Matthew Nash

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Retired fireman seeks relief from mounting medical bills

Sequim’s Fred Banks breathing better after lung transplant

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Tedescos and Sequim’s Welfare for Animals Guild’s (WAG) partnered again with a portion of one night’s sales helping local dogs. Christina and Eric Thompson, Tedescos co-owners, in middle, gave the donation to Barbara Brabant, WAG’s board president, on left, and ranch manager Mel Marshall, right. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Milestones: Tedescos hosts WAG Night benefit to help local dogs

Tedescos hosts WAG Night benefit to help local dogs For the third year, Christina and Eric Thompson, co-owners of Tedescos, 210 W. Washington St., kept… Continue reading

Tedescos and Sequim’s Welfare for Animals Guild’s (WAG) partnered again with a portion of one night’s sales helping local dogs. Christina and Eric Thompson, Tedescos co-owners, in middle, gave the donation to Barbara Brabant, WAG’s board president, on left, and ranch manager Mel Marshall, right. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
Al Lynn, a volunteer with the Sequim PC Users Group, is one of several people refurbishing computers to give to those in-need of a computer. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

PC group looks to give out computers to those in-need

Members of the Sequim PC Users Group say they have an abundance of refurbished desktop computers and need help finding those in need of one.… Continue reading

Al Lynn, a volunteer with the Sequim PC Users Group, is one of several people refurbishing computers to give to those in-need of a computer. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
New kits provided by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory include a smartphone microscope that were developed by Richland scientists. About 600 kits will go to Sequim Middle School soon for use. Photo 
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Sequim lab provides smartphone microscope kits to middle school

PNNL to offer Teacher-Scientist Partnership for STEM teachers

New kits provided by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory include a smartphone microscope that were developed by Richland scientists. About 600 kits will go to Sequim Middle School soon for use. Photo 
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PNNL
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Sequim Poice Department’s Madison retires, Hill promoted to deputy chief

Time for one long-time department figure to step away, and another to step up. The Sequim Police Department last week announced two key staffing changes,… Continue reading

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Locals can view the 2021 Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty float reveal at 4:45 p.m. Saturday, April 3 from the festival’s website <a href="http://www.irrigationfestival.com" target="_blank">www.irrigationfestival.com</a>. Last year’s float, pictured here, was only used for the 2020 Kickoff Dinner and Grand Parade/Procession due to the pandemic. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Irrigation Festival kicks off Saturday

Auction open online to anyone

Locals can view the 2021 Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty float reveal at 4:45 p.m. Saturday, April 3 from the festival’s website <a href="http://www.irrigationfestival.com" target="_blank">www.irrigationfestival.com</a>. Last year’s float, pictured here, was only used for the 2020 Kickoff Dinner and Grand Parade/Procession due to the pandemic. Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

City council agrees to future salary increases

Sequim extends EDC contract through 2023

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Invasive green crab numbers dwindle in Dungeness

Neah Bay resource managers to further research this summer with video

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Rally supports Asian-American community

About 30 people gathered on March 27 for two hours in downtown Sequim to stand in solidarity with the Asian-American community after recent hate crimes… Continue reading

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Sequim city councilor Mike Pence. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

Sequim city councilor called to resign over résumé discrepancies

Pence denies wrongdoing, saying his qualifications are true

Sequim city councilor Mike Pence. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim
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Sequim lab to expand facilities, research

Contractors sought for current and future projects

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Sequim city councilors will begin the process of choosing a new city manager, which include interim city manager Charisse Deschenes. Her contract isn’t broken if councilors begin a search, city staff confirmed. Submitted photo

City council to partner with firm on manager search

Committee, staff to work on RFPs prior to work session

Sequim city councilors will begin the process of choosing a new city manager, which include interim city manager Charisse Deschenes. Her contract isn’t broken if councilors begin a search, city staff confirmed. Submitted photo

City, fire district agree to bring back fire technician for inspections

Gathering areas not inspected on routine basis since June

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Councilors seek concepts before allocating funds to downtown redesign

Staff say preliminary funding would help with grant requests

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Mariner Café owner named Non-Granger of 2020

Mariner Café’s owner received a pleasant surprise from members of the Sequim Prairie Grange last week. David McDaniels, master of the grange, presented Marie Dickinson… Continue reading

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Unincorporated Clallam’s first roundabout could begin construction in July

Project will take about two months to complete

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Community conversations suggest cultural celebrations, more affordable housing

Future talks possible with other groups, stakeholders

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Dungeness church seeks wheelchairs for Guatemalans

‘People are just weeping when their children are finally comfortable,’ organizer says

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City hosts community talks on race, equity and inclusion

Two virtual events set for March 20, 23

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Sequim Association of Realtors names its 2020 award winners

Sumpter named Realtor of the Year

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