Matthew Nash

Seven friends reflect on seven decades of friendship

Besties. Gal pals. Best friends forever. There are plenty of ways to describe close friends. But keeping those connections can be tough as life takes… Continue reading

Walk supports bereaved parents on Saturday in Carrie Blake Park

Community members rally this weekend to support bereaved parents through the Washington Olympic Peninsula Rock &Walk from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, in Carrie… Continue reading

Fire crews staying put as local fire danger increases UPDATED

Ash reached as far as Sequim as thousands of acres of wildlands burn across the state but due to high fire risks in the area,… Continue reading

Castell’s shred events raises $5k for schools

Castell Insurance, 426 E. Washington St., held its sixth annual shred event on Aug. 26 to its most success ever, raising $5,000 and bringing in… Continue reading

City hosts visioning meeting Saturday in Guy Cole Center

Sequim city staff are hoping citizens can help brainstorm ways to build a better Sequim. That’s the idea behind the Neighborhood Visioning Meeting set for… Continue reading

Dungeness woman continues skydiving at 84

While she may be up in years, 84-year-old Clairee Meeks of Dungeness area prefers to go even higher in altitude. Six times now the retired… Continue reading

Girls swim preview: Core continues to deepen

SHS girls swim 2017 season preview Head coach: Anita Benitez (seventh season) 2016 record: 4-3; 2A state highlights: 200 yard freestyle relay Sydnee Linnane, Jasmine… Continue reading

Kindergarten begins in Sequim schools

Tuesday was the first day of kindergarten in Sequim schools including Greywolf Elementary and Helen Haller Elementary. Students picked out books to read, did math… Continue reading

Sequim church hosts Martin Luther actor Sept. 9

To celebrate the 500th anniversary of The Reformation, Sequim’s Faith Lutheran Church, 382 W. Cedar St., hosts actor Allan Lemke’s “Martin: a Life of Martin… Continue reading

Ninth ARTfusion brings together five prominent area artists for Labor Day weekend

While a few of the faces may have changed in recent years, organizers of the ninth annual ARTfusion on Labor Day weekend say the quality… Continue reading

Carrie Blake’s new roadway underway

Work is underway to realign the entrance to Carrie Blake Park. Crews with Northern Land Development, LLC began leveling the BMX track last week to… Continue reading

Sequim schools back in session starting Aug. 30

Welcome back, Sequim students. Regular classes in the Sequim School District began today, Wednesday, Aug. 30, at Greywolf and Helen Haller Elementary schools, Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

Sequim woman discovers rare lily in backyard

One-in-10,000. That’s how rare this lily is in Julie Tarbuck’s backyard. In recent weeks, Tarbuck, a Sequim stamp collector and hobbyist gardener, has watched her… Continue reading

Air Affaire/Fly-In returns to Sequim Valley Airport Aug. 26-27

Fifth annual Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Sequim Valley Fly-In When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 26-27 Where: Sequim Valley Airport, 468 Dorothy Hunt Lane,… Continue reading

Attendance up at 98th annual county fair, officials report

What we know is fun was had, food was eaten, and the fair is over. See pictures from the fair here. Clallam County Fair Manager… Continue reading

Awesome Bob aims for return with show set for Elks Lodge on Sunday

Call it a comeback if you will, but you can always call Robert Ossem Hagan — “awesome.” Hagan, 69, has a storied career performing across… Continue reading

Clallam Hearing Examiner denies Carlsborg manufactured home park

A proposed 55-and-older retirement community with 73 manufactured homes in Carlsborg won’t be going forward as is in the near future. Clallam County Hearing Examiner… Continue reading

Sequim lab looks to help place bird-friendly wind turbines in ocean

Sequim researchers are investigating ways to help birds, bats and wind turbines better co-exist over ocean skies. Engineers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Marine… Continue reading

Sequim Prairie Grange celebrates 75 years of farming, rural living

For 75 years, members of the Sequim Prairie Grange have helped keep the rural, small town mindset alive. To celebrate their milestone, about 50 people… Continue reading

Colonial Festival’s popularity continues to grow in third year

Organizers of the NW Colonial Festival at the George Washington Inn in Agnew said the third year for the event met its attendance and budget… Continue reading