Jefferson County

Two-boat service expected to resume Monday on Port Townsend-Coupeville

The Port Townsend-Coupeville ferry route is expected to return to two-boat service Monday, a day after the first of the state’s four… Continue reading

Golf course now included in first phase of master planned resort

Amended Pleasant Harbor plan headed for public hearing

Quilcene names new fire chief

Community can meet Montone at Saturday barbecue

Ninaa Ootakii towed off Beckett Point Beach

80-foot schooner needed six months of repairs after being blown ashore

Fireworks sales start; banned in Port Townsend

Consumer fireworks for the Fourth of July can be sold in Washington state beginning today. Sales will run from noon to 11… Continue reading

Museum to host woodcut print exhibit by longtime Port Townsend artist

The Jefferson County Historical Society will host a member’s preview party for the opening of an exhibit of Lockwood Dennis from 5… Continue reading

Final performances of Cole Porter cabaret at hand

The last week — and the final four performances — are arriving for the Cole Porter cabaret at Key City Public Theatre.… Continue reading

Super strawberry shortcake is one of 20 recipes in “20 Recipes Kids Should Know,” a cookbook for kids by kids. (Calista Washburn)

Strawberry fundraiser, crabs, philosophy on tap

A strawberry shortcake fundraiser, a crab feed and a lecture on the history of philosophy are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading

Super strawberry shortcake is one of 20 recipes in “20 Recipes Kids Should Know,” a cookbook for kids by kids. (Calista Washburn)

Affordable housing project starts to take shape

Construction could begin as early as next spring

ISSUES OF FAITH: Remember to bring God with you this summer

MEMORIAL DAY 2019 has come and gone. It is a day we don’t recognize quite enough. I think a whole lot of us see it… Continue reading

New voter-registration system glitches corrected, state says

Washington state intends to move ahead with a new voter-registration system ahead of the Aug. 6 primary despite concerns from… Continue reading

Registartion required for tax webinar session July 10

The state Department of Revenue will conduct a free webinar on business taxes from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 10. Participants… Continue reading

Unity speaker set for this weekend

George Lindamood will present “The Third Half of Life” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Lindamood will be the guest speaker at Unity in… Continue reading

Respect, zen bluegrass, reggae at Voice Works

Voice Works, five days of singing songs from everywhere and everybody, is well underway with showcase concerts, a dance and a flock… Continue reading

Worthington Mansion hoped to be ready by fall

The ambitious project to convert the 1892 Worthington Mansion from a single-family residence to an events center with overnight lodging is a step… Continue reading

Glamping construction bond approved for Fort Worden

The Fort Worden Public Development Authority board unanimously approved Wednesday a $2 million bond through Kitsap Bank to build glamping facilities. The… Continue reading

Jefferson Teen Center flourishes on donations

The Jefferson Teen Center, a nonprofit after-school program on the Chimacum High School campus that almost closed in 2018, has been upgraded. Teens… Continue reading