Jennifer Jackson

Port Townsend: More film celebrities than ever at this weekend’s festival

PORT TOWNSEND -- Spotlights will scan the skies and fans flock for autographs as movie stars arrive in town this week for the fourth annual… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Museum spotlights Hollywood connections

PORT TOWNSEND -- The show doesn't open for another day, but organizers, including Bill Tennent, are already on the edge of their seats. Tennent is… Continue reading

Quilcene: Colorful parade highlights community fair

QUILCENE -- Riding everything from miniature ponies to logging trucks, Quilcene residents kicked off their annual fall fair Saturday with a colorful parade. Led by… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Library candidates meet the public

PORT TOWNSEND -- Four finalists for the job of leading the public library through its next phase -- and probable expansion -- praised residents Tuesday… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Creating short movie in two days is challenge of film festival competition

PORT TOWNSEND -- It is 6:30 p.m. Friday, and movie producer Jason Green has lined up his actors, screenwriters, cinematographer, artistic director, sound engineer and… Continue reading

Jefferson: Former student turns Discovery Bay School into home

DISCOVERY BAY -- When Doug Breithaupt tells his children about his first day of school, they don't have to imagine him sitting at a wooden… Continue reading

Port Townsend: AIDS walk garners $4,000

PORT TOWNSEND -- One hundred people hit the streets of Port Townsend Saturday for AIDS Walk 2003, raising $4,000 to support people and their families… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Author takes close-up view of close calls

PORT TOWNSEND -- From his desk in an office in his uptown home, Brett Nunn can look across at the peaks of the Olympic Mountains,… Continue reading

Neil Young’s sailboat lends hands to marine research

PORT TOWNSEND -- A 90-year-old Danish schooner that is owned by a rock star, worked the waters of the North Sea and sailed the Pacific… Continue reading

Port Townsend woman offers safe haven, lessons in living for local teens

PORT TOWNSEND -- It is the first day of school, and Julia Cochrane is up and moving early at her house at the foot of… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Messages of hope, survival over AIDS

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jim Monteith has spoken to high school students and community groups about his continuing struggle with AIDS. On Sunday, he brought the… Continue reading

Volunteers to revive Quilcene logging show

QUILCENE -- The smell of sawdust, the ring of axes and the rasp of crosscut saws will once again pervade the streets of a town… Continue reading

Jefferson: Archers show championship form at fair

PORT TOWNSEND -- Like Legolas in "Lord of the Rings," Josiah Brown can raise his bow and send an arrow flying straight to its target.… Continue reading

Fire bell celebrates tower restoration in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND -- In a city recently scarred by fire, residents gathered Thursday to celebrate the restoration of an historical fire bell tower standing in… Continue reading

Jefferson: Grocery store held fond memories

PORT TOWNSEND -- Neighbors and residents from around the city stood in shock on the uptown streets Monday morning and watched as Aldrich's store --… Continue reading

Jefferson: Odd fellows out? Oldest fraternal organization clings to existence

PORT TOWNSEND -- Carson Inman is looking for people who see things differently. In fact, he is looking for people who will stand up and… Continue reading

Television host emcees Rita Hayworth movie at PT film festival

PORT TOWNSEND - She died in 1987 at the age of 68, but the allure of the woman known as the "Love Goddess of the… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Japanese sister city delegation visits

PORT TOWNSEND -- If last October was the wedding, Saturday was the reception. On Saturday, Port Townsend welcomed 204 guests from Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, and… Continue reading

Quilcene: Cowboy celebrates lifetime of riding, roping and rodeoing

DABOB BAY -- A man who came West in 1921 to be a cowboy and became a Northwest rodeo star will celebrate his 100th birthday… Continue reading

Port Townsend: Dynamic duos light up Centrum jazz festival

PORT TOWNSEND -- Jazz is synonymous with trios and quartets, but it was jazz duos that held sway at Centrum's 25th Jazz Port Townsend festival… Continue reading