Alana Linderoth

Steve Brooks sits with his wife Valerie. Having been diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome

Deputy seeks stem cell transplant

As the new year approaches, one man is preparing for a potentially lifesaving medical procedure.

Steve Brooks sits with his wife Valerie. Having been diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome
Ralph Turner

Candid kindness

Animal sanctuary volunteer honored for his compassion

Ralph Turner
Property rezone OK’d for disc golf course

Property rezone OK’d for disc golf course

County commissioner: ‘Another star in the recreation constellation’

Property rezone OK’d for disc golf course
Opportunity Fund Board supports SARC funding request

Opportunity Fund Board supports SARC funding request

Grant moves into Clallam County commissioners’ hands

Opportunity Fund Board supports SARC funding request
The newly built bridge at Railroad Bridge Park will open for use on Thursday

Christmas comes early for park and trail users

Bridge at Railroad Bridge Park opens Dec. 24, celebration Dec. 30

The newly built bridge at Railroad Bridge Park will open for use on Thursday
BMX riders like Nate Hampton and Chris Ryerson

Slippery slopes at skatepark, BMX track

As conditions at park decline, fforts to rebuild park underway

BMX riders like Nate Hampton and Chris Ryerson
Quickly scalding the turkey in 140-degree water allowed Ralph Riccio and Alana Linderoth to easily pluck the bird in preparation for the next step of cleaning it.

Reporter’s Notebook: A thoughtful turkey day

This holiday season my Thanksgiving and Christmas feasting experiences were hands-on.

Quickly scalding the turkey in 140-degree water allowed Ralph Riccio and Alana Linderoth to easily pluck the bird in preparation for the next step of cleaning it.
Clea Rome

Capitalizing on COIN

Investment network develops, keeps local money local

Clea Rome
The sharp image of a set of tracks discovered within freshly fallen snow at Hurricane Ridge is one Ross Hamilton (inset) had never before publicly shared photographs until recently included in the 2016 calendar.

Through his eyes

Photographer Ross Hamilton shares insight of Olympic Peninsula landscapes

The sharp image of a set of tracks discovered within freshly fallen snow at Hurricane Ridge is one Ross Hamilton (inset) had never before publicly shared photographs until recently included in the 2016 calendar.
Commissioners OK 2016 county budget

Commissioners OK 2016 county budget

An 11 percent spending increase is slated for 2016

Commissioners OK 2016 county budget
North Olympic Land Trust was awarded $344

Historical Sequim farm is earmarked for conservation

North Olympic Land Trust awarded $344,000 toward project

North Olympic Land Trust was awarded $344
Jim Jones

County to handle city’s misdemeanor, traffic cases

Misdemeanors committed within the Sequim city limits will be handled at the county level starting in 2016.

Jim Jones
Find a tree at The Co-op Farm & Garden

Collecting for Christmas: Sequim Community Aid group readies for annual gift giveaway

The chill of winter has come, but with it the warmth of community collaboration. For 68 years, those working under the nonprofit, all-volunteer organization Sequim Community Aid have hosted the annual Toys for Sequim Kids to help ensure parents or guardians can give their children from infants through 14 years old a Christmas gift.

Find a tree at The Co-op Farm & Garden
Bringing their past Kiwanis experience and diverse backgrounds with a common passion for community involvement and an emphasis on children

Kiwanis club makes comeback

‘Improving the world one child and one community at a time’

Bringing their past Kiwanis experience and diverse backgrounds with a common passion for community involvement and an emphasis on children
Based on three years of records

Sequim students and advocates struggle to handle homeless issues

Within the Sequim School District, 101 students have self-identified as being homeless

Based on three years of records
Relying on creativity and collaboration

A future for Sequim’s farmland

Challenges, efforts and successes to maintain local farms

Relying on creativity and collaboration
From left Joe Holtrop

Dungeness Bay becomes a reflection of collaboration

Puget Sound Partnership officials gathered in Sequim to honor those leading the local effort to improve the area’s water quality.

From left Joe Holtrop
A Sequim resident for more than 10 years and an author

Author aims to spread her love of books

‘Bulls-Eye and Tigger Go to the Museum’ soon to hit bookshelves nationwide

A Sequim resident for more than 10 years and an author
Surrounded by granite and expansive vistas at Medicine Park

Reporter’s Notebook: A microcosm of environmental change, in focus

Reporter Alana Linderoth discusses her trip to Oklahoma to discuss the environment with other journalists.

Surrounded by granite and expansive vistas at Medicine Park
Gastroenterologist Duane Webb moved from Vancouver

OMC grapples with growing health care demands

Significant challenges felt on local and national levels, leaders say

Gastroenterologist Duane Webb moved from Vancouver