Michael Dashiell

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Sequim’s ‘George Washington’ selected for Independence Day event

Vern Frykholm has appeared throughout the Puget Sound region as George Washington, portraying the first president in parades, at schools, for local festivals, and Veterans’… Continue reading

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Sequim educator seeks better dialog through Speaking Justice

Miriame Cherbib traces her passion for teaching others to find their voice back to her youth — when it seemed she could not use her… Continue reading

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State officials to talk future of Sequim-area parks

The future of two Sequim-area state parks — one that state officials are looking at as its next “destination park — are the subjects of… Continue reading

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Fifth graders celebrate the move to middle school

Sequim elementary school fifth-graders got a fun send-off to summer and the start of middle school next fall. At Greywolf Elementary on June 16, the… Continue reading

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KSQM lines up a summer full of music

Jazz, bluegrass, folk, country and more are on the menu as KSQM brings a season full of live performances to Sequim and Port Angeles venues… Continue reading

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Sequim High band director Fosket finishes career

After nearly four decades of teaching music — the past two dozen in Sequim — while leading school bands in countless concerts and football games… Continue reading

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Hats off to Class of 2021

Looking back, the date — Friday the 13th, 2020 — seems ominous. In presenting Sequim High School’s Class of 2021 to a throng of family… Continue reading

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Pasture management workshop scheduled for June 23

Clallam Conservation District is offering a free workshop on managing and improving pastures for horses and livestock, set for 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, at… Continue reading

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Riders top Wolves for league title

The Port Angeles girls basketball team’s quest for a perfect season was completed with a 68-52 hard-fought win over a game Sequim squad that gave… Continue reading

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Dungeness River Audubon Center expansion project gets $300K boost

The Dungeness River Center is another big step toward its expansion, thanks to a Kansas-based foundation. Representatives with the river center announced this past weekend… Continue reading

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Sequim writer explores, love, loss and grief with ‘Lifting Stones’

To some — including the writer himself — it seems Doug Stanfield is coming into the writing world of poetry late in the proverbial game.… Continue reading

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Gymnastics: Combined prep squad wins two of three meets

A combined squad of gymnasts from Sequim, Port Angeles and Crecent made the most of their shortened season, earning two wins and falling by a… Continue reading

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Sequim High preps 187 seniors for graduation; ceremony set for Friday

Sequim High School hosts the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony at the SHS stadium at 6 p.m. Friday, June 11. Each graduating student was issued… Continue reading

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Family rededicates park’s restored totem

“I can see so much love in this.” Loni Grenninger’s words Saturday morning encapsulated a warm reception and re-dedication of a totem at Pioneer Memorial… Continue reading

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Girls basketball: Wolves’ win streak sets up title tilt with PA

The one team that gave powerhouse Port Angeles a scare this season will get a second chance. Sequim’s girls basketball squad powered its way through… Continue reading

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Sequim School Board picks company to oversee capital projects

The vote wasn’t unanimous, but Sequim school leaders are moving ahead with the Tacoma-based Wenaha Group to oversee a $15 million capital projects levy plans… Continue reading

Learn about Dungeness Virtual School with informational night

Parents and students seeking more information about Sequim School District’s online offerings for the 2021 school year are invited to a Dungeness Virtual School (DVS)… Continue reading

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Remember and honor: Sequim celebrates veterans who sacrificed with Memorial Day events

The conversation that stuck with Betsy Schultz years after her son Joseph, a decorated Army Green Beret, was killed in action in Afghanistan. If something… Continue reading

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Election 2021: Five file for Sequim School Board races

Two director positions with the Sequim School Board of Directors are up for election, and neither incumbent filed to retain their seats. School board president… Continue reading

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2021 Sequim High graduates-to-be earn $2.5M in scholarships

Thanks to numerous community groups, nonprofits and other entities, members of Sequim High School’s Class of 2021 are taking their next steps with some funds… Continue reading

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