Matthew Nash

Olympic Theatre Arts front and center 40 years later

Theatre celebrates new sign, multiple milestones

Women’s Inspitational Weekend moves to PA

Sequim native to lead worship music

Dungeness River preservation project sale nears closing date

Land Trust, Tribe look to partner with creamery

Libraries’ capital budget focuses on paving, painting, IT updates

Staff report bad weather causes down year in circulation, usage

MAT application to go before staff review

Public holds three opportunities to appeal clinic decisions

School board honors Sequim’s National Board Certified teachers

Five Sequim teachers were recognized at the Sequim School Board’s Jan. 21 meeting for obtaining or re-certifying their National Board Certification. Teachers participate in the… Continue reading

Tribe to connect to city sewer in February

Resort still on track for May soft opening

Sequim sees rash of fake $100 bills at businesses

Police recommend call 9-1-1 if fake money spotted

City eyes Fir Street completion by April/May

Project could come $691K under budget

Sequim’s snow redux nothing like 2019

First responders say residents stayed smart, safe during snowfall

OMC CEO Lewis to retire in May

Healthcare leader had 21-year tenure on peninsula

MAT application on hold for special city council work session

New councilor Tenneson seeks moratorium to review process

Jamestown Tribe files MAT clinic application with city

Decision on type of application not announced yet

Call load rises for Fire District 3

Officials look for solutions to growing non-emergency reports

Lavender Meadows, a 217 manufactured home park, moves forward this year after Sequim city councilors reconsidered their decision from 2019 to deny it. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

Council approves Lavender Meadows manufactured home park

Project plans to be filed in coming weeks for 217 homes

Lavender Meadows, a 217 manufactured home park, moves forward this year after Sequim city councilors reconsidered their decision from 2019 to deny it. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim
Sequim city councilors elected William Armacost as its new mayor on Jan. 13. He was appointed in 2018 and reelected to city council in 2019. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim elects salon owner as new mayor

Councilors seek rotation of positions

Sequim city councilors elected William Armacost as its new mayor on Jan. 13. He was appointed in 2018 and reelected to city council in 2019. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim protestors join anti-war rally

About 60 locals gathered at the four corners of the Washington Street/Sequim Avenue intersection on Jan. 9 in Sequim to show their opposition to any… Continue reading

Sequim woman receives sixth DUI arrest

Pumpkin Patch owner arrested after Carlsborg car crash

Sequim’s Lisa Preston’s latest mystery hits shelves, online with ‘Dead Blow’

As she explores the trails across the Olympic Peninsula on her horse, Sequim author Lisa Preston continues to shape a new path for her writing.… Continue reading

Sequim actress presents ‘Miss Lillian’ for two shows at OTA

Events celebrate 100 years of womens suffrage