Matthew Nash

Kitchen fire leaves Spruce Street home uninhabitable

Firefighters with Clallam County Fire District 3 extinguished an appliance fire on the 300 block of West Spruce Street Friday morning. One engine arrived at… Continue reading

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Berneking Concrete Homes set retirement after 37-plus years

Industry colleagues sad to see couple call it a career

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Captain-Crystal Stout named Ms. Senior United States

Future plan is to share balloon rides with veterans, children and more

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Sequim man and coworkers help save canoers near Port Townsend

‘I’ve never done anything like this. It just had to be done.’

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Seventh city council seat to be chosen Oct. 26

Six candidates interviewed two weeks prior

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League, quilters join for suffrage centennial quilt raffle

Leaders say drawing is unofficial end to yearlong celebration

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Carlsborg man’s mission: Share God on downtown corner

Nightingale says ‘nothing greater than holding up the name of Jesus’

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Royalty (from left) prince Logan Laxson, princess Brii Hingtgen, princess Alicia Pairadee and queen Lindsey Coffman wave to a virtual crowd on Sequim-Dungeness Way during the Sequim Irrigation Festival's makeshift Grand Parade on Saturday, Oct. 10. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Irrigation Festival goes mostly virtual for 125th year

“The tradition lives on,” Sequim Irrigation Festival float designer Guy Horton said. The state’s oldest continuous festival kept its streak alive, this time in mostly… Continue reading

Royalty (from left) prince Logan Laxson, princess Brii Hingtgen, princess Alicia Pairadee and queen Lindsey Coffman wave to a virtual crowd on Sequim-Dungeness Way during the Sequim Irrigation Festival's makeshift Grand Parade on Saturday, Oct. 10. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
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Updated: Hearing examiner dismisses five of six MAT appeals

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe still seeks reversal of environmental review elements

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Creamery advises customers to not use products from late September

October raw milk and cream cleared for sales

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Six seek spot on Sequim City Council

Virtual interviews conducted Oct. 12

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City looks to legislators for better broadband, Simdars funding

Options for community talk on race, inequity still in works

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Irrigation Festival set for virtual events Saturday

Organizers shift all but one event to irrigationfestival.com

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Mayor queries city staff on MAT clinic transportation concern

Community members continue to voice their concerns about the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s proposed medication-assisted treatment (MAT) facility as decisions about its future draw near. During… Continue reading

Councilors halt utility increases for 2021

Councilors halt utility increases for 2021

Water and sewer rates could have gone up 4, 2 percent

Councilors halt utility increases for 2021
Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel

Bank looks to put in new operators of 10-year-old business

Holiday Inn Express owner seeks chapter 11 bankruptcy to keep hotel
Sequim rocket man shares woodworking project on lawn

Sequim rocket man shares woodworking project on lawn

When a rocket lands in a front yard, it’s going to catch some eyes. At nearly 9-feet tall, Ron DeGroat’s wooden rocket replica has become… Continue reading

Sequim rocket man shares woodworking project on lawn

Sequim councilors pass ordinance to keep MAT appeal with hearing examiner

City councilors could hear appeals depending on decision timeline

Sequim Police arrest two men for alleged inn burglary, theft

Two men were arrested Thursday afternoon for alleged theft and burglary at a Sequim hotel. Sequim Police Officer Stephanie Benes said officers responded to trespassing… Continue reading

Sequim’s Larry and Susie Ormbrek offer leaves from their gunnera plant for people interested in creating their own concrete tables or bird baths using an online guide. They’ll trim the plants for the fall in the coming week or two. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim couple offers leaves for concrete table project

Ormbreks see gunnera grow bigger than expected

Sequim’s Larry and Susie Ormbrek offer leaves from their gunnera plant for people interested in creating their own concrete tables or bird baths using an online guide. They’ll trim the plants for the fall in the coming week or two. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash