Cydney McFarland

Mountain View Commons as community resilience center topic of workshops

Community members and local leaders attended a two-day workshop to jump-start work on upgrading the Mountain View Commons into both a recreational… Continue reading

Jefferson County GOP files complaint about Cherry Street apartment building

City officials have said they will look into a complaint made by members of the Jefferson County Republican Party over the state… Continue reading

Point Hudson development options unveiled

What should be done to develop Point Hudson? That was the question asked of community members at a Wednesday meeting as Port… Continue reading

Jefferson County commissioner answers complaint about funds transfer to Homes Now

Jefferson County Commissioner David Sullivan admits he made a mistake when he moved surplus campaign funds to Homes Now, the organization behind… Continue reading

Port Townsend workshops to focus on community recovery from disaster

Residents and community leaders are invited to attend workshops today and Friday on making the 7-acre Mountain View Commons campus a community… Continue reading

Jefferson commissioners delay on funds for grant to study Anderson Lake toxins

The Jefferson County commissioners are holding off on a decision on matching funds for a grant from the state Department of Ecology… Continue reading

Port Townsend gathers information on stormwater at open house

About a dozen community members lent their insight to city officials during an open house on some of Port Townsend’s problem areas… Continue reading

Former Chimacum superintendent’s accomplishments remembered

Lloyd Olson, a former superintendent of the Chimacum School District who oversaw the renovations of the high school and what is now the… Continue reading

Schooner gets helping hand from Salish Rescue after grounding at Port Townsend

An 80-foot schooner was back afloat Monday thanks to volunteers and students from Salish Rescue after a hard grounding at the beach… Continue reading

Matching challenge aims to speed fundraising for bid to buy former Ajax Cafe land, building

Anonymous donors have created a challenge that will match all donations made to the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building to fund… Continue reading

Chefs open new eatery in Port Townsend

A new restaurant in Port Townsend is focusing on farm-to-table meals and featuring local ingredients with a menu that changes with the… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend eyes adding debt to fund replacement of Point Hudson breakwater

Port of Port Townsend commissioners have agreed to incur debt up to the agency’s capacity, if necessary, to fix the Point Hudson… Continue reading

Mukilteo woman remains in intensive care after wreck on Highway 104

A Mukilteo woman was in serious condition in a Seattle hospital Thursday after a wreck involving a semitruck and a small Honda… Continue reading

Jefferson Transit considers second-chance drug policy

The Jefferson County Transit Authority has proposed a revision to its zero-tolerance drug policy that would give employees a second chance if… Continue reading

Petition urges funding for more Jefferson County deputies

The Sheriff’s Citizen Advisory Committee is seeking signatures on a petition to put pressure on county officials to find the funds to… Continue reading

Soil samples to inform final design of new south jetty at Point Hudson

The Port of Port Townsend has taken its first visible steps toward a design of a new south jetty at Point Hudson.… Continue reading

Two hurt in wreck involving semitruck, car on Highway 104 near Shine Road

Two people were hurt in a wreck involving a semitruck and a Honda Civic on state Highway 104 on Tuesday. East Jefferson… Continue reading

Academy-Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville tells how he got started

Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville found his life’s work at a young age. Neville, the Port Townsend Film Festival special guest,… Continue reading

Tri-Area Food Bank moves to larger locale

PORT HADLOCK – The Tri-Area Food Bank has moved to a new venue at 760 Chimacum Road after roughly 15 years of fundraising efforts. “The… Continue reading

Chimacum teacher finalist for Teacher of Year

Chimacum High School teacher Gary Coyan was a finalist for this year’s Washington State Teacher of the Year award after being selected to… Continue reading