Michael Dashiell

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bridge-lighting ushers in the holidays

A crowd enjoys some festive cheer, refreshments, music and the first lighting of the Dungeness River Bridge at Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim on Nov.… Continue reading

High school sports: Wolves pepper prep all-league lists

Fall prep seasons are over, but Sequim high athletes are still getting attention after Olympic League coaches made their selection for 2017 football, volleyball and… Continue reading

Youth soccer: Storm King storms into divison lead SLIDESHOW

Storm King’s Ryan Tolberd (center) breaks through the Seattle United South (Blue) defense to set up the third Storm King goal in a key 3-1… Continue reading

@SequimSchools — Nov. 15, 2017

GREYWOLF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Greywolf Elementary is rounding up all the good books at this year’s Wild West Book Fair! Saddle up and take a ride… Continue reading

Bowling: Stauss leads Wolves into ‘17-‘18 season

Winter sports preview: SHS Bowling Head coach: Randy Perry (10th year) 2016-2017 record: 0-12 Returning players: Destiny Staus (sr.), Porter Funston (jr.), Quinn Danielson (jr.),… Continue reading

College soccer: Pirates rack up all-star honors

Sydney Warren and Cesar Gervacio were named North Region Most Valuable Players, Kanyon Anderson repeated as Coach of the Year, and Peninsula College was well… Continue reading

Corbit debuts with ‘The Truth About Melissa: A Soul Mate Experiment’

While many of the scenes depicted in Lisa Mayme Corbit’s debut book, “The Truth About Melissa: A Soul Mate Experiment,” are fictionalized, the Sequim author… Continue reading

Flight of Riley: Competitive streak, training has SMS’s Pyeatt among state’s best young runners

Flight of Riley: Competitive streak, training has SMS’s Pyeatt among state’s best yougn runners

Milliman runs for Sequim Food Bank

Sequim’s Chuck Milliman, right, kicks off his fundraiser for the Sequim Food Bank on Nov. 14. Joined here by friend Steve Kellmyer, Milliman said he… Continue reading

Resounding voices, tunes at Monday Musicale concert

The Lortenzen family entertained an appreciative crowd at the Monday Musicale 50th anniversary Scholarship Benefit Concert on Nov 5 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in… Continue reading

Season’s Final Squeeze

It’s about the latest he’s pressed grapes into the fall season, but David Volmut of Wind Rose Cellars made his final batch of white grape… Continue reading

85 miles on No. 85: Milliman running to raise funds for Sequim Food Bank

“The big thing about ultra distance running is,” Chuck Milliman says, “you’re on your feet a long time. You don’t worry about pace.” With plenty… Continue reading