Ken Park

Jack Sincevich is a carpenter by trade and hopes to hone his skills while working with artist Jay Smith of Anacortes as part of a Washington State apprenticeship program.

Port Hadlock boatbuilder learning ancient art

Carpenter chosen for year-long apprenticeship


Superintendent fills in at Chimacum School District

Former Port Townsend superintendent David Engle hired temporarily


Jefferson County PUD working out pact with JeffCom

Help with Geographic Information Systems requested

Every vote counts

Phil Walkden of Port Townsend rode his bicycle to the Jefferson County Courthouse to drop off his primary election ballot on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020.… Continue reading

Injury collision ties up traffic at intersection

A 69-year-old man was transported to Jefferson Healthcare hospital with a reported fractured wrist Friday after a two-car collision. Douglas Bremicker of… Continue reading

Port Townsend police panel begins review

Ad-hoc committee on public safety hears chief’s report

Sunny skies on the horizon

Many in masks and most socially distancing, people enjoyed the beach at Fort Worden after cloud cover burned off Friday, July 24,… Continue reading

Experts: Seal pups better off when left alone

Online panel discusses mounting problems

Jefferson PUD consultant studying raising rates

Discussions expected during budget hearings this fall

Jefferson County commission candidates discuss transparency, COVID-19

The three Democrats vying for the Jefferson County Commissioner District 2 position discussed a range of issues during a candidate forum, with… Continue reading

‘Streatery’ experiment allows for social distancing

Some concerned about parking loss along Water Street

Port Townsend Golf Club future discussed

Golf only for now; scope to potentially broaden later

Three rescued from sinking boat in Port Townsend Bay

Three people and their dog were rescued from their boat, which was sinking in Port Townsend Bay on Thursday. No one was… Continue reading

Chimacum School District continues search for superintendent

Board hopes to hire new school leader by March