Michael Dashiell

Sen. Murray calls for more testing, small business help

As Sen. Patty Murray sees it, a nation stymied by the COVID-19 pandemic shouldn’t have to choose between improving public health and re-opening the economy.… Continue reading

 

Groups form fund to help local farmers

Donations through Monday; requests due Tuesday

 

Sequim School Board approves staff cuts

Reductions may not be necessary

 

Detectives find apparent motive for fatal shootings in Sequim area

A fatal shooting this week in a house near Sequim apparently was prompted by differing expectations for a relationship, authorities said Friday after… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal marks festival with mini parade

A worldwide pandemic has interrupted Washington state’s longest-running community festival, but that didn’t stop its Grand Marshal from a bit of tongue-in-cheek pageantry… Continue reading

Kilmer talks economic impact, legislation during pandemic

Federal lawmakers have been busy in recent days and weeks with a spate of bills aimed at carrying individuals and businesses through what U.S. Representative… Continue reading

Sequim School Board mulls $2 million in cuts

Sequim Superintendent Rob Clark anticipates having to cut about $2 million from the school district’s approximately $41.6 million budget for the 2020-21 academic… Continue reading

Brothers make face shields with 3-D printer

A Christmas present and an encounter with a social media post led two Sequim residents to help front-line nurses and at-risk locals alike… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society reopens by appointment

The Olympic Peninsula Humane Society is once again open to adopting its furry clientele — but by appointment only. The humane society… Continue reading

Online art show, ‘Earth: An Abstract,’ opens Saturday

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center launches first virtual exhibit

Sequim schools prepare for $2.6M in cuts for 2020-21 academic year

Paraeductor, teacher positions may be eliminated

Nourish’s meals program helps feed OMC staff, community positivity

Public fuels Sequim business’ GoFundMe drive past $10K

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project

While dozens of projects throughout the region have been postponed, a collaborative push to conserve more than 100 acres of farmland in Sequim… Continue reading

Organizers cancel Soroptimist’s Gala Garden Show

22nd-annual event was set for March 21-22

NavyBand Northwest, Sequim City Band joining forces for ‘Celebration’

Free community concert set for Sunday in Port Angeles

Deon Kapetan selected Sequim chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year

A community volunteer lauded for her work with Washington state’s longest running festival and other organizations, Deon Kapetan is the Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of… Continue reading