Matthew Nash

Sequim offers an early taste of Halloween sweets

Sequim got a taste of Halloween with a few annual events this weekend. Among a number of community events, Sequim High School opened its Haunted… Continue reading

Sequim worship pastor looks to ‘Rise Above’ with new album

Beeson draws inspiration from tough times to encourage faith

Shipley Center annex gains support with design, donation

First Federal Community Foundation gives $100K for kitchen

Tribe, city to begin application talks for MAT clinic

Rally draws opponents, proponents of campus

2019 General Election: Unopposed Sequim City Council candidates talk MAT, marina

Independent Advisory Association looks for potential candidates to train

Sequim readies for Halloween with fun for all ages

The hunt for the Great Pumpkin is on, skeletons and zombies are roaming front yards, and candy bags are flying off store shelves. It must… Continue reading

City anticipates plan for better east-west connections in 2020

Consultant says community, city goals can coexist

Creating connections for at-risk residents

Sequim Police officers and staff with the Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic look to partner again to help connect Sequim’s homeless and at-risk individuals with needed… Continue reading

Alan and Leilani Kingsbury say they’ve grown fruit together for more than 35 years. They moved to Sequim more than 10 years ago and attribute some of their orchard’s success to the Olympic Orchard Society’s support, which hosts its show Nov. 2 in Trinity United Methodist Church. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim couple basks in fruits of their labor

Fall Fruit Show Hosted by the Olympic Orchard Society When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 Where: Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 S. Blake Ave.,… Continue reading

Alan and Leilani Kingsbury say they’ve grown fruit together for more than 35 years. They moved to Sequim more than 10 years ago and attribute some of their orchard’s success to the Olympic Orchard Society’s support, which hosts its show Nov. 2 in Trinity United Methodist Church. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Sequim talent to perform for Warming Center

Organizers look to open when temp goes below 36 degrees

Bidet business transfers ownership

Sequim grad looks to carry on Robert Streett’s vision

City votes down MAT-related online survey

Councilors question validity, openness to non-computer users

European green crab totals climb in Neah Bay, decline in Dungeness

Population captured near Blaine shows numbers growing inland

Sequim woman charged with attempted murder, felony assault

Larisa Jean Dietz in jail for alleged stabbing of man at Sunbelt Apartments

Warming center hosts talent showcase fundraiser

Proceeds support operations at church facility

Sequim Police arrest woman for attempted murder

Dietz, 48, allegedly cut neighbor at Sunbelt Apartments

City shares campaign signs etiquette as complaints rise

MAT signs to remain up so long as property owner gives permission

Interim school superintendent talks contract extension, ballot measures

School board to decide on next steps after election

Sequim teen’s ‘Pumpkins for a Cause’ to end Oct. 19

Holt plans to graduate school, become Army Ranger

City councilors decline utility rate study

Majority questions cost while staff say it’s routine