Michael Dashiell

OTA Children’s Theatre group sets ‘Starchild Academy’ tours

The Olympic Theatre Arts Children’s Theatre program, Starchild Academy of Stagecraft & Wizardry — an original, interactive theatrical experience that pulls back the curtain on… Continue reading

Tennis: Dietzman, Wiker take district tourney title

A league title was just the beginning. Sequim sophomore Jessica Dietzman and freshman Kalli Wiker added another title to their stellar spring — district champs… Continue reading

‘Click It or Ticket’ campaign targets seat belt use

Ninety-five percent of Washington drivers and passengers use their seat belts, according to a new report from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. That leaves only… Continue reading

Annual torch run to raise dollars for Special Olympics

A special time of the year sees state law enforcement officials once again raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Each year, officers from all… Continue reading

New life: SHS boys soccer advances in state after Toppenish forfeit

A record-breaking season for Sequim High School’s boys soccer squad — one that looked over after a loss in the opening round of the state… Continue reading

The fountain at Pioneer Memorial Park flowed freely from 1965 until sometime around 1990, when numerous mechanical and maintenance issues encouraged the City of Sequim to shut it down and cement it over. Photo courtesy of Sequim Prairie Garden Club

Pioneer Memorial Park water feature springs back to life

Fountain ribbon-cutting A ribbon-cutting celebrating the newly-restored fountain at Pioneer Memorial Park is set for noon Wednesday, May 16. Refreshments will be served in the… Continue reading

The fountain at Pioneer Memorial Park flowed freely from 1965 until sometime around 1990, when numerous mechanical and maintenance issues encouraged the City of Sequim to shut it down and cement it over. Photo courtesy of Sequim Prairie Garden Club

‘Obnoxious’ entry takes top SEF Film Festival honors

“Obnoxious”? Perhaps — but it is an award-winning entry. A trio of Sequim High School freshmen brought home not only first place overall but also… Continue reading

Anglers group cancels annual Kids Fishing Day

The North Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Puget Sound Anglers are cutting bait on their popular youth event. The Sequim-based fishing group’s Kids Fishing Day… Continue reading

Annual gospel concert to benefit local groups

Raising their voices in song, this group of local singers hopes to raise up the community as well. The Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers hosts their… Continue reading

Free housing, finance choice panel discussion set for May 23

Mary Coupland is hoping to give residents on the Olympic Peninsula some answers to some of life’s tougher aging choices before they are forced to… Continue reading

Girls tennis: Wiker, Dietzman take league doubles title

A new season, and a new doubles partner — but a familiar road. After earning a spot at the state 2A tennis tourney in 2017,… Continue reading

Gleaners seeking extra fruits, vegetables during growing season

Calling all fruits and veggies. The Clallam County Gleaner volunteer group is in search of produce to pick and share with the community this growing… Continue reading

Learn about peony varieties at garden society work party

The community is invited to learn all about the power of the peony at the next Sequim Botanical Garden Society work party. The Sequim-based group… Continue reading

NOLS board backs library expansion project with resolution

Months of planning, community outreach and architectural design toward expansion of the Sequim Library got its stamp of approval from its elected board last week.… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Academy’s drama class to stage ‘Mary Poppins Jr.’

With a cast of more than 30 and a familiar character coming to the stage, Olympic Peninsula Academy’s young students are once again putting on… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts offering summer workshop for teens

With an award-winning composer/arranger and a Broadway singer/actor leading the way, Olympic Theatre Arts is looking to give young local thespians an “intensive” lesson in… Continue reading

OTA prepping production of ‘Leaving Iowa’

A wealth of wistful recollections, crisscrossing conversations and plenty of memorable smaller performances are in store for play-goers as Olympic Theatre Arts prepares its cast… Continue reading

Presentation details how gardening can fight hunger

Karlena Brailey, Nutrition Coordinator for Clallam County’s WSU Extension and Andra Smith, Executive Director of the Sequim Food Bank, will talk to home gardeners about… Continue reading

Track and Field: Bingham, Wolves race to district meet berths

Murray Bingham and the Wolves are headed to districts with plenty of momentum on their side. Sequim’s boys and girls tracksters earned 20 entries in… Continue reading

Baseball: Trojans end Sequim’s season with shutout

In the waning days of their season, Sequim’s Wolves needed the proverbial stars to align for a shot at the West Central District tournament. They… Continue reading