Alana Linderoth

Shawn Stanley

State seeks to stabilize river bank near hatchery

Migration of the Dungeness River is threatening the longevity of the Hurd Creek Hatchery.

 

Shawn Stanley

State seeks to stabilize river bank near hatchery

Migration of the Dungeness River is threatening the longevity of the Hurd Creek Hatchery.

 

Tansy ragwort is an example of a noxious weed that can be lethal to horses and cattle that Clallam County Noxious Weed Control officials would like to better control in collaboration with the county Road Department through their roadside vegetation and noxious weed management draft plan.

Weeding out what works

A multi-tool approach to county roadside vegetation and noxious weed management

 

July 4

‘British born, American by choice’

Sequim couple reflect on their citizenship

July 4
Amid the soccer players

Ultimate frisbee flies into Sequim SLIDESHOW

Community invited to participate in weekly games at Haller fields

Amid the soccer players
Dan Tharp

Heart attack spurs local business owner to refocus

Services narrowed at Ecycle Northwest

Dan Tharp
League of Women Voters

Youth shine spotlight on the challenges felt in Clallam County

A group of local youth driven to inspire positive changes will expose the underbelly of Clallam County through two creative and engaging performances.

League of Women Voters
From left Len Borchers

Sequim YMCA’s community campaign launches June 21

YMCA officials are gearing up for their grand opening in Sequim.

From left Len Borchers
During a field trip to Railroad Bridge Park fifth-grade classmates (from left) Jonas Welch

‘Dine on the Dungeness’ set to support outdoor education

Envision a warm summer evening perched on a historical bridge above a wild river, surrounded by your friends, family and immersed in the sound of the water’s rumble, highlighted with the soft singing of birds — that’s what Dine on the Dungeness offers.

During a field trip to Railroad Bridge Park fifth-grade classmates (from left) Jonas Welch
Despite the odds and the challenging road traveled

Defeating the odds: Community reflected in mother’s, son’s academic achievements

New life and fresh beginnings are often linked to spring and for one mother and son, this spring is nothing short of sheer resilience.

Despite the odds and the challenging road traveled
Under the Clallam County PUD’s plan to build a community solar project

PUD solar program moving forward after commissioners show their support

A reduced payback period is expected to tip the scale toward the completion of a community solar project.

Under the Clallam County PUD’s plan to build a community solar project
Joe Holtrop

County staff glean farmers’ input on proposed code change

To better track potential impacts of agricultural activity in or near streams and wetlands, Clallam County officials are turning to an adaptive management approach.

Joe Holtrop
Inside the Emergency Operations Center in the Sequim Transit Center

Getting ready for the ‘Big One’

Cascadia Rising helps hone skills of emergency responders

Inside the Emergency Operations Center in the Sequim Transit Center
More than 200 tires once placed as shoreline armoring along Sequim Bay will be removed as part of a restoration project spearheaded by the North Olympic Salmon Coalition.

Sequim Bay kayakers question derelict tires

Hundreds of abandoned tires are littering the shoreline and intertidal zone of what appeared vacated property along Sequim Bay.

More than 200 tires once placed as shoreline armoring along Sequim Bay will be removed as part of a restoration project spearheaded by the North Olympic Salmon Coalition.
Movement along the Cascadia Subduction Zone — a roughly 800-mile long fault where the smaller Juan de Fuca plate is slipping beneath the North American plate — is projected to cause a large earthquake and tsunami.

First responders training for area natural disaster

Cascadia Rising exercises scheduled for June 7-10 including Sequim

Movement along the Cascadia Subduction Zone — a roughly 800-mile long fault where the smaller Juan de Fuca plate is slipping beneath the North American plate — is projected to cause a large earthquake and tsunami.
Once complete

Growing the Olympic Discovery Trail

Trails Coalition acknowledges past, future progress

Once complete
The Dungeness Water Rule area is separated into two categories: green and yellow. The yellow indicates the more southern portion of the rule area where only indoor domestic water use is permitted and no outdoor water mitigation is yet available.

Local group aims to refute Dungeness Water Rule

The old saying “Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting,” attributed to Mark Twain, may be proving true in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley given a trial on the validity of the Dungeness Water Rule is set for Oct. 21 at the Thurston County Superior Court.

The Dungeness Water Rule area is separated into two categories: green and yellow. The yellow indicates the more southern portion of the rule area where only indoor domestic water use is permitted and no outdoor water mitigation is yet available.
Stephen Rosales

A special delivery: Letter carriers collect for area food banks

On Saturday, May 21, more than 11,500 pounds of food and $380 were donated to the Sequim Food Bank for the 24th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.

Stephen Rosales
Scientists are working to learn more about a fisher

A fisher finding

Scientists seek DNA to evaluate Olympic National Park’s reintroduction efforts

Scientists are working to learn more about a fisher
Solar project perseveres

Solar project perseveres

Majority of PUD commissioners OK continuing community project

Solar project perseveres