Michael Dashiell

Memories revived in ‘The Drive in ’65’

Memories revived in ‘The Drive in ’65’

Sequim author’s memoir recounts cross-country journey

Memories revived in ‘The Drive in ’65’
Lavender field trips

Lavender field trips

Kiersten Week and 8-year-old Ava Week of Leavenworth share a moment while perusing the lavender fields at Purple Haze Organic Lavender Farm. It was the… Continue reading

Lavender field trips

Sequim schools EPO, capital project levies on hold

A pair of levy proposals — one that sustains about 17 percent of the Sequim School District’s annual budget, the second to help… Continue reading

Sequim nonprofit continues rummage sale fundraiser

Sequim nonprofit continues rummage sale fundraiser

With a building full of “unusual stuff,” staff and volunteers with Olympic Theatre Arts Center are looking to clear some space and raise… Continue reading

Sequim nonprofit continues rummage sale fundraiser
UPDATED: Sequim author, educator releases ‘A Work in Progress’

UPDATED: Sequim author, educator releases ‘A Work in Progress’

Months removed from that fateful fall all those months ago, Jon Eekhoff said he can walk and talk and smile, an outward show… Continue reading

UPDATED: Sequim author, educator releases ‘A Work in Progress’
Collaboration helps Purple Martins find homes

Collaboration helps Purple Martins find homes

Newest project for four nest boxes completed in Port Angeles Harbor

Collaboration helps Purple Martins find homes
Sequim caps street rehab project with wheeled ribbon-cutting

Sequim caps street rehab project with wheeled ribbon-cutting

A multi-partner Sequim street project nearly eight years in the making is complete and was feted with a unique ribbon cutting. The City… Continue reading

Sequim caps street rehab project with wheeled ribbon-cutting
93 birthday candles

93 birthday candles

Family and friends gather — and give an “air hug” — to Mary Andrew to celebrate her 93rd birthday at Sinclair Place in… Continue reading

93 birthday candles
Early-morning fire damages East Sequim Bay Road home

Early-morning fire damages East Sequim Bay Road home

An early Wednesday morning fire left a 4,000-square-foot home on Sequim Bay extensively damaged. No one was injured, said Assistant Chief Dan Orr… Continue reading

Early-morning fire damages East Sequim Bay Road home
Clallam judge denies MAT clinic injunction for now

Clallam judge denies MAT clinic injunction for now

Court review must await city appeals process

Clallam judge denies MAT clinic injunction for now
Michael Dashiell /Olympic Peninsula News Group                                After receiving her diploma, class president Erin Dwyer gets an elbow bump from Sequim High School principal Shawn Langston at Friday’s SHS commencement ceremony. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim celebrates graduates

Class of 2020 president Erin Dwyer gets an elbow bump from Sequim High School principal Shawn Langston at Friday’s SHS commencement ceremony after receiving her… Continue reading

Michael Dashiell /Olympic Peninsula News Group                                After receiving her diploma, class president Erin Dwyer gets an elbow bump from Sequim High School principal Shawn Langston at Friday’s SHS commencement ceremony. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
Library system eyes grant for Sequim building expansion

Library system eyes grant for Sequim building expansion

The North Olympic Library System’s effort in 2018 to convince voters of the need to expand its Sequim Library came up short. Now,… Continue reading

Library system eyes grant for Sequim building expansion
Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County sets summer building class

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County sets summer building class

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County is hosting a seven-week class designed for young adults to learn the skills necessary for a… Continue reading

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County sets summer building class
Clallam County Fair canceled this year

Clallam County Fair canceled this year

Follows earlier decision by Jefferson County Fair officials

Clallam County Fair canceled this year

United Way’s literacy council starts book fundraiser

Looking for a safe way to get books into the hands of locals, particularly children, the United Way of Clallam County’s Literacy… Continue reading

Sen. Murray calls for more testing, small business help

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

Sen. Murray calls for more testing, small business help
Sequim School Board approves staff cuts

Sequim School Board approves staff cuts

Reductions may not be necessary

Sequim School Board approves staff cuts
Detectives find apparent motive for fatal shootings in Sequim area

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

Detectives find apparent motive for fatal shootings in Sequim area
Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal marks festival with mini parade

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

Irrigation Festival Grand Marshal marks festival with mini parade