Michael Dashiell

Clallam County takes next step in adjusting commissioner districts

The next step in aligning Clallam County’s three commissioner districts to current populations is in place as local officials prepare to redraw new boundary lines… Continue reading

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Senior softball is back at Carrie Blake Community Park

Number one, have fun. Number two, play safe. Those are the top two rules for Greywolves Senior Softball, a coed group of community members who… Continue reading

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Sequim schools eye plans for fall reopening

Sequim school leaders have some homework to complete. The Sequim School District’s board of directors on Monday got their first look at the district’s plans… Continue reading

Winter sports preview: Freshman Ellefson is Sequim’s boys swim team for 2021

This Sequim team has the highest coach-to-athlete ratio on record. Sequim’s boys swim squad is a team of one — freshman Colby Ellefson — this… Continue reading

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Wrestling: Small, inexerienced Wolves team set for short season on mats

With just a dozen athletes on the roster for a shortened, six-week season, head coach Chad Cate is looking at positives as he leads Sequim… Continue reading

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Sequim springs to life by the basket

Another dazzling display of local flora — courtesy of Sequim High School students and community volunteers — is nearly ready to once again line city… Continue reading

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Port Angeles man airlifted after rollover on Hwy 101 near Sequim

A 69-year-old Port Angeles man was injured in a single-vehicle roll-over on U.S. Highway 101 near Sequim Friday morning, the Washington State Patrol reports. Siegrried… Continue reading

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Sequim Soroptimists set online auction

After having to cancel its in-person Gala Garden Show in 2020 and 2021 and the Gala Gift Show this past December, Soroptimist International of Sequim… Continue reading

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Irrigation Festival turns 126

And the fest goes on … Sequim celebrated its civic pride this past weekend with a slew of online events combined with an Innovative Arts… Continue reading

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Mayor William Armacost's T-shirt worn during a recent shopping trip has been posted on a variety of Facebook sites. (Editor's note: We have blurred a profane word on the shirt). It is not known who took the photo that has prompted many social media comments and letters to the editor.

Photo of Sequim mayor’s T-shirt draws criticism, support

A photo of Sequim mayor William Armacost wearing a T-shirt with a profanity on it made the rounds on social media last week, prompting some… Continue reading

Mayor William Armacost's T-shirt worn during a recent shopping trip has been posted on a variety of Facebook sites. (Editor's note: We have blurred a profane word on the shirt). It is not known who took the photo that has prompted many social media comments and letters to the editor.
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Sequim couple to ‘retire’ tree donation efforts

A Sequim couple’s green-thumbed community contributions are coming to a close, but their legacy of giving can be found along riverbanks, floodplains and streams across… Continue reading

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Sequim High School’s bowling team opens the 2020-2021 season against Klahowya on April 28in Silverdale. Photo courtesy of Randy Perry

Winter sports preview: Sequim bowlers seek improvement in six-week season

For much of the pandemic, some of the area’s prep student-athletes saw their training facilities shut down completely. Now, with just a six-week season set… Continue reading

Sequim High School’s bowling team opens the 2020-2021 season against Klahowya on April 28in Silverdale. Photo courtesy of Randy Perry
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Winter sports preview: Sequim boys hoops banking on blend of returnees, new faces

Sequim coach Greg Glasser was expecting a senior-laden squad when he and the Wolves headed back to the gymnasium for the 2020-2021 season. But like… Continue reading

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Winter sports preview: Sisters, freshmen help fuel SHS girls hoops squad

Expectations? After a year-and-a-half layoff, two school years turned upside down thanks to a pandemic and sports seasons overlapping one another, Sequim High girls basketball… Continue reading

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Kristi Queen

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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