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Local Coast Guard rescues man in Olympic National Park

PORT ANGELES — The Coast Guard rescued an injured hiker from the beach near Cape Johnson in Olympic National Park Monday afternoon. At 1:50 p.m., Coast Guard watchstanders got a call from the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center relaying a park rangers’ request for assistance in rescuing a 73-year-old man with an apparent leg injury.
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A Day in Port Gamble

Spending a day in Port Gamble is like taking a step back in time. This wonderful historic community setting on the northwest shore of Kitsap County was developed beginning in 1841 by a U.S. Navy expedition on the 2-mile-long bay at the mouth of Hood Canal. Named after Lt. Robert Gamble, who was wounded in the War of 1812, it was established as a true company town to support the sawmills that provided lumber for the world market. The Pope and Talbot mill finally closed in 1995 and is now a historic site, preserved to reflect an authentic company mill town.
PORT GAMBLE, WA
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Cyclist killed in collision with garbage truck in Sequim

SEQUIM – There was a fatal collision in Sequim Monday afternoon between an Olympic Disposal garbage truck and a bicyclist, in the area of River Road and Silberhorn. Police Chief Sheri Crain reported what she could as of 3:00pm Monday. “This is still under investigation but, you know, it...
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Dump truck, shed destroyed in fire near Hansville

A full-sized dump truck and large shed were consumed by fire near Hansville Tuesday night, but firefighters were able to keep the blaze from spreading to additional buildings or vehicles. The fire’s cause remains under investigation, and officials at the Kitsap County Fire Marshal’s Office are looking for anyone with...
HANSVILLE, WA
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The best places to visit in Washington State, from Paradise to Port Townsend

Washington State’s perennial highlights are its wild open spaces, ideal for kayaking, climbing, hiking and skiing © Thomas Barwick / Getty Images. Washington is a state of dramatic differences, both physical and cultural. The east mixes vineyards with barren scablands and river coulees, while the west is a patchwork of drippy evergreen forests, clinging to the skirts of snowy mountain ranges punctuated by dome-shaped volcanoes.
PORT TOWNSEND, WA
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Flooding tides to ebb this year in Washington

(The Center Square) – Coastal Washington should see a slight decrease in the number of King Tides over the coming year despite an overall upward trend in the phenomenon. The slowdown is due in part to the lingering effects from La Niña, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced in its “The State of High Tide Flooding and 2022 Outlook.”
SEATTLE, WA
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