Michael Dashiell

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Funding for Sequim Library expansion in governor’s budget

If funding plans remain intact, the peninsula’s busiest library is getting some relief — in the form of a multi-million-dollar expansion. Officials with the North… Continue reading

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Homecoming brings native back lead Home Instead

It’s no accident that new owners of the Sequim franchise of Home Instead — Kathleen Amazona Schmidt and Isaac Schmidt — have “kapuna” in their… Continue reading

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Railroad Bridge Park Run set for live competition on April 24

Railroad Bridge Park Run, the Run the Peninsula organization’s next road race, will be hosted live on Saturday, April 24, with construction at Railroad Bridge… Continue reading

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Spring sports preview: Bats look to carry Wolves’ fasttpich squad to wins

It’s not often a team can bring back the vast majority of its lineup over one season, much less two. But that’s the situation Mike… Continue reading

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Spring sports preview: Loaded Sequim golf teams take to links

With a full season, the juggernaut that is Sequim’s boys golf squad would have a shot at another strong finish at the state tourney. That’s… Continue reading

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Spring sports preview: Senior-laden SHS girls tennis squad looks to net wins

What might have been … On the strength of Kalli Wiker and Jessica Dietzman’s doubles title, Sequim’s girls tennis team took the 2019 2A crown… Continue reading

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Spring sports preview: Sequim baseball sees youth movement

A big influx of younger players has veteran manager Dave Ditlefsen coaching up a new crop of Wolves. “It’s kind of a wacky year; we’ve… Continue reading

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Spring sports preview: Sequim’s boys soccer squad look to continue success on the pitch

Even with about nine years of experience with Sequim High’s junior varsity boys soccer program, “new” head coach Ken Garling admitted he had some butterflies… Continue reading

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School district sends out RFQ for capital projects

Sequim school leaders took the next step addressing a number of facility maintenance and infrastructure issues across each of the district’s campuses on March 15,… Continue reading

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Volleyball: Wolves top CK’s Cougars to cap season

With COVID wiping out any chance for a true postseason, these Wolves had to settle for a one-match crossover against a tough 3A school this… Continue reading

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Football: Seniors shine in win over Central Kitsap

With multiple big plays on both sides of the ball and a slew of 12th-graders ready to cap their prep careers at Sequim High with… Continue reading

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A Stitch In Time Quilt Shoppe opens this week

There’s a saying among some quilters that seems to fall somewhere between wisdom and a wisecrack: It’s cheaper than therapy. With materials, equipment and sweat… Continue reading

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Pyeatt second, Ellefson seventh at league final

In another friendly battle of two of the top prep runners in the region, Port Angeles senior Lauren Larson had enough in her final kick… Continue reading

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Wolves finish season strong, place third in league

Putting a cap on a strange season that saw team members compete virtually in each of its races, Sequim High’s girls swim squad finished with… Continue reading

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Trojans upend Wolves 21-12

A slew of drive killing penalties and a spirited effort from a foe celebrating its final home game of the season spelled doom in Sequim’s… Continue reading

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Garden club seeking funds after COVID shuts down clubhouse rental

The COVID pandemic hasn’t kept flowers from blooming and leaves turning at Pioneer Memorial Park. But health restrictions have shut down any possibility of renting… Continue reading

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Pyeatt, Wolves edge Eagles in regular season final

An injury prevented a battle between two of the area’s top cross country prep stars. Saturday’s league meet pitting Sequim and Klahowya’s girls cross country… Continue reading

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Sequim’s balanced attack leads to win over South Kitsap

With big plays on offense, defense and special teams, Sequim’s Wolves toppled South Kitsap 27-15 Friday night in the two schools’ first gridiron match-up in… Continue reading

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Peninsula libraries reopen for ‘Grab and Go’ services

The soft opening came as a surprise to some patrons, and a bit of an experiment for staff. Nearly a year after they were shut… Continue reading

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Sequim chicken taking steps toward new life

A young chicken who once called Sequim home is in new surroundings, a new name and, well, some new attire. Polly Pocket, who came from… Continue reading

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