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Locally crafted: ciders, meads and distilleries

For people who enjoy a good artisanal alcoholic beverage, the Pacific Northwest is the place to be.

Tour de Whatcom registration open, multiple distances available

Get your pedals in gear, registration for the Tour de Whatcom bike ride recently opened for its 16th year. The ride will start the...

Nooksack River adjudication is ‘likely,’ department of ecology to sort out...

By Nolan Baker A half-million-dollar budget for review and court ruling of water rights along the Nooksack River basin is likely to be approved by...

Last chair

Still time for a couple more runs Story by Ian Haupt   •   Photo by Audra Lee Mercille Last chair. It’s when many head to...

Fresh corduroy, crackly loaves, trainer sessions

A day in the life of a local cyclist with an eye on the pros Story by Jack Bardi I’ve been accused of taking on too...

What to expect in a backcountry rescue

Story and photos by Jason D. Martin, American Alpine Institute executive director You’re sliding down a pristine snow slope, miles from the trailhead. That’s when it...

Newsroom, spring 2021

By Conor Wilson Peninsula Adventure – Gravel Unravel  After canceling its Gravel Unravel race last June due to the pandemic, Peninsula Adventure Sports will return to...

WA360: You don’t have to be nuts, but it would sure...

Story by Pat Grubb What do you do if you’ve been holding the longest race in North America since 2015, one that won’t let you...

Stretch like a lion

Sitting stretches to do throughout the day Story and photos by Luca Williams But ask now the beasts, and they shall teach thee. Job 12:7 In the...

Chasing waves on the Olympic Peninsula

Story and photos by Ian Ferguson It was 5:30 in the morning in the dead of winter – I was in my car in the...