Michael Dashiell

Editor’s Corner: Angels in the outfield? Sort of

If, like me, you’re a Seattle Mariners fan, you’re probably looking for a bit of good news right now. After watching the hapless and (nearly) hitless Seattle nine skunk their way to a seven-game losing streak recently, I’m about to give up … so I can’t be the bearer of any good report.

Newest Sequim scam: Stealing from the deceased

Defrauders also targeting victims with PUD telephone scams, IRS claims

Editor’s Corner: Odds and ends from the editor’s desk

It’s a little late in coming, but kudos go to Attorney General Bob Ferguson, whose bill to strengthen Washington state’s open government laws by requiring training for public officials was signed into law on March 27 by Gov. Jay Inslee.

Prep sports: Fastpitch wins, baseball falls in Belfair

Sequim High senior Sarah Hutchison set a new meet record in the pole vault (10 feet) and teammate Josh Cibene took first in the same event on the boys' side as 36 SHS athletes — 20 girls and 16 boys — competed at Poulsbo's Lil' Norway Invitational on April 12.

Sequim's Thomas Winfield beats North Kitsap defenders to the ball in the Wolves' 3-1 win on Saturday. Winfield had a goal and an assist.

Boys soccer: Wolves topple league-leading Vikings SLIDESHOW

Despite the lead, Sequim coach Dave Brasher said, nothing was safe about Sequim's 2-0 advantage late in Saturday's key Olympic League matchup with North Kitsap.

Sequim's Thomas Winfield beats North Kitsap defenders to the ball in the Wolves' 3-1 win on Saturday. Winfield had a goal and an assist.
Sequim's Nigel Christian pitches against Port Angeles on April 11

Baseball: Wolves knock off sloppy Roughriders

For two innings, it looked like Sequim would have a tough time getting win No. 101 for head coach Dave Ditlefsen.

Sequim's Nigel Christian pitches against Port Angeles on April 11

Track & Field: Hutchison breaks meet record at Lil’ Norway

Sequim High senior Sarah Hutchison set a new meet record in the pole vault (10 feet) and teammate Josh Cibene took first in the same event on the boys' side as 36 SHS athletes — 20 girls and 16 boys — competed at Poulsbo's Lil' Norway Invitational on April 12.

The Sequim High School choir and chaperones prep for their trip to New York City at the SHS choir room on March 27.

Big trip to the Big Apple

Members of Sequim High School’s choir raised their voices in Carnegie Hall on Sunday, March 30.

The Sequim High School choir and chaperones prep for their trip to New York City at the SHS choir room on March 27.

Boys soccer: Sequim knocks off P.T. for fourth-place spot

In his first game of the 2014 season, Sequim High senior Lijah Sanford notched the fourth of Sequim’s four goals in a 4-2 win at Port Townsend on March 25.

The 2014 Clallam County Fair Royalty includes

Crowning the Clallam County Fair royalty

Mia Steben, a home-schooled sophomore from Sequim, stood before her fellow royalty court candidates and a room full of well-wishers Saturday afternoon. "I’m a person that likes challenges,” she told them.

The 2014 Clallam County Fair Royalty includes

League aims to explain, boost Charter Review Commission

One of just six counties in Washington State to use the Home Rule Charter form of government, Clallam looks to 15 representatives — three from each of its commissioner districts — to amend the county charter, a kind of constitution for our region.

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Woolpert’s legend lives on

For many young students in the Sequim area, he wasn’t the heralded collegiate basketball coach, the instructor, the legend.

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Sequim’s Thomas Winfield is all smiles after knocking home the game-winner Saturday afternoon.

Boys soccer: Wolves win overtime thriller

It took all 90 minutes of regulation — and a few minutes more — to decide this early Olympic League showdown.

Sequim’s Thomas Winfield is all smiles after knocking home the game-winner Saturday afternoon.
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Girls tennis: Sequim squad still perfect on courts

The Lady Wolves tennis team is off to a strong start with two early team wins.

Hannah Gauthun
Shawn Langston and son Rigo Langston join a crowd of school bond supporters in downtown Sequim on March 19.

School bond campaign begins

Seeking its most ambitious capital build project in history, Sequim School District is hoping to garner support of voters this April to replace what they call aging and unsafe buildings and create more space for Sequim’s growing kindergarten population.

Shawn Langston and son Rigo Langston join a crowd of school bond supporters in downtown Sequim on March 19.
Olympic Medical Center representatives and advocates of Senate Bill 5859

Community hospital bill a boon for OMC

Help is on the way for Olympic Medical Center and Grays Harbor Community Hospital.

Olympic Medical Center representatives and advocates of Senate Bill 5859

Editor’s Corner:

Gazette’s website gets a makeover, subscription feature

District picks Riccobene for SMS principal

Sequim’s month-long-plus search for a new middle school principal didn’t have far to look. Vince Riccobene, executive director of Teaching and Learning for the Sequim School District and former principal at Helen Haller Elementary School, was selected from a field of five finalists for the Sequim Middle School principal job.