SEQUIM – This October, Blue Whole Gallery in Sequim is partnering with the Sequim Warming Center to bring awareness and understanding to the Warming Center’s mission. Last fall and winter, the Sequim Warming Center saw 506 total
By Pepper Fisher PORT ANGELES — Entrances to national parks will be blocked and thousands of park rangers will be furloughed if Congress doesn’t reach a budget agreement this weekend, the Department of Interior said Friday. That
by Oly Archibald It was a busy night of high school sports last night in Bremerton where the Sequim Wolves 12th ranked soccer team knocked off Bremerton 5-1. After 2, on-the-edge-of-your-seats close games with North Kitsap and
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK – Due to declining fire activity and favorable weather conditions, the Olympic National Park fire management team announced Thursday they are reopening some of the trail closures surrounding the current Olympic National Park lightning fires.
By Pepper Fisher Port Angeles, Wash. – The woman who was swept out to sea at Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park Monday morning has been identified as 26-year-old Seattle resident Swetha Chirumamilla. Park officials announced Wednesday evening
CLALLAM COUNTY – Clallam County Fire Marshal George Bailey announced Thursday that with the current arrival of fall rains, he is lifting the Burn Ban starting this Sunday October 1. Bailey said burn regulations are listed on
From the City of Sequim The City of Sequim is collecting YOUR feedback to create inclusive and universally accessible playgrounds at Carrie Blake Park, Margaret Kirner Park, and Dr. Standard Park. “Universally Accessible” means spaces where everyone
By Oly Archibald The Sequim Timber Wolves Junior high football team won their 2nd straight game with an 8 to 0 yellow flag infested, turnover bonanza with a lot of big offensive plays but very few points