Matthew Nash

Foundation looks to redesign Sequim Skate Park

Skaters and cyclists look to ramp up efforts to redesign the 17-year-old Sequim Skate Park in Carrie Blake Park. Leaders of The Sequim Youth Skate… Continue reading

Girls Soccer: Wolves maintain playoff spot after .500 week

As the season stretches into key league play and positioning for districts, the Wolves (4-3 in the Olympic League, 6-4 overall) moved into fourth place… Continue reading

Sisters and spouses headline Music Live with Lunch

The Vivona sisters, Dr. Grace Vivona Yelland and Dr. Christine Vivona, return to play Music Live with Lunch on Tuesday, Oct. 17, and their husbands… Continue reading

Survivors, supporters rally for 20th year at Mad Hatter’s Tea

Bright hats and hearts of gold filled Sequim Community Church’s auditorium on Oct. 6 for the annual Mad Hatter’s Tea. It was the 20th year… Continue reading

Dog attack sends man to ER

A curious peek out his front door turned into a trip to the emergency room for Terry Moore of Sequim. He and his wife Ann… Continue reading

Fun abounds at Family Farm Day

What would have been the 20th Clallam County Farm Tour, became the Family Farm Day at the Dungeness Valley Creamery on Sept. 30. Owners of… Continue reading

Gardener says goodbye to garden she helped grow

For more than nine years, Liz Harper has helped cultivate the Community Organic Gardens of Sequim. She and dozens of other gardeners have relied solely… Continue reading

Girls Swimming: Wolves outpace Knights before final home meet of season

Following their first loss of the season, Sequim (3-1) swam to its third victory on Sept. 28, at the YMCA of Sequim over last place… Continue reading

One-day River Fest a hit, organizers say

With one day instead of two set for the 18th Dungeness River Festival, organizers say about 1,500 people still packed the Railroad Bridge Park for… Continue reading

Sequim city councilors remove Fourth of July celebration from budget

While the Fourth of July is still several months and holidays away, Sequim city councilors recently agreed not to dedicate funds in the 2017-18 budget… Continue reading

Cancer doesn’t keep Sequim couple down 20 years later

Mad Hatters’ 20th anniversary “The Roaring Twenties” 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6 Sequim Community Church, 950 N. Fifth Ave. $35 tickets. Contact Linda Turner… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Wolves’ win streak at three

So far the Wolves’ girls soccer squad are on track with last year’s record-setting pace. Last week, Sequim (2-1 in the Olympic League, 4-2 overall)… Continue reading

Girls Swimming: Wolves lose first meet of season, look ahead to Bremerton

Despite recording their first loss of the season last week, Sequim’s girl swimmers continue to make strides towards state times and personal bests. Look for… Continue reading

Hunt for green crab winding down for winter

In the coming week resource managers on the Dungeness Spit look to wrap up their season’s hunt for the invasive European green crab. The crabs… Continue reading

River Fest shifts to one-day event

Organizers of the Dungeness River Festival look to flow visitors through to one day instead of two for its 18th year. Powell Jones, executive director… Continue reading

Sequim Community Church starts ‘blended’ service with new music leader

Music leaders at Sequim Community Church, 950 N. Fifth Ave., see their most recent change as a way to start a new tradition. At the… Continue reading

Sequim looks to reduce traffic signal wait times downtown

Sequim streets congestion may be laughable to some from big cities, but to other locals in tourist season, driving along Washington Street can seem unbearable.… Continue reading

Sequim student goes solo in the sky

Sequim’s Madeline Patterson went sky high for a personal milestone in late August. She took her first solo flight on Aug. 25, only three weeks… Continue reading

Fire commissioners deny grant over concerns for future finances

Despite the possibility to add six full-time firefighters to the workforce, Clallam County Fire District 3 fire commissioners opted not to accept a three-year federal… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Wolves scoring spree stops Coupeville

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 2-0-0 3-1-0 Olympic 2-0-0 3-0-1 Port Angeles 1-0-0 2-2-0 Bremerton 1-1-0 2-1-0 Sequim 0-1-0 2-2-0 Kingston 0-2-0… Continue reading