Nick Koveshnikov

Judge rules in favor of water pipeline to Marrowstone Island

PORT TOWNSEND -- Marrowstone Island is entitled to a public water system. So ruled visiting Clallam County Superior Court Judge Ken Williams, setting back a… Continue reading

Port Townsend family grieves over death of baby, 19

PORT TOWNSEND -- While a Seattle juvenile court judge wrestles with what to do with a 13-year-old baby-sitter held in connection with the death of… Continue reading

Couple share Marrowstone Citizen of Year award

PORT TOWNSEND -- Carrying out a 22-year tradition, residents of Marrowstone Island named the 2004 Marrowstone Island Citizen of the Year on Monday night. Gladys… Continue reading

Port Townsend enters new year with balanced budget

PORT TOWNSEND -- When the city entered the new year with a balanced budget, city officials took a look back at the long, hard process… Continue reading

Work gets started right away on Port Townsend City Hall renovation-annex project

PORT TOWNSEND -- Workers set out to lay a City Hall annex foundation within minutes after city leaders finished a ground-breaking ceremony for the $5.4… Continue reading

Fort Worden parking subsidy cut urged

PORT TOWNSEND -- Does free parking at Fort Worden State Park attract more visitors to the area, or simply benefit city residents? The Port Townsend… Continue reading

Bizarre bus ride on the West End

Jefferson County sheriff's deputies arrested a Port Angeles man who allegedly used his car to force a Jefferson Transit bus to stop on the West… Continue reading

Port Townsend City Council tackles plan for the future

PORT TOWNSEND -- Revisiting old issues and analyzing past policies, the City Council looked over its 20-year vision plan Monday night. During a meeting at… Continue reading

Can more snow be coming to the North Olympic Peninsula?

The worst of this storm's snow may be behind us, but weather forecasts indicate Mother Nature has more snow in mind for the North Olympic… Continue reading

Juvenile arrested in wave of bomb threats at Chimacum school

CHIMACUM -- Two bomb threats disrupted the first week of the new year at Chimacum Middle School, resulting in one juvenile's arrest, a school lockdown… Continue reading

Port Ludlow fire consolidation talks doused, chief says

PORT LUDLOW -- Jefferson County Fire District No. 3 consolidation talks with the Chimacum fire department are on hold, Port Ludlow Fire Chief Wayne Kier… Continue reading

1,500-signature petition drive for project not even sought

PORT TOWNSEND -- Although none of the required city permits has been issued, an upwelling of opposition to a Hollywood Video store coming to Port… Continue reading

Port Townsend City Council also backs graving yard bid — with one abstention

PORT TOWNSEND -- City Council members approved a letter of support for bringing the Hood Canal Bridge graving yard project to Port Townsend after hearing… Continue reading

Port Townsend appointee to governor’s advisory council ready to give advice

PORT TOWNSEND -- Energized by Gov. Gary Locke's appointment to the State Council on Aging this fall, Robert Stevenson seems eager to express his ideas… Continue reading

Group planning to count homeless people in Jefferson County

PORT TOWNSEND -- Continuum of Care, an group charged with creating a plan to stem homelessness in Jefferson County, seeks community help with its second… Continue reading

Indian Island sites slated for removal from nation’s toxic cleanup list

NORDLAND -- Naval Magazine Indian Island may soon be removed from the nation's cleanup list, says a Navy draft ecology assessment report made available earlier… Continue reading

Port Townsend among locations showing interest in being future graving yard site

PORT TOWNSEND -- The Port of Port Townsend is not the only suitor in new courtships of the state Department of Transportation to win over… Continue reading

Innocent plea entered in police tire-slashing incident

PORT TOWNSEND -- A Port Townsend resident pleaded innocent Thursday to the charges of malicious mischief in the first degree for disabling five police cars… Continue reading

Sequim marketers may get contract to promote Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND -- The city is close to offering a marketing director contract to two Sequim-based agencies. The Lodging Tax Advising Committee, assigned to select… Continue reading

Port Ludlow fire chief hears from supportive audience after admitting that mistakes were made in big condo fire

PORT LUDLOW -- Fire Chief Wayne Kier admitted that mistakes were made while fighting a Dec. 2 arson fire that destroyed a condominium fourplex, but… Continue reading