Jeannie McMacken

PHOTO: New gravel going in at Port of Port Townsend

Regraveling at the Port of Port Townsend began this week and is expected to direct water flow into filtration systems and create a hard surface… Continue reading

Chimacum Backpacks For Kids program starts another season of boosting nutrition

A new season of helping the Chimacum Backpacks For Kids program is underway after a couple dozen volunteers got to work filling… Continue reading

Hearing on Jefferson shooting facility ordinance delayed

A public hearing on a draft commercial shooting facility ordinance has been postponed to Oct. 1 after originally being set for Monday,… Continue reading

Man arrested for investigation of Port Townsend arson

A man with no known address has been arrested for investigation of arson and other crimes. Jay A. Baker, 56, remained Saturday… Continue reading

State waives make-up days for new Port Townsend elementary school

The State Board of Education has approved a waiver for Salish Coast Elementary that means the students and staff will not need… Continue reading

New elementary school opens in Port Townsend

As the sun broke through a cloudy sky on Tuesday, students and their parents arrived at the new Salish Coast Elementary School… Continue reading

The Chimacum Grange celebrates 100 years of service to the agriculture community with a pancake breakfast Sunday. Feeding the pig bank held by grange Treasurer Al Latham is Katy McCoy, member of the advisory council. Grange events coordinator Tia Taylor, left, and Program Director James Fritz are hoping to raise money to help offset the cost of operating the building, constructed in 1932. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Chimacum Grange marks century of service

The Chimacum Grange will celebrate a century of service to the agricultural community this weekend with a pancake breakfast and music at its… Continue reading

The Chimacum Grange celebrates 100 years of service to the agriculture community with a pancake breakfast Sunday. Feeding the pig bank held by grange Treasurer Al Latham is Katy McCoy, member of the advisory council. Grange events coordinator Tia Taylor, left, and Program Director James Fritz are hoping to raise money to help offset the cost of operating the building, constructed in 1932. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County tour spotlights working farms

Farms, animals, food and crafts will be celebrated during the 16th annual Jefferson County Farm Tour this weekend. The self-guided tour, runs… Continue reading

Tall ship venue for rock opera in Port Townsend

After a two-month delay in obtaining visas for its international performers and technical artists, the Caravan Stage Co. sailed into town this… Continue reading

Port Townsend fires considered suspicious

Three suspicious fires were investigated by Port Townsend police over the weekend. Police responded to a fire at the Port Townsend Post… Continue reading

Repairs set to begin soon for Salish ferry

The MV Kennewick will be the only ferry serving the Port Townsend-Coupeville route for the foreseeable future after the MV Salish was… Continue reading

Port Townsend display illustrates battle some veterans face at home

On a small grass strip adjacent to the American Legion Post on Water Street is a display that reminds passersby of a… Continue reading

Boat builders take challenge at Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend

The smell of freshly cut wood and epoxy hung in the air at Point Hudson as boat builders began crafting their best… Continue reading

Port Townsend police continue investigation into stabbing

A man remained in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Saturday after a knife attack late Wednesday evening, and… Continue reading

More seniors using summer shelter in Port Townsend

The Summer Shelter at the American Legion Hall has been at capacity since opening in May and has seen a change in… Continue reading

UPDATE: Port Townsend police investigate stabbing as attempted murder

An unidentified 28-year old Port Townsend man was in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center on Thursday afternoon after he was stabbed… Continue reading

Founding member of Wooden Boat Foundation tells about her work

After 40 years of making sails in her loft in Point Hudson, Carol Hasse sits on her 1959 25-foot Nordic folk boat… Continue reading

Variety of ship-shape events offered at Wooden Boat Festival

The Wooden Boat Festival, billed as North America’s largest wooden boat gathering, will offer presentations, entertainment and, of course, wooden boats, through… Continue reading

Housing topic of joint meet in Port Townsend

Members of the community made their feelings known during a joint meeting of the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners and the Ad… Continue reading

PHOTO: Preparations underway for Wooden Boat Festival

Steve Shillington, right, from Loveland, Colo., just happened to visit Port Townsend on Wednesday to find the Point Hudson campus being transformed… Continue reading