Jennifer Jackson

Jefferson: Sun shines on annual Farm Tour

EAST JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Visitors got a taste of local cuisine, farm style, as the second annual Jefferson Farm Tour got under way Sunday under… Continue reading

Port Townsend: AIDS walk draws crowd, helps battle

PORT TOWNSEND -- Carrying signs with red ribbons, 100 men, women and children marched through the streets, raising awareness of the disease and more than… Continue reading

Pals help cancer patient have the time of her life

PORT TOWNSEND -- This Saturday, Dorle Campbell has invited all her friends and neighbors to her house on Lopez Avenue in Port Townsend for a… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Bench to be dedicated in memory of homeless man

PORT TOWNSEND -- On Nov. 2, 2002, a Vietnam veteran named Stephen Gurbal died of exposure in Kah Tai Lagoon park. He was 53 years… Continue reading

Peninsula: Retirees off to aid victims of Hurricane Frances

PORT TOWNSEND -- While many workers are sleeping in on Labor Day, George Williams is getting up early to catch the shuttle to Sea-Tac airport.… Continue reading

Port Townsend: “Groundhog Day”” grounded by rain, but theater manager will try outdoor movie again

PORT TOWNSEND -- If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. That's the message of the movie, "Groundhog Day," and that's what Rose Theater… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Kah Tai mud flats are draw for migratory birds

PORT TOWNSEND -- Slimy green algae coats the water. Brown mud lines the shrunken shoreline. When the water level drops in Kah Tai Lagoon, the… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Literacy Council tutors open lines of communication in Jefferson County

When Chom Pray came to Port Townsend from Korea 34 years ago, she could only say a few words in English -- hi, goodbye, thank… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Animal hospital seek friendly visitors for orphaned pets

PORT HADLOCK -- When Maggie was brought into the hospital a month ago, she was on her ninth life and counting. One leg dangled from… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Youth launch skiff with community support

PORT HADLOCK -- Three novice boat-builders launched their first craft in Port Townsend Bay over the weekend and set a course for an active summer.… Continue reading

Port Ludlow: Animal rescue sanctuary seeks new home on Peninsula

PORT LUDLOW -- A gold-winged Emmy towers over the television set. Portraits of movie-star parents line the walls. But the images Colleen Paige wants to… Continue reading

Port Townsend: For Andy Mackie, his music festival plays on

PORT TOWNSEND -- For the past year, he has been in almost constant pain in his back, arms and legs, the result of a smashed… Continue reading

Port Townsend Lumber building sold

PORT TOWNSEND -- The former Port Townsend Lumber Co. building, a key piece of real estate in the city's commercial district, has been sold for… Continue reading

Port Hadlock: Church helps launch boat-building scholarship for local youth

PORT HADLOCK -- There's no better way to spend the summer than messing around in a boat -- unless it's building one of your own.… Continue reading

Hadlock Days a family affair for old-timers, first-timers

PORT HADLOCK -- Despite a little rain, Hadlock Days brought out hosts of people to celebrate their ties to family and to place. "We like… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Owners to awaken Manresa Castle’s sleeping beauty

PORT TOWNSEND -- For 112 years, Manresa Castle has stood on the hill overlooking Port Townsend, its aristocratic profile giving it a somewhat aloof air.… Continue reading

Hadlocks to return for Hadlock Days

PORT HADLOCK -- Last year, they rode in the back of a pickup truck. This year, they'll ride in style. "The Hadlocks are going to… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Labyrinth dedicated at St. Paul”s

PORT TOWNSEND -- A labyrinth constructed with human hands and divine guidance was consecrated Sunday in All Soul's Courtyard of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. "We… Continue reading

‘Army Girl’ sings at Reagan funeral

PORT TOWNSEND -- Martha Krabill, the 2001 Port Townsend High School graduate whose singing talent landed her in the 82nd Airborne Band, was part of… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Teenager’s request for conditional plea in Aldrich’s fire rejected; case headed for trial

PORT TOWNSEND -- A teenage girl facing felony charges for the fire that destroyed Aldrich's grocery store is headed for trial after a conditional offer… Continue reading