Michael Dashiell

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Author to detail Alzheimer’s journey in radio interview

Portion of book sales benefit Sequim Rotary

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Sequim Valley Airport up for sale after 35 years

Stockholders seek new owners who have ‘same vision’

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The Sequim Warming Center at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is open evenings this fall and winter when predicted temperatures fall to 35 degrees or colder. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim Warming Center open, modified for pandemic

A warm place for those who need it in Sequim on cold fall and winter nights is open once again, modified this year… Continue reading

The Sequim Warming Center at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is open evenings this fall and winter when predicted temperatures fall to 35 degrees or colder. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Scouts and other volunteers help complete refurbishing of six picnic tables at Pioneer Memorial Park, part of Calem Ryne Klinger’s Eagle Scout project. Photo courtesy of Sequim Prairie Garden Club

Sequim Eagle Scout candidate leads park picnic table project

A half-dozen picnic tables at Pioneer Memorial Park near downtown Sequim have received a significant makeover, thanks to a local Scout. Eagle Scout… Continue reading

Scouts and other volunteers help complete refurbishing of six picnic tables at Pioneer Memorial Park, part of Calem Ryne Klinger’s Eagle Scout project. Photo courtesy of Sequim Prairie Garden Club
Four people were sent to Port Angeles and Everett on Friday afternoon after a collision at the intersection of US Highway 101 and Carlsborg Road. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Carlsborg Road- Highway 101 crash sends four to hospitals

A Sequim man who the State Patrol said blew through a red light at U.S. Highway 101 and Carlsborg Road and caused a… Continue reading

Four people were sent to Port Angeles and Everett on Friday afternoon after a collision at the intersection of US Highway 101 and Carlsborg Road. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Sequim honors veterans in unique celebration

‘We must stand beside them’

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Peninsula woman receives rare lungs, liver transplant

Sequim woman winning fight of two autoimmune diseases

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Tharinger fends off Pruiett to keep legislative seat

Incumbent Steve Tharinger said positivity, experience and teamwork with fellow legislators helped him retain his state representative seat this fall. Tharinger, a Democrat, held a… Continue reading

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Rally ‘round the ballots

About 40 people join a rally and walk in downtown Sequim on Wednesday afternoon to support the counting of all ballots in the 2020 general… Continue reading

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Sequim High School principal Shawn Langston speaks at the school’s 2020 graduation ceremony. The longtime administrator has been placed on leave. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim High School principal placed on leave

Investigation to be handled through district

Sequim High School principal Shawn Langston speaks at the school’s 2020 graduation ceremony. The longtime administrator has been placed on leave. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Rob Clark is officially sworn in as the interim superintendent of the Sequim School District by Judge Brian Coughenour in August 2019. Clark on leave as of Oct. 22 pending the outcome of a complaint, school district officials said this week. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley
Rob Clark is officially sworn in as the interim superintendent of the Sequim School District by Judge Brian Coughenour in August 2019. Clark on leave as of Oct. 22 pending the outcome of a complaint, school district officials said this week. Sequim Gazette file photo by Conor Dowley
Vern Frykholm, a mainstay at the Northwest Colonial Festival, is pictured portraying George Washington at an earlier event, will be the featured speaker Saturday at The George Washington Inn, talking with local youths in grades 1-3.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Vern Frykholm, a mainstay at the Northwest Colonial Festival, is pictured portraying George Washington at an earlier event, will be the featured speaker Saturday at The George Washington Inn, talking with local youths in grades 1-3.  Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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Sequim man builds boat, revisits love for water

Writer gives up motorcycle riding to rekindle hobby

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Sequim poet weaves personal place with ‘Terrain’

Hietpas’ debut collection inspired by pain, perseverance

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Sequim bicyclist rides hundreds of miles for a cause

Sequim bicyclist rides hundreds of miles for a cause

Man promotes Captain Joseph House

Sequim bicyclist rides hundreds of miles for a cause
Through pandemic, spay-neuter clinics continue

Through pandemic, spay-neuter clinics continue

Thanks to a donation to the Peninsula Friends of Animals, owners of 11 pets were able to take advantage of a spay/neuter clinic.… Continue reading

Through pandemic, spay-neuter clinics continue
Planning revived for new park

Planning revived for new park

Officials: Miller Peninsula to be a ‘destination’ park

Planning revived for new park