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.
Hundreds of abandoned tires are littering the shoreline and intertidal zone of what appeared vacated property along Sequim Bay.
Trails Coalition acknowledges past, future progress
Cascadia Rising exercises scheduled for June 7-10 including Sequim
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.
Scientists seek DNA to evaluate Olympic National Park’s reintroduction efforts
Majority of PUD commissioners OK continuing community project
To help ensure viable farming and protection of the area’s critical areas, changes to Clallam County’s agricultural standards are underway.
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.
In a unique duet of sorts, two local musicians are co-hosting a celebration of their recently completed recordings.
Up to 7-degrees above normal at high elevations
Initiative 732 to come before voters in November
Sequim-Dungeness Hospital Guild donates $21K at annual event