Michael Dashiell

Second annual Bob Cup tourney to raise funds for Clallam Mosaic

Longtime Sequim resident Bob Duncan’s spirit — including his passion for golf and for helping the more vulnerable residents on the peninsula — lives on.… Continue reading

Sixkiller, The Cedars set seventh golf classic

The purple and gold will once again be aiming for the greens. The seventh Sonny Sixkiller Husky Golf Classic presented by Wilder Auto Center will… Continue reading

Set your summer running calendar

Recovered from your North Olympic Discovery Marathon weekend races yet? With summer in full swing and the weather on the Olympic Peninsula cooperating (for now),… Continue reading

Hoops training sessions set in Port Angeles this weekend

Local basketball coaches are hosting one-hour hoops training sessions in Port Angeles this weekend. Joe Marvelle and Mark Wilkerson, Chris Hyppa Basketball lead trainer, helps… Continue reading

Sequim youth Brett Mote preps for national baseball tourney

Brett Mote is happy summer’s here, but it’s hardly a summer break. The Sequim youth is headed to Florida in August as part of the… Continue reading

Former Citizen of Year, food bank director Nina Fatherson remembered for heart for community

The backbone of the Sequim Food Bank for years and Sequim’s Citizen of the Year in 1991, Nina Vivian Fatherson, 85, recently succumbed to cancer… Continue reading

Rooms to learn: Greywolf’s cross-laminated timber building to house four kindergarten classes in 2017-2018

The addition of four classrooms using innovative building material at Greywolf Elementary School in Carlsborg is a welcome sight, Sequim School District officials say. But… Continue reading

Sequim-East Jefferson County softball all-stars win state championship

Dominating in most of their games, the Sequim-East Jefferson County softball all-stars went 4-1 last week to win the Washington State Little League Junior Division… Continue reading

By leaps and bounds: Sequim teen Logan Laxson sees track work pay off at Junior Olympics

The kid didn’t look familiar, B.J. Schade recalled. He might be tall enough to be in high school, but he looked fairly young. And who… Continue reading

Magical morning at Sequim Library

Olympia-based magician Jeff Evans entertains youths and adults alike at the Sequim Library on June 27, 2017. Evans uses principles of STREAM — science, technology,… Continue reading

Sequim native sets Seattle thiller from afar

Making her home in the antipodes, author Audrey J. Cole is quite comfortable seeing her characters live out her thrillers in the familiar Pacific Northwest.… Continue reading

Olympic National Park staff sets summer season

After a winter that brought more low-elevation snow to the Olympic Peninsula than recent years, staff at Olympic National Park are preparing park facilities for… Continue reading

US Highway 101 intersections in Blyn to get realignment

Parts of U.S. Highway 101 in Blyn, including a pair of access points, are getting a makeover starting this month. The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, in… Continue reading

Shipley Center looks to add 3,600-square-foot annex as stop-gap for bigger Sequim facility

Members and users of the Shipley Center, the senior- and adult-focused facility on Sequim’s east end of town, won’t have to wait much longer for… Continue reading

Northwest Shred Tour makes stop in Sequim on June 23

The crowds can be modest — three or four who happened to be in the area — up to a hundred-plus. Either way, Randy Juarez… Continue reading

SHS grad Vig signs on to play at PC

When Erin Vig laces up her cleats for her college team this fall, she won’t be far from home. The 2017 Sequim High grad signed… Continue reading

Sequim High School graduates a record 238 seniors

A little rain wasn’t going to spoil this record-setting party. Sequim High School celebrated the graduation of 238 seniors on June 9 at the school’s… Continue reading

Sequim High School’s Class of 2017 gets $4M in scholarships

“When I look back at this class in 10 years, I’ll think of them as multi-talented.” Reflecting upon the Sequim High School Class of 2017,… Continue reading

Prep sports: Wolves garner all-league honors

Spring prep seasons have ended, with a number of Sequim High athletes earning distinctions for their play on the courses, diamond and soccer pitches. Golf… Continue reading

Citizens, first responders prepare for a great shake

If and when the “big one” hits, Clallam County Fire District 3 Chief Ben Andrews says, Sequim and its surrounding communities will be much more… Continue reading