuses on helping families. Last year, members… Continue reading

Sequim Free Clinic’s Fun Walk exceeds goal

Organizers of the Dungeness Valley Health & Wellness Clinic’s 14th annual Fun Walk once again exceeded their financial goal. Sara Nicholls, executive director for The… Continue reading

Sequim lab links yarn and seawater to expand energy options

Sequim researchers say they hit a major milestone for a potential energy source using household yarn, seawater and chemistry. Following constant streams of seawater flowing… Continue reading

Sequim teachers ready for first day of school Sept. 5

Joey Marcey and Melissa Novak, kindergarten teachers at Helen Haller Elementary School, work together to finish a cloud that reads “Be the Rainbow in someone’s… Continue reading

For lunch time it’s family time as Susan Coffee, not pictured, gathers her grandchildren, from left, Grace Dormer, 7, Sawyer Bushy, 4, Bradly Dormer, 5, and Malta Bushy, 2, at Carrie Blake Community Park on Aug. 27. Coffee said she and her grandchildren visited the park often to enjoy the Summer Food Program. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Summer Food Program serves thousands of meals in Sequim

Whether in smoky or sunny weather, Sequim children had the option for at least one square meal a day this summer, thanks again to the… Continue reading

For lunch time it’s family time as Susan Coffee, not pictured, gathers her grandchildren, from left, Grace Dormer, 7, Sawyer Bushy, 4, Bradly Dormer, 5, and Malta Bushy, 2, at Carrie Blake Community Park on Aug. 27. Coffee said she and her grandchildren visited the park often to enjoy the Summer Food Program. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sunland Golf & Country Club makes aggressive business plan to cut deficit

Board members for the Sunland Golf & Country Club look to preserve the 18 hole course and its amenities with a new aggressive business plan.… Continue reading