Michael Dashiell

Boys swimming: Wolves eclipse Eagles in final home meet

What winter break hangover? Sequim’s Wolves showed little sign of rustiness coming off a 34-day break from competition, routing a similar-sized Klahowya squad 90-59 on… Continue reading

Spirited, sustainable in Sequim: Two Hooligans Cider entrepreneurs look to build business, community

Gleaning (definition) — 1. gather information from various sources; 2. collect leftover produce after a harvest After years of experimentation, hundreds of gallons in peninsula-borne… Continue reading

State resurrects park plans for Miller Peninsula

A proposal to create a destination park on Miller Peninsula is back on the planning table. Staff with the Washington State Parks system are moving… Continue reading

Wrestling: ‘Grit’ helps Wolves pick up wins in lone home meet

Despite a pair of lopsided losses in their lone home meet of the season, Sequim’s Wolves saw some big highlights in a double-dual against Olympic… Continue reading

Bowling: Wolves get second win, prep for postseason

Third time was a charm. A quirk in the season schedule pitted Sequim bowlers against Olympic for three consecutive matches. And while the second place… Continue reading

Faith news — Jan. 22, 2020

Taizé service set at St. Luke’s The ecumenical Taizé service takes place from 7-8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N.… Continue reading

Gymnastics: Peninsula squad places third at home meet

A strong contingent of visitors from North Thurston and North Kitsap kept the hosts from a combined Port Angeles, Sequim and Crescent prep gymnastics squad… Continue reading

Wrestling: Wolves grapple for wins at Lads, Lasses tourney

After seeing a league match postponed last week to snowy weather, Sequim wrestlers were back in action last weekend, earning five top-three finishes at the… Continue reading

Snowstorm cancels flurry of Sequim events

This may come as a surprise to only those without access to a window, but a blistering winter storm and snowfall is wreaking havoc across… Continue reading

Sequim scout Biehler puts finishing touches on Eagle project

Somewhere between his first and last step — perhaps a “baby step,” as the teen might call it — of a 50-mile hike through the… Continue reading

Bowling: SHS tops Trojans for first home win

Third time was a charm. A quirk in the season schedule pitted Sequim bowlers against Olympic for three consecutive matches. And while the second place… Continue reading

Sequim presentation to spotlight human trafficking

‘Responding to the Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Youth’ What: Presentation by Washington Trafficking Prevention When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21 Where: Trinity United Methodist… Continue reading

Haller Foundation grants boost 2019 total to $434K

Nearly three decades later, Albert Haller’s legacy — and generosity — keeps on giving. Representatives with the Albert Haller Foundation, an nonprofit organization formed in… Continue reading

2019: The Year in Review

A historic snowfall, new leader for Sequim schools, a major victory for Clallam County health care providers and the loss of several major community advocates.… Continue reading

2019: The year in Sequim sports

An epic comeback for SHS basketball, historic runs for several spring prep teams and a trio of longtime coaches step down. There were plenty of… Continue reading

Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing hiking and more at Hurricane Ridge this winter. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Hurricane Ridge highlights Olympic National Park’s 2019-2020 winter season

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. A flurry of skiers and snowboarders followed the snow flurries that helped open the Hurricane Ridge… Continue reading

Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing hiking and more at Hurricane Ridge this winter. Sequim Gazette file photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim Organic Gardners look to cultivate group growth, leaders

Sequim Organic Gardeners What: Group encouraging organic gardeners of all experience levels Meetings: Monthly, locations TBA Next meeting: “Pruning” with Josh Dallen; 10 a.m. Saturday,… Continue reading

Boys swimming: Wolves splash to first win

For Kaleb Needoba, all the turns, the stops and starts and laps upon laps are starting to pay off. The Sequim High junior broke a… Continue reading

NOLS director Jakubcin announces retirement

A library system leader for more than a decade on the North Olympic Peninsula, Margaret Jakubcin has decided to call it a career. Jakubcin, Library… Continue reading

‘He loved Sequim; it was his life’s passion’: Littlejohn, longtime Sequim philanthropist and businessman, dies

Bill Littlejohn, a Sequim businessman who owned numerous senior care facilities and whose philanthropy and advocacy boosted dozens of local organizations, has died. Littlejohn died… Continue reading