Michael Dashiell

An unexpected blessing: Family welcomes daughter that Sequim man never knew he had

The resemblance is amazing, Jerry Pino says. “Of all my mom’s children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren … she’s the spitting image of my mom.” For more than… Continue reading

District, teachers in mediation over contracts

Sequim teachers and the Sequim School District are getting some outside help with contract negotiations. Representatives from the district and the Sequim Education Association, the… Continue reading

Runners, walkers take to Troll Haven

Despite a smaller crowd than hoped for, organizers of the 2017 Valley of the Trolls half-marathon, 10k and 5k races on Aug. 19 said they… Continue reading

Women’s soccer preview: Peninsula women look for back-to-back titles

Fall sports preview: PC women’s soccer 2016 record: 19-1-1 overall, 15-0-0 (first) in North Division; NWAC champions Head coach: Kanyon Anderson (eighth season) Top returning… Continue reading

Men’s soccer preview: New coach, young roster lead Pirates in 2017

Fall sports preview: PC men’s soccer 2016 record: 16-0-3 overall, 14-0-1 (first) in West Division; 0-1 in NWAC playoffs Head coach: Jake Hughes (first season)… Continue reading

Wolves open against Redhawks

Sequim High football is off and running after the Wolves’ first practice of the 2017 season on Aug. 16. The Wolves open their season Sept.… Continue reading

Sequim Community Christmas Chorus calls all singers for 2017 season

The Sequim Community Christmas Chorus is preparing to launch its 2017 season of presenting sacred Christmas music for the community and is calling all who… Continue reading

Sequim school board OKs budget for 2017-2018

Sequim School Board directors on Monday night approved a budget for 2017-2018 that appropriates about $35 million for the district’s general fund. The next school… Continue reading

Plenty for sports fans at 2017 Clallam County Fair

Clallam County Fair sports fare (Note: all events at fairground grandstand) • Thursday/Friday, Aug. 17-18 5, 6:30, 8 p.m. — Jet City FMX Extreme Moto-X… Continue reading

A graduation of one: SHS celebrates newest grad thanks to summer school work

No doubt about it — Michael Ray Barbour’s 2017 Sequim High School graduation won’t be soon forgotten. After coming up just short of credits during… Continue reading

Gig Harbor family finds link to family in Sequim’s Pioneer Memorial Park

A Civil War veteran family’s search led them to Sequim. While the exact location of his remains are unclear, his family left with some answers… Continue reading

On the Trail: Day trip delight on the Gray Wolf Trail

Lower Gray Wolf Trail How long: 8.4 miles (round trip); access past 3.5 miles blocked by slide How hard: East to Moderate Pass required: None… Continue reading

Snappy Players invite community into ‘A Midsummer Forest’

‘A Midsummer Forest’ What: A Snappy Players Theatrical Production When: 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11; 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12 Where: Olympic Theatre Arts, 414… Continue reading

Economic Development Corp. gathers ideas in Sequim ‘town hall’

Looking for direction from community leaders and citizens, Bob Schroeter — Clallam Economic Development Corporation’s new executive director — sought out and got an earful… Continue reading

Port, PUD seek potential partnerships

Port of Port Angeles commissioners see Clallam County’s public utility district as a potential partner in their goal to boost economic development, thanks to the… Continue reading

‘Wheel’ fun set for fifth Tour de Lavender

Tour de Lavender What: Metric Century (65-mile) and Fun Ride (35-mile) bicycle adventure When: Saturday, Aug. 5 Where: Starts at Sequim Boys & Girls Club,… Continue reading

‘Ultimate Robin Williams Experience’ comedy show coming to 7 Cedars

Comedy show brings ‘Ultimate Robin Williams Experience’ to 7 Cedars

Greens and fairways for Orcas golf squad

The Clallam County Orcas golf team started with just three players back in 2008. A team of 30 strong peppered the putting green and holes… Continue reading

Sequim-East Jefferson County junior softball squad goes 2-2 at regionals

Their pitching, field and hitting exploits took them all the way to Tucson, Ariz., where a 2-2 record wasn’t quite enough to send the Sequim-East… Continue reading

Sequim Tennis Academy once again nets big crowd

The youngsters and their mentor are at it again. For the past decade, tennis pro Don Thomas has hosted free tennis activities for Sequim youth.… Continue reading