Matthew Nash

A Clallam County Superior Court judge this week denied an injunction seeking to block the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's medication-assisted treatment (MAT) clinic. Graphic courtesy of City of Sequim

Judge warns against using divisive language prior to MAT hearing

SOS leaders say online post taken out of context

 

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Council plans to open applications again for seventh seat

Following the unexpected resignation of former mayor Dennis Smith on Jan. 8, current Sequim City councilors plan to open up the application process again to… Continue reading

 

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Former Sequim mayor Smith resigns for personal reasons

Pursuing another term “sounded like more than I could commit to”

 

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Hotel manager applauded for New Year’s Eve CPR

Widow says Quality Inn staff ‘built a bond past friendship’

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Drive-through vaccinations move to Carrie Blake Park

Sequim residents 70-and-up and their partners eligible for first of two doses

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Council calls for city manager’s resignation

Dispute ensues whether discussion should be public or not

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COVID-19 vaccine available to ages 70-plus next week

Carrie Blake Community Park hosts drive-through

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New Sequim taqueria prides itself in authentic Mexican food, fast service

David Family Taqueria Where: 300 E. Washington St. Hours: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; closed Sundays Contact: 360-681-5124 After 16 years helping grow another business, David… Continue reading

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Sequim couple gives $145K to community groups

Huddlestons known for antiquing, generosity

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Sequim freshman keeps Christmas project going amid COVID

River Jensen compiles toiletries for those in-need

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Child care openings, staffing remain struggles for local providers

Issues were prevalent prior to pandemic, stakeholders say

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Hearing Examiner requires Advisory Committee in MAT decision

Tribe breaks ground despite looming land use appeal

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine circulated to Sequim first responders

Community vaccines tentatively begin in coming weeks for residents 75-plus

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Rains flood Washington Street, Seventh Avenue property

Portions of the City of Sequim including Seventh Avenue saw flooding on Monday, Dec. 21. Sequim Operations Manager Ty Brown said heavy rains followed by… Continue reading

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City creates canopy tent program to help eateries

If you’ve driven in downtown Sequim, it’s likely you’ve seen canopy tents at eateries seeking to offer customers new options during the pandemic. At Tedesco’s… Continue reading

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City looks to ‘Complete Streets’ in 2021

Council changes meeting procedures

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Good tidings for Christmas from Food Bank

Once again, the Sequim Food Bank and dedicated community volunteers helped hundreds of locals with meals for the holiday season. On Dec. 18, residents in… Continue reading

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Reporter’s Notebook: A community Christmas

“Santa Claus is coming to Sequim,” I sing. “It’s coming to TOWN, dad!” my 6-year-old clarifies. “Well, Sequim is a city because … ” I… Continue reading

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teaserThe Sequim UPS Store is opened for limited hours from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. as staff awaits a new computer system for shipping and receiving. Staff said they plan to expand hours and staffing once the computers are installed. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim UPS store reopens with temporary, limited hours

New ownership expected soon, corporate reps, manager confirm

teaserThe Sequim UPS Store is opened for limited hours from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. as staff awaits a new computer system for shipping and receiving. Staff said they plan to expand hours and staffing once the computers are installed. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
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Community Aid keeps Christmas going during Covid

Event sees surge in donations

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