Michael Dashiell

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project

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

River’s Edge purchase step in Dungeness River preservation project
FarmStrong’s fourth album strong on bluegrass
FarmStrong’s fourth album strong on bluegrass

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’

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

Free community concert set for Sunday in Port Angeles

NavyBand Northwest, Sequim City Band joining forces for ‘Celebration’
Deon Kapetan selected Sequim chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year

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

Deon Kapetan selected Sequim chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year
Young students tune in to ‘Adventures in Music’

Young students tune in to ‘Adventures in Music’

with a musical “adventure” to go with it. Adventures in Music began 26 years ago as a collaboration between… Continue reading

Young students tune in to ‘Adventures in Music’
Sequim chamber picks trio of finalists for 2019 Citizen of Year honor

Sequim chamber picks trio of finalists for 2019 Citizen of Year honor

A trio of local volunteers with a multitude of community projects, interests and endeavors are up for Sequim’s top civic honor this month.… Continue reading

Sequim chamber picks trio of finalists for 2019 Citizen of Year honor
Hugh Haffner, longtime PUD commissioner, dies at 72

Hugh Haffner, longtime PUD commissioner, dies at 72

Port Angeles resident had complications from stroke

Hugh Haffner, longtime PUD commissioner, dies at 72

Sequim seeks input on city’s future goals

The Sequim City Council is seeking input on their current goals in preparation for an upcoming Council Advance where they will discuss new… Continue reading

Borchers retires from YMCA CEO role

Borchers retires from YMCA CEO role

Former Seattle administrator steps in as interim

Borchers retires from YMCA CEO role
Sequim couple impose self-quarantine after Asia trip

Sequim couple impose self-quarantine after Asia trip

Both healthy; measure only a precaution against Covid-19

Sequim couple impose self-quarantine after Asia trip
Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush resigned Feb. 10 after a four-and-a-half-year stint as the city’s top administrator. (City of Sequim)

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush resigns

Lead administrator is taking a ‘mid-career break’ to pursue life goal of hiking Appalachian Trail

Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush resigned Feb. 10 after a four-and-a-half-year stint as the city’s top administrator. (City of Sequim)
State resurrects Miller Peninsula plans

State resurrects Miller Peninsula plans

‘Destination’ park eyed for 2,800-acre property

State resurrects Miller Peninsula plans
Olympic Medical Center picks interim CEO

Olympic Medical Center picks interim CEO

Darryl Wolfe, OMC’s chief operating officer, tapped

Olympic Medical Center picks interim CEO
Philanthropic Education Organization donates $400 to Boys and Girls’ Club of The Olympic Peninsula

Philanthropic Education Organization donates $400 to Boys and Girls’ Club of The Olympic Peninsula

The Port Angeles Chapter IV of the Philanthropic Education Organization (PEO) recently presented a $400 check to the Boys and Girls Club of The Olympic… Continue reading

Philanthropic Education Organization donates $400 to Boys and Girls’ Club of The Olympic Peninsula
Families can join a ranger-guided snowshoe walk at Hurricane Ridge. Walks are offered at 2 p.m. weekends and holiday Mondays. The walk lasts 1.5 hours and covers less than a mile. Snowshoes and instructions are provided. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Hurricane Ridge offers myriad winter sports

Snow flurries help open Winter Sports Area

Families can join a ranger-guided snowshoe walk at Hurricane Ridge. Walks are offered at 2 p.m. weekends and holiday Mondays. The walk lasts 1.5 hours and covers less than a mile. Snowshoes and instructions are provided. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Impeachment supporters rally in Sequim

Impeachment supporters rally in Sequim

Scott Oberstaller and Nancy Ackeman join about 200 protesters at the corner of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue on Tuesday. Organized by Indivisible… Continue reading

Impeachment supporters rally in Sequim

Sequim’s Guy Cole Event Center closing for renovations

The city of Sequim announced the Guy Cole Event Center in Carrie Blake Park in Sequim will close for renovations from Dec. 22-Feb. 29 to… Continue reading

Littlejohn, longtime Sequim philanthropist and businessman, dies at 73

Littlejohn, longtime Sequim philanthropist and businessman, dies at 73

Bill Littlejohn, a Sequim businessman who owned numerous senior care facilities and whose philanthropy and advocacy boosted dozens of local organizations, has died.… Continue reading

Littlejohn, longtime Sequim philanthropist and businessman, dies at 73