Matthew Nash

City staffer says goodbye after 33 years

After 33 years working for the City of Sequim, Clint Rushton, a Public Works employee, retired on Nov. 22. Rushton began his work with the… Continue reading

Community News Briefs — Nov. 29, 2017

Speak with Rep. Kilmer Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Wash., holds a telephone town hall at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30. Participants will have the opportunity to… Continue reading

Community Scoreboard — Nov. 29, 2017

Basketball Port Angeles Parks & Recreation men’s league • Nov. 18 Anytime Fitness-Sequim 82, Joyce Generals 59. Leading scorers — Anytime: Chad Copeland 24, Lambros… Continue reading

Discussion on Sequim Library expansion continues Saturday

The conversation continues about the potential expansion of the Sequim Branch Library this Saturday. Representatives with the North Olympic Library System, NOLS, and SHKS Architects… Continue reading

Faith News — Nov. 29, 2017

Trinity United celebrates the season The Victorian era will permeate Trinity United Methodist Church during December services as Ebenezer Scrooge helps illustrate the story of… Continue reading

Fire Brigade revving up for local causes Dec. 5-8

Santa sure knows how to bring out the support in Sequim. In 2016, Santa’s Toy and Food Fire Brigade, a partnership between Clallam County Fire… Continue reading

Fire District 3 considers levy options

While Clallam County Fire District 3’s $9 million budget next year may be balanced, leaders within the department say they likely need the public’s help… Continue reading

Helen Haller’s Turkey Trot hits $20K goal for books, robotics class

For the second year, Helen Haller Elementary students ran past their Turkey Trot goal. As of Sunday night, students in grades K-5 received more than… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor — Nov. 29, 2017

See the Railroad Bridge It was my privilege to be among the crowd at Friday’s (Nov. 17) bridge-lighting ceremony at the Dungeness River Audubon Center.… Continue reading

PA High’s chamber orchestra highlights special Music Live with Lunch show

This month, organizers of Music Live with Lunch are changing format. Rather than playing a set at noon on the third Tuesday of the month,… Continue reading

PA Players’ present holiday show ‘Making God Laugh’

SEQUIM GAZETTE STAFF Woody Allen’s quote, “If you want to make God laugh, tell Him your plans” serves as inspiration for the Port Angeles Community… Continue reading

Quality Inn, Morningside celebrate partnership

Quality Inn & Suites at Olympic National Park, 134 River Road in Sequim, recently celebrated its second year of working with Morningside Services of Port… Continue reading

Sequim councilors OK $32.7M budget for 2018

The City of Sequim’s $32.7 million budget for next year got a unanimous OK from city councilors on Nov. 27. For city residents, that means… Continue reading

Sequim’s Christmas Chorus gathers for three shows this weekend

Thirty-three years in and members of the Sequim community continue to gather and sing some of their favorite Christmas classics for one special weekend. The… Continue reading

Sports Briefs — Nov. 29, 2017

Aces on 14 at Peninsula Port Angeles’ Peninsula Golf Club saw a pair of locals sink hole-in-ones in mid-November. On Nov. 16, Cody Holden of… Continue reading

Warming Center to open, seeks volunteers

As winter breezes into town, one Sequim woman seeks support warming up those in-need. Jean Pratschner has organized a warming center inside the Serenity House… Continue reading

Water Matters — Nov. 29, 2017 — Well of gratitude

“It’s the best water you can drink,” my Aunt Mary Beth would say about the well when my family visited their farm near the Sierra… Continue reading

Boys & Girls Clubs’ auction exceeds fundraiser goal

The Sequim community gave the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula a big salute and pat on the back on Veterans Day. At… Continue reading

Boys Girls Clubs get big tech boost from big grants

While the end of the game many not have worked out for the Seahawks on Nov. 5, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic… Continue reading

Familiar faces highlight change in Sequim High’s drama program

Sequim High School’s drama program is continuing on with some familiar faces. John and Laura Lorentzen and David McInnes, all Sequim School District teachers, agreed… Continue reading