Michael Dashiell

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Sequim schools considering 5-days-per-week, in-person learning for ‘21-‘22

Sequim-area students may be returning to a five-days-per-week plan starting the fall of 2021. The Sequim School District is planning an informational meeting on Zoom… Continue reading

 

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Girst tennis: SHS squad nets singles, doubles, league titles

Putting the icing on a perfect regular season (10-0), Sequim’s girls tennis team finished strong at the Olympic League tourney final in Silverdale on April… Continue reading

 

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Golf: Deep Sequim boys team takes league title

Rather than ending their season on Washington state’s east side as part of the state 2A tourney, Sequim’s Wolves had to settle for a strong… Continue reading

 

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PHOTOS: Farmers, artisans market is open for the season

Emma Jane (“EJ”) Garcia, market manager for the Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market, opens the season with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on May 1. The… Continue reading

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Sequim looks to celebrate National Bike Month

There are plenty of chances to warm up for summer riding during May — National “Bike Month” — with rides and other safe activities promoted… Continue reading

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Sequim loses its superfan: Myron Teterud, community and local sports fanatic, dies at 81

Sequim’s own superfan has passed. Myron Teterud, a decades-long supporter of community activities — and in particular local sports — died on April 29, having… Continue reading

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OPHS purchases property for ‘Kitty City’

Some of the Olympic Peninsula furry friends are getting new digs in Sequim. Officials with the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society announced last week the acquisition… Continue reading

Sequim schools looking toward 2021-2022 plans

Sequim-area students may be returning to a five-days-per-week plan starting the fall of 2021. The Sequim School District is planning an informational meeting on Zoom… Continue reading

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River Center gets $250K boost from Sequim Sunrise Rotary

“He would have enjoyed the architecture and the environmental aspect,” Kim Rosales said, thinking of her father as she stood inside the shell of the… Continue reading

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Federal harassment suit filed against school district, former superintendent

Support specialist says malicious lies were spread

Sequim scout troops hosting recruitment event

In a year-plus of hand sanitizing, mask wearing and social distancing, scouting for Sequim-area youths never stopped. Doesn’t hurt when one’s milieu is the great… Continue reading

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Wolves top Riders for unbeaten season

With COVID shutting down any chance of realizing how good this team could be, these Wolves will have to settle for an undefeated record and… Continue reading

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PHOTOS: Friends, family honor Knapp’s legacy

Mike McFarlen looks at photos and other pieces of family history of longtime Sequim youth sports volunteer Don Knapp. Family and friends held a memorial… Continue reading

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Klontz picked to lead Sequim’s public works

The new face of the Sequim’s public works department is a familiar one. Matt Klontz, Sequim’s City Engineer and Assistant Public Works Director since October… Continue reading

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Superintendent: Stakeholders will have input on elementary model proposal

Parents, staff and community members will have a chance to provide their thoughts about a possible change to the elementary school model in Sequim, Sequim… Continue reading

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New horizons for peninsula woman

From “baby steps” to a full marathon, Dana Lawson’s journey is just getting started. The cancer survivor and East Coast native who now calls the… Continue reading

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School district considers change to elementary model

The Sequim School District is gauging staff interest into changing its elementary grade school instruction model from two schools to a pre-kindergarten-grade 2 and grades… Continue reading

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Olympic Peninsula Academy students create plan for lunar life

This year’s project, Jorel Bessey noted, was a bit more of a challenge: build a city with no atmosphere and no oxygen. “We basically had… Continue reading

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Women’s basketball: Pirates look to overcome adversity in 2021

Now in her 12th season, PC women’s hoops head coach Ali Crumb is looking to a strong recruiting class to accompany a returning class of… Continue reading

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Men’s basketball: Prep stars, transfers highlight 2021 recruiting class

The Peninsula College men’s basketball team, like the women, were on their way to the Northwest Athletic Conference Basketball championships last March when the 2019-20… Continue reading

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