Matthew Nash

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Housing prices stay high across Clallam

Demand at all-time high, some real estate agents say

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School is back in session

School started in Sequim School District today, Wednesday, Sept. 1. The day before, teachers and staff across the district made finishing touches in their classrooms,… Continue reading

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YMCA of Sequim adds free pantry

Community giving continues through another local Little Free Pantry. The YMCA of Sequim at 610 N. Fifth Ave. has added a purple, wooden box along… Continue reading

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Sequim city council forum set for Sept. 1

Six of 10 candidates tentatively set to appear

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Abby Mae and the Homeschool Boys reunite for Friday concert

Jardin du Soleil hosts bluegrass, gospel show

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Organizers of the Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire anticipate plenty of pilots to stop in for the event on Saturday with fair weather and a year off from the festivities in 2020. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Air Affaire flies back to Sequim for eighth year

Event set for Saturday with vehicle rides, demos and more

Organizers of the Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire anticipate plenty of pilots to stop in for the event on Saturday with fair weather and a year off from the festivities in 2020. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell
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Council to choose city manager finalists Thursday

Candidates to visit Sequim Sept. 8-10 for interviews

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Under construction: Inside Jamestown’s MAT clinic

Health director talks safety, support of community, patients

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Rotary puts finishing touches on club’s paint project

After two weeks and more than 150 volunteer hours, members of the Sequim Sunrise Rotary finished their efforts to paint the Sequim Boys & Girls… Continue reading

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Shadowline set for ‘Evening’

Another Sequim business gets the Seattle spotlight soon. Shadowline Burgers and Brews, 179 W. Washington St., will be featured tentatively at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Aug.… Continue reading

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Stamps span from the stars to the lavender fields for local collectors

Club brings show to Carrie Blake Park Saturday

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A revolution of fun: organizers happy with seventh NW Colonial Festival

Visitors and living historians alike filled the fields at George Washington Inn, 939 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles, to revisit colonial America for the seventh… Continue reading

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Animals, sales abound at 30th Clallam County Junior Livestock Auction

Children find joy, work ethic in raising rabbits, hogs and more

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City council appoints mayor to MAT advisory committee

Social Services Navigator to serve facility for at least three years

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Colonial Fest returns to George Washington Inn

Event shares takes of life during the Revolutionary War

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Little free pantry to expand in Agnew

Agnew’s Little Free Pantry is close to expansion at the Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1033 Barr Road. Last week, organizers received $2,500 from Molina Healthcare… Continue reading

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Sharp reflects on 30 years as a Sequim firefighter

Firefighter looks to new focus on paramedicine in Port Angeles

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Sunrise Rotary revitalizes Boys Girls Club’s game room

Project adds paint, coat and backpack hangers

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Fires stopped along US Highway 101, south of Blyn

Firefighters responded to two fire-related incidents last week that led community members to respond to one, and helicopters to be called in for the other.… Continue reading

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Jennifer Thomas’ music makes Olympic debut

Songs help win gold, could appear in Winter Olympics too

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