Michael Dashiell

Sequim home part of national energy efficiency ‘open house’ tour
Sequim home part of national energy efficiency ‘open house’ tour

State officials concerned about vape-related lung illnesses

Peninsula pot retailers: Vape products are tested, safe

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim thumps Washington

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim thumps Washington

Tough defense, an offense that looks in mid-season form and plenty of big-play highlights. Sequim’s Wolves looked anything but rusty in their season… Continue reading

PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim thumps Washington
‘Road Ahead’ aims to help prepare for life’s challenges

‘Road Ahead’ aims to help prepare for life’s challenges

“Road Ahead” organizer Mary Coupland aims to steer clear of the idea of a “senior” fair and instead offer an event that anyone… Continue reading

‘Road Ahead’ aims to help prepare for life’s challenges
Annual ‘Reach and Row’ for VHOCC goes to two days

Annual ‘Reach and Row’ for VHOCC goes to two days

Once the premier portion of the annual event, Sequim Bay Yacht Club’s sailing regatta is getting a challenge in popularity from the club’s… Continue reading

Annual ‘Reach and Row’ for VHOCC goes to two days
PREP SWIMMING: Sequim graduate named new swim coach

PREP SWIMMING: Sequim graduate named new swim coach

Sarah Thorson made an impact in both the pool and on the basketball court at Sequim High. Now the Sequim High grad and… Continue reading

PREP SWIMMING: Sequim graduate named new swim coach
Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire, Sequim Valley Fly-in Air Affaire draws thousands

Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire, Sequim Valley Fly-in Air Affaire draws thousands

With clearer skies than last year’s event, the 2019 Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Sequim Valley Fly-in saw a strong turnout this past… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire, Sequim Valley Fly-in Air Affaire draws thousands
Rotary Club of Sequim donates second adaptive bike

Rotary Club of Sequim donates second adaptive bike

A program to help local youths take on mobility challenges is rolling on. The Rotary Club of Sequim recently awarded its second adaptive… Continue reading

Rotary Club of Sequim donates second adaptive bike
U.S. Rep. Kilmer talks jobs, training, healthcare at Sequim chamber meeting

U.S. Rep. Kilmer talks jobs, training, healthcare at Sequim chamber meeting

While looking more toward solutions that spur economic growth than the partisan infighting in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer brought a sense… Continue reading

U.S. Rep. Kilmer talks jobs, training, healthcare at Sequim chamber meeting
State announces grants to preserve historic barns, cemeteries

State announces grants to preserve historic barns, cemeteries

The Washington Trust has announced funding is available for two statewide grant programs: Heritage Barn Grants and Historic Cemetery Grants. This will be… Continue reading

State announces grants to preserve historic barns, cemeteries

Hospital district candidate hearing set for Sept. 5

A hearing to determine Anne Marie Henninger’s eligibility to run for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner has been set for early September,… Continue reading

Clallam County Fair ready to reach 100

Clallam County Fair ready to reach 100

Days of events to kick off Thursday at fairgrounds in Port Angeles

Clallam County Fair ready to reach 100
PREP SOCCER: Sequim’s Dave Brasher stepping down after 24 seasons

PREP SOCCER: Sequim’s Dave Brasher stepping down after 24 seasons

In the past 24 seasons under head coach Dave Brasher, Sequim High School’s boys soccer blossomed… Continue reading

PREP SOCCER: Sequim’s Dave Brasher stepping down after 24 seasons
Cline Barn’s birthday highlights links to pioneer families

Cline Barn’s birthday highlights links to pioneer families

What do you get at a venue that’s turning 85 and has been a gymnasium, a dance hall, an event center and storage… Continue reading

Cline Barn’s birthday highlights links to pioneer families
History finds a new home: Sequim Museum & Arts sets opening for new facility
History finds a new home: Sequim Museum & Arts sets opening for new facility
Manis mastodon remnants donated to Washington State Historical Society

Manis mastodon remnants donated to Washington State Historical Society

More than four decades ago, a couple’s discovery on their Sequim property changed the way archaeologists viewed North American human history — and,… Continue reading

Manis mastodon remnants donated to Washington State Historical Society
Sticking together: Sequim mother-son duo to compete in international martial arts event

Sticking together: Sequim mother-son duo to compete in international martial arts event

The first time she saw it, Kathrin Sumpter recalled, was during a martial arts exhibition — likely a black belt karate showcase —… Continue reading

Sticking together: Sequim mother-son duo to compete in international martial arts event
Many care for dogs from Agnew rescue

Many care for dogs from Agnew rescue

Five weeks after being rescued from what pet advocates said were unhealthy and dangerous conditions at an Agnew home, most of the more… Continue reading

Many care for dogs from Agnew rescue
7 Cedars gets rebrand: Hotel expansion prompts new look, logo

7 Cedars gets rebrand: Hotel expansion prompts new look, logo

As its cornerstone facility gets a major expansion, the 7 Cedars brand is getting a make-over as well. Officials overseeing the construction of… Continue reading

7 Cedars gets rebrand: Hotel expansion prompts new look, logo
A makeover for historic Sequim barn

A makeover for historic Sequim barn

A bit of serendipity, a friendly neighbor and a state-funded program is helping keep a piece of Sequim history alive. The Olson family,… Continue reading

A makeover for historic Sequim barn