Michael Dashiell

For Sequim’s Sears, the end of an era: Longtime businessowner Bob Grey sells store, eyes retirement

After five decades in retail, including the past 20 years as the familiar face at Sears, Bob Grey is ready — finally — to call… Continue reading

KWA opens supported living facility in Sequim

For Sulja Warnick, it’s simple: “We’re all connected, somehow.” When Warnick and others help found the Korean Women’s Association in Pierce County more than four… Continue reading

Tribe finishes Chicken Coop, US Highway 101 project

A US Highway 101 safety project 10 years in the making — and five months in construction — is complete. The final touches for the… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Wolves fall to Riders, Trojans

Sequim’s 4-0 start and a No. 8 spot in the state’s first RPI rankings seemed to fade quickly last week after a 30-point loss at… Continue reading

Boys swimming: Knights edge Wolves in league meet

Kaleb Needoba and Jax Thaxton won individual events and five Sequim swimmers set personal bests, but the Wolves dropped their first home meet of the… Continue reading

Funding gone cold for Sequim Warming Center

The Sequim community continues to show heart for its homeless. But a long, cold snap this winter could close the Sequim Warming Center’s doors just… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Riders overwhelm Wolves on hardcourt

A young and inexperienced team found themselves on the wrong end of a rout in a hostile environment last week. A balanced and tenacious Port… Continue reading

Trail supporters add 2 sections to Olympic Discovery Trail

By foot or by wheel, users of the Olympic Discovery Trail now have more room to roam. Trail supporters, elected officials and representatives from a… Continue reading

Births — Dec. 13, 2017

Oh baby! Sept. 27, 2017 — 4:49 p.m., a son, Gurkehar Singh Khela, 7 pounds 8 ounces, to Itpinder Singh Khela and Ramanpreet Kaur Khela,… Continue reading

Bowling: Trojans top Wolves on lanes

Despite a strong Baker game and effort from junior Quinn Danielson, Sequim’s Wolves dropped a 6-1 decision to the visiting Olympic Trojans on Dec. 7… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Wolves edge Bulldogs in OT

First league game, first league win … but it took some extra time. Sequim out-scored host North Mason 7-4 in overtime to escape with an… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Youth movement sends Wolves to win in opener

So much for that offseason rust. Sequim roared into the 2017-2018 season with a big win against an Olympic League rival on Dec. 6, knocking… Continue reading

Heart for the homeless: Sequim youth continues grassroots donation drive

This winter, a Sequim girl is once again seeing to it that those without a home this holiday season are getting some essentials and some… Continue reading

Women’s basketball: Pirates (0-4) fall in road contests

A pair of heartbreaking defeats kept Peninsula’s women out of the win column last week. The Pirates (0-4) rode a big third quarter to get… Continue reading

New practice sparks Violet Flame Medicine

Violet Flame Medicine Offers: Acupuncture, moxibustion, therapeutic massage Owner/manager: Arica Olson Where: 321 N. Sequim Ave. Suite A Contact: 206-445-3671, arica@violetflamemedicine.com On the web: www.violetflamemedicine.com… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Glasser leads Wolves to win in opener

After a bit of a rough start, Sequim’s boys basketball squad found its collective footing — and a win — in the Wolves’ season-opener. Payton… Continue reading

Women’s basketball preview: Pirates look to heal up, rebuild roster for another playoff run

Winter sports preview: Peninsula College women’s basketball Head coach: Ali Crumb (ninth season) 2016-2017 record: 10-4 in North Region (second place), 19-10 overall; 1-1 at… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Sequim looks to bring the speed in ‘17

Winter sports preview: SHS girls basketball Head coach: Larry Brown (2nd season) 2016-2017 record: 5-7 in league (fourth), 8-14 overall; 0-2 at districts Top returning… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Sequim’s Wolves seek return to winning ways

With the changing of the seasons, Sequim High’s boys basketball squad is looking for a change in momentum. Sequim’s hardwood crew has found hard times… Continue reading

Milestone: Puget Sound Anglers bestow scholarship

The North Olympic Peninsula Chapter of Puget Sound Anglers recently donated $1,000 to the Peninsula College Foundation for student Rylee Phillips (center). Pictured here, scholarship… Continue reading