Matthew Nash

Sequim scientists developing seaweed line as next wave of future in fuel

A better fuel for tomorrow could soon be floating along the West Coast. Officials with the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory recently announced… Continue reading

Sequim Black Bear Diner’s sales growth the best in franchise so far in ‘17

The wooden bears towering over customers at Sequim’s Black Bear Diner, 1471 E. Washington St., may be big, but apparently so is business. Managers for… Continue reading

Dogs to be euthanized after attacking Sequim man

Two of three dogs that attacked a Sequim man were humanely euthanized last week at the Clallam County Humane Society. Sequim Police sergeants said they… Continue reading

Football: Wolves edge Trojans in Homecoming classic

at Sequim 31, Olympic 18 Olympic 0 12 6 0 — 18 Sequim 5 6 13 7 — 31 Scoring: First quarter S — Safety,… Continue reading

Girls soccer: Wolves maintain fourth districts spot

Another .500 week keeps the Wolves (4-4 in the Olympic League, 7-5 overall) in the final spot for districts but who makes the cut in… Continue reading

Girls swimming: Roughriders overturn Wolves

Sequim’s girl swimmers (4-2) continue to make strides into their last few weeks of the regular season despite losing their second meet of the season.… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival announces next year’s logo, storyline

The Sequim Irrigation Festival’s board of directors recently announced its logo and storyline for the festival’s 123rd year set to run May 4–May 13, 2018.… Continue reading

Railroaders host 18th show Saturday-Sunday at Sequim Grange

North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders What: 18th Train Show and Swap Meet Where: Sequim Prairie Grange, 290 Macleay Road When:10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21; 10… Continue reading

Sequim councilors agree to one-year deal with EDC

After a two-year gap of not contracting services with the Clallam County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), Sequim City Councilors chose to re-up with the organization… Continue reading

Sequim crowns its Homecoming king and queen

With streamers raining from the sky and bleachers filled with cheering fans, Sequim High School’s 2017 Homecoming court was crowned at halftime of the varsity… Continue reading

Teen brings back “Pumpkins for a Cause” on Saturday

Sequim teen Carson Holt, 15, plans to once again sell pumpkins for more local causes but this year he’s in some new digs. For his… Continue reading

Sequim grad seeks support for Sci-Fi graphic novel ‘Earthbound’

Sequim native Per Berg, an aspiring comic book artist, is turning to the masses for help. He’s launched an online Kickstarter campaign to print the… Continue reading

Dungeness cell tower to go up in November

A radio-cell tower in Dungeness that area residents fought against in recent months will be upright and operational by November, developers said last week. The… Continue reading

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