Matthew Nash

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

Reporter’s Notebook: Kids today, still kids tomorrow: A reflection on Toys”R”Us

As a child of the 1980s, I’ve always been a Toys“R”Us kid. I was no stranger to action figures like He-Man or Star Wars or… Continue reading

Sequim balloon to fly in the Philippines

Sequim’s nonprofit hot air balloon, Dream Catcher, returns to Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival March 23-25 in the Philippines. Captain-Crystal Stout will pilot one… Continue reading

Sequim’s select squad takes second in state basketball

Thanks to a last second shot, strong defense and big efforts all around, Sequim’s fifth-grade select boys basketball squad took runner-up in the fifth-grade silver… Continue reading

Gateway Mortgage celebrates grand opening in Sequim

Sequim community members and business owners celebrated the grand opening of Gateway Mortgage Group, 901-B W. Washington St., last Friday with a special ribbon cutting.… Continue reading

Littlejohn set to complete Sherwood Village senior development

After 40-plus years of creating a dedicated community for Sequim’s seniors, Bill Littlejohn says he’s likely reached the end of an era of building in… Continue reading

OlyCAP honors senior volunteers across the peninsula

Tutors, drivers, food bank volunteers and more were honored at a recent luncheon hosted by Olympic Community Action Programs, OlyCAP, in Sequim. More than 40… Continue reading

Remembering Sequim’s dedicated volunteer Esther Heuhslein Nelson

A lifetime of accolades for volunteering served as a reminder for Esther Heuhslein Nelson, family members say, to keep helping others. The 1996 Sequim Citizen… Continue reading

Sequim grad’s ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns this week for second season

Using the glitz and glam of Las Vegas as inspiration, Sequim High grad Bristol Marunde and his wife Aubrey are set to return to TV… Continue reading

Dungeness couple keeps dinosaur by front steps

One Dungeness couple has bucked lawn fixtures like gnomes and flamingos for a prehistoric pal. For more than seven years, Tom and Sue Runyan have… Continue reading

Poor weather delays McDonald Creek Bridge opening to mid-April

Construction on the McDonald Creek Bridge has been delayed three to four weeks into mid-April, following initial estimates to complete the project this month. Crews… Continue reading

Rock FM station KZQM to launch in Sequim this May

Whether you prefer The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival or Devo, a new planned radio station in Sequim might have your favorite playlist set to air.… Continue reading

SMS wrestling hosts fundraiser for gear at Black Bear Diner

Sequim Middle School wrestlers look to raise funds for some new gear this season and next with a Dine to Donate event at Sequim Black… Continue reading

Students share books across Sequim for Read Across America Day

Hundreds of students bussed and marched along school campuses and across Sequim to share some good books on Read Across America Day. See a slideshow… Continue reading

A look at emergency preparedness across Sequim

Residents in and around Sequim are taking earthquake preparedness to a new level. With volunteers for Community Emergency Response Teams, or CERT, totaling more than… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of the Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula

B&G Club hosts WSU standout for anti-bullying campaign

Sequim’s Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula Carroll C. Kendall Unit hosted some special guests on Feb. 16 including former Washington State University… Continue reading

Photo courtesy of the Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula

Roads, school officials share snow, ice removal process in Sequim

While some of us wake up to a dusting of snow on our lawn and ice on our windshields, a select few have been on… Continue reading