EYE ON JEFFERSON: Port Townsend council to weigh Navy study comments

The Port Townsend City Council will consider comments regarding the Navy Northwest Training and Testing draft supplemental environmental impact statement/overseas environmental impact statement when it… Continue reading

Preparations begin on Port Angeles hotel; Cornerhouse owner getting set to vacate

A demolition permit that would make way for a new downtown hotel could be issued by June 14, David Wechner, interim Port… Continue reading

Cougar sighting prompts third Quilcene school lockdown

Quilcene School was placed on lockdown for the third time in as many weeks after a reported cougar sighting near campus. Also, the… Continue reading

Dungeness Creamery recalls raw milk product after E. coli found again in state sample

Dungeness Valley Creamery is voluntarily pulling its milk products from store shelves again after a state Department of Agriculture sample found Escherichia coli… Continue reading

Port Angeles seeks input on new version of Dream Playground

Plans set to be unveiled today; community forum slated for this evening

Jefferson County gun range action leads to lawsuit, hearing

Fort Discovery Inc. files brief in state Court of Appeals

Port Angeles council sets hearings on capital facilities plan

Two public hearings are scheduled this month on a proposed capital facilities plan that lists more than 250 current and future city… Continue reading

Bell rings in second leg of Race to Alaska

VIDEO: Port Townsend sophomore in restored 116-year-old boat is among hopefuls

Port Angeles council asks for more details on downtown projects

The Port Angeles City Council will take another look at downtown projects before voting on a capital facilities plan. The council voted… Continue reading

PHOTO: Wednesday Farmers Market now open in Port Townsend

Jefferson Healthcare Executive Chef Aaran Stark explains how to make a yellow split pea salad during this week’s opening of the Jefferson County Wednesday Farmers… Continue reading

Helicopter rescues climbers from near Mount Rainier summit

A helicopter crew rescued four climbers from near the summit of Mount Rainier after they had been… Continue reading

  • Jun 7, 2019

PHOTO: Peninsula College holds Young Writers Conference

Young writers took part in the Young Writers Conference held recently at Peninsula College. More than 100 firth- through sixth-grade students from five area schools… Continue reading

Malnourished whale washes up at Port Ludlow

Gray whale one of many found dead on West Coast

Game Farm requests judge to reconsider its motion

The Olympic Game Farm has asked a federal judge to reconsider a recent order denying the Game Farm’s motion to dismiss portions of… Continue reading

Fecal bacteria shuts down commercial shellfish beds

Jefferson County may help residents with septic systems

Peninsula seniors to graduate with ceremonies

North Olympic Peninsula high school graduation ceremonies are planned this month. Commencement ceremonies are slated this weekend for graduating seniors at Forks, Sequim, Port Townsend,… Continue reading

$1,000 worth of socks donated to Caring for Kids

The Port Angeles Marathon Association recently announced that it has donated more than $1,000 worth of socks to the local nonprofit Caring… Continue reading

Geology presentation slated for Chimacum High School on Saturday

Nick Zentner will present “Eastern Washington’s Greatest Hits … Geologically!” at 4 p.m. Saturday. The lecture will be held in the auditorium at… Continue reading