After winning the “best wedding cakes” award in western Washington, owner of That Takes the Cake, Sue Boucher, and her husband Paul, received a welcomed visit last week from KING 5’s “Evening Magazine” news team to film a segment about the bakery.
Along with project partners, county officials are nearing the design phase for replacing a 1960s-era levee, allowing the Dungeness River to use its historic floodplain, restore habitat and reduce flood risks.
“From the Air: Olympic Peninsula,” co-authored by local pilot and photographer David Woodcock and nature writer, poet and essayist Tim McNulty, is back for a second tour of the Olympic Peninsula from a birds-eye view.
Bringing an 18-month project to a close, those involved with creating a Pollution Identification and Correction (PIC) Plan for the Sequim Bay-Dungeness Watershed Clean Water District have completed the draft plan and soon will begin a pilot project near Dungeness Bay.
Staff with Peninsula Friends of Animals, a nonprofit animal welfare group, target an area notorious to host a large feral cat population at the Welcome Inn RV Park west of Port Angeles on Saturday, Dec. 6.
Three men aboard a 24-foot Bayliner made it to the Dungeness Spit and sought refuge at the New Dungeness Lighthouse on Monday evening after calling the U.S. Coast Guard’s Puget Sound Joint Harbor Operations Center at about 5:30 p.m.