Alana Linderoth

By hiking the 2

Sequim woman prepares to hike Pacific Crest Trail and fundraise for veterans

The thought of hiking 2,665 miles is daunting, but also thrilling, enticing and something Sarah Marble has dreamed about since she was a student at Sequim High School.

By hiking the 2
With Bell Creek running through Maple View Farm the county’s proposed exemption update and associated Best Management Practices likely apply

Lasting dispute to manage agricultural impacts nears closure

To help ensure viable farming and protection of the area’s critical areas, changes to Clallam County’s agricultural standards are underway.

With Bell Creek running through Maple View Farm the county’s proposed exemption update and associated Best Management Practices likely apply
Cellist Marlene Moore and trombonist Mike McBride host a joint CD release event May 22 at Trinity United Methodist Church.

Musical milestones for local artists

In a unique duet of sorts, two local musicians are co-hosting a celebration of their recently completed recordings.

Cellist Marlene Moore and trombonist Mike McBride host a joint CD release event May 22 at Trinity United Methodist Church.
At its annual luncheon May 5 the Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild  donated $21

A giving guild

Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild donates $21K at annual event

At its annual luncheon May 5 the Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild  donated $21
In combination with precipitation

Warm temps result in early snowmelt season

Up to 7-degrees above normal at high elevations

In combination with precipitation
On May 9

Clallam PUD commissioners oppose carbon tax

Initiative 732 to come before voters in November

On May 9
Clallam PUD

PUD officials consider possible impacts of carbon tax initiative

Sequim attorney says at least five homes not billed

Clallam PUD
From left Ed Chadd

Breaking free of fossil fuels

Climate-concerned Clallam residents join in mass action

From left Ed Chadd
In the warmth a large greenhouse Scott Chichester

Farmer aims to connect local people with local food

Chichester creates CSA program for area businesses

In the warmth a large greenhouse Scott Chichester
Excited by the opportunity to attend and compete at “the world’s largest celebration of student creativity

Sequim students are Tennessee-bound

Olympic Peninsula Academy students head to Destination Imagination Global Finals this May

Excited by the opportunity to attend and compete at “the world’s largest celebration of student creativity
Julie Stein

Burke officials work to stabilize mammoth fossil found near Sequim Bay

Process could take until the winter of 2017

Julie Stein
From left

Making headway toward reducing homelessness

Serenity House launches assessment, Sequim family shelter and youth drop-in

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Through creative ways like the “Living Fruit

Ready, Set, Go 5210!: Community health initiative kicks off

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Healthy Community Coalition is bringing health to the forefront of community goals.

Through creative ways like the “Living Fruit
While journeying along the Pacific Flyway bound for Alaska

Pacific Flyway Ambassadors make stop in Sequim

BirdTrippers follow 3,500-mile West Coast bird migration route

While journeying along the Pacific Flyway bound for Alaska
From left Sequim artists and twins Deborah Harrison and Dianna Sarto with their collaborative art piece made from layered water glass were inspired by the wild rivers of the Pacific Northwest to creatively convey the sacredness of water.

Twin Visions: Artistic Sequim sisters share the sacredness of water

As identical twins, Dianna Sarto and Deborah Harrison have a lot in common. From their graceful smiles and gentle sense of being to an acute awareness of nature and all its beauty.

From left Sequim artists and twins Deborah Harrison and Dianna Sarto with their collaborative art piece made from layered water glass were inspired by the wild rivers of the Pacific Northwest to creatively convey the sacredness of water.
Water rushes onto Seventh Avenue on the evening of April 7. City officials estimate about 500

Burst pipe sends water onto downtown street

Break in Sequim water main causes flooding, pavement damage

Water rushes onto Seventh Avenue on the evening of April 7. City officials estimate about 500
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Sharpening skills with Sequim icon

SHS class continues elk-welding tradition; Sculptures to support student scholarships

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Kyle Parrish

Clallam’s National Federation of the Blind to host Vision Loss Fair

the Clallam County National Federation of the Blind is hosting its fourth annual Vision Loss Fair from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Friday, April. 22

Kyle Parrish
Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society members are studying the western bluebird.

OPAS engages citizen scientists in new project watching western bluebird

The number of western bluebirds is seemingly dwindling in Clallam County, but Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society members hope to change that.

Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society members are studying the western bluebird.
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Shining a spotlight on student filmmakers

Film festival, art show set Friday, April 22

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