Michael Dashiell

Sequim’s Carter, a Pearl Harbor survivor, dies at 98

A Sequim man who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor — and was a candidate for The Congressional Medal of Honor for his efforts to… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolfpack girls take to sport, mats

Some started the sport at an early age, but most are kind of athletic transplants from other sports and recreational pursuits — soccer, acrobatics, ballet,… Continue reading

‘Strait Press’ delves into peninsula’s rich media history

Book launches for ‘Strait Press’ A trio of presentations for “Strait Press: A History of News Media on the North Olympic Peninsula” are set in… Continue reading

2018: The Year in Sports

Sequim athletes and fans had plenty to cheer for in 2018, with “the beautiful game” leading the way. Soccer fans in particular were in for… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Wolves win two at Crush the Slush

Sequim got a gut check over winter break — and it had nothing to do with a big holiday meal. The Wolves (3-2 in Olympic… Continue reading

First ‘Run the Peninsula’ series sets five races on Olympic Discovery Trail

Are you ready to run? Run the Peninsula, a five-event series created by the Port Angeles Marathon Association — the same people who manage the… Continue reading

Gymnastics: Combined prep squad opens season with win

Joined by athletes from Sequim and Crescent, the Port Angeles High gymnastics squad is off to a strong start. Sequim’s Emma Sharp was third in… Continue reading

Reporter’s Notebook: Bold bowl predictions, part III

In this third and (mercifully) final set of bowl predictions, we get to the “nitty gritty” of the bowl season, including the famed New Year’s… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolves girls battle Bulldogs for win

With the visiting North Mason Bulldogs in town on Dec. 19, Sequim’s girls wrestling squad showed its strength with a 30-12 win over North Mason’s… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Vikings wear down Wolves for league lead

Olympic League standings (as of Dec. 23) Team Lg. Over. North Kitsap 5-0 7-1 Bremerton 3-2 5-5 Sequim 3-2 5-4 Port Angeles 2-1 5-2 Olympic… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Sequim rebounds from first loss of season, beats Olympic

Olympic League standings (as of Dec. 23) Team Lg. Over. Port Angeles 4-0 7-1 Sequim 4-1 7-1 North Kitsap 3-1 4-5 Olympic 2-2 4-4 Kingston… Continue reading

Lessons in landscaping: Ag science students construct pond on SHS campus

A pair of new faces at Sequim High School are helping change the face of the SHS campus. Tristin Holbert and Chance Sare, both freshmen… Continue reading

Boys basketball: Sequim beats Bremerton, stays unbeaten in league

Olympic League standings (as of Dec. 17) Team Lg. Over. Sequim 3-0 5-1 North Kitsap 3-0 5-1 Bremerton 2-2 4-5 Port Angeles 1-1 2-2 Olympic… Continue reading

Boys swimming: Sequim sets PRs in loss to Port Angeles

Olympic League standings Team Lg. Kingston 2-0-0 Olympic 2-0-0 North Kitsap 2-1-0 Port Angeles 2-1-0 Klahowya 1-2-0 Bremerton 0-2-0 Sequim 0-3-0 A deep Port Angeles… Continue reading

Girls basketball: Wolves KO Knights to remain atop league standings

Olympic League standings (as of Dec. 17) Team Lg. Over. Sequim 3-0 6-0 Olympic 2-0 4-2 Port Angeles 2-0 4-1 Kingston 2-2 3-3 North Kitsap… Continue reading

Reporter’s Notebook: Bold bowl predictions, part II

In round two of “Here’s hoping I wasn’t totally off on my predictions, considering I made most of them at the beginning of December,” here… Continue reading

Salmon recovery efforts get $18 million from state

Local salmon recovery efforts are getting a boost after state leaders approved three Clallam County projects among nearly $18 million in grants. The Washington Salmon… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolves’ girls, west all-stars take league meet

Rivals during the season, Sequim’s girls wrestling squad joined up with grapplers from Port Angeles and Olympic to take on — and beat — wrestlers… Continue reading

2019 ‘Night to Shine’ set: Organizers seeking helpers for community event

The sponsors of the Night To Shine free community prom invite guests with special needs of ages 14 and older, along with guests, to attend… Continue reading

A bird walk for non-birders: Audubon group hosts free Saturday event for ‘Beginners and Newcomers’

Walk, amble, stroll … fellow birders are welcoming newbies to the hobby this month at the Dungeness River Audubon Center. Members of the Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading