Matthew Nash

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Boys Girls Clubs exceed auction goal

Club alumni return to share success stories

 

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Christmas stretches across Diamond Point as community decorates road for holidays

Tis’ the season in Diamond Point. Thanks to community members, Diamond Point Road transforms into Holiday Lane each year with Christmas decorations lining the road… Continue reading

 

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Fire District budgets to bolster staff, seek station makeovers

Planning for new fire stations in Carlsborg and Dungeness, hiring more line staff and adding and repairing some new big rigs all appear to be… Continue reading

 

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Home Town Holidays returns to downtown Sequim on Saturday

Sequim’s Home Town Holidays assembles an array of events and a fun cast of characters in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 27. Coinciding with Small Business… Continue reading

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Sequim keeps Arbor Day tradition with park planting

The collection of beautiful plants and trees in Pioneer Memorial Park, 387 W. Washington St., continue to grow in part thanks to the City of… Continue reading

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St. Luke’s brings back daily church bells

Sequim residents can soon say, “I heard the bells on Christmas and Thanksgiving, too.” The once-common Westminster Chime at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church rings once… Continue reading

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Sunrise Rotary honors Jamestown Tribe for vaccination efforts

For its efforts to help vaccinate 20,000-plus people against COVID-19, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe received the Rotary Foundation Certificate of Appreciation. Brent Simcosky, Jamestown’s director… Continue reading

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Volunteers help brighten Thanksgiving for Sequim families

Dozens of helping hands helped send holiday meals home to Sequim residents who need it most this Thanksgiving holiday. The annual Family Holiday Meal Bag… Continue reading

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Community donates funds to keep downtown tree a tradition

Home Town Holidays set for Nov. 27

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Food Bank brings holiday fixings to park Friday

Similar to last year’s holiday meal distribution events, Sequim Food Bank and community partners return to Carrie Blake Community Park this week to help those… Continue reading

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Olympic View Church celebrates 40 years in Sequim

While its building has seen some cosmetic changes over the years, attendees and leaders at Olympic View Church say its center has remained the same:… Continue reading

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Sequim council to continue Rapid Relief business grants

2022 budget up for approval Nov. 22

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Sequim friends share their experience at Astroworld tragedy in Houston

As ambulances and fire trucks raced with sirens on by Natalie Thurston and Sam Smith as they sat on a curb in Houston waiting for… Continue reading

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Toys for Sequim Kids drive opens for Dec. 15 event at Sequim Prairie Grange

Sequim Community Aid’s donation trees are now up across the Sequim area to help local, in-need children through the nonprofit’s annual December event Toys for… Continue reading

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2021 General Election: SGGL candidates surge to big leads for Sequim City Council seats

A mixture of relief and surprise were the reactions from Sequim City Council candidates following the General Election’s sweep of Sequim’s open seats. An allied… Continue reading

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Police investigate copper thefts

Malicious mischief reported at Sequim High

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Roundabout work begins north of Sequim

Construction started Nov. 8 at the corner of Woodcock Road and Sequim-Dungeness Way on unincorporated Clallam County’s first ever roundabout. Crews with Interwest Construction began… Continue reading

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Sequim teen River Jensen keeps fundraiser flowing for those in need

Annual Christmas toiletry drive begins

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Storied truck passes from Food Bank to BG Clubs

Along with carrying countless tons of groceries in its 15-plus years, the Sequim Food Bank’s truck helped move a restaurant, a few police officers, items… Continue reading

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WorkSource moves to Sequim

“It’s not the unemployment office; we’re the re-employment office,” said Brandino Gibson, supervisor for WorkSource Clallam County. He and seven other staffers made the move… Continue reading

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