Jefferson County

Tech Tuesday plans hybrid class

The Jefferson County Library will host Tech Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday. The hybrid class, “Hour of Code,” is… Continue reading

Steve Hampton of Port Townsend searches for birds in the Salish Sea at Point Wilson Lighthouse on Wednesday. “I just got here and the wind and choppy water don’t make for ideal conditions, but so far I’ve seen rhinoceros auklets and a Pacific loon,” Hampton said. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Bird watcher

Steve Hampton of Port Townsend searches for birds in the Salish Sea at Point Wilson Lighthouse on Wednesday. “I just got here and the wind… Continue reading

Steve Hampton of Port Townsend searches for birds in the Salish Sea at Point Wilson Lighthouse on Wednesday. “I just got here and the wind and choppy water don’t make for ideal conditions, but so far I’ve seen rhinoceros auklets and a Pacific loon,” Hampton said. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Holiday bazaars, activities set this weekend

The Carlsborg Family Church Living Nativity will present shows at 4 p.m., 5… Continue reading

Man airlifted to Harborview following 104 wreck

A Moses Lake man was upgraded from critical to serious condition Wednesday afternoon after being airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle following… Continue reading

Raccoon Lodge gets options for preservation

Artist has until Dec. 30 to decide piece’s future

Victim identified in Port Ludlow stabbing

Teen charged as adult with second-degree murder

Joe Suter and Dave Smith, employees of Palouse Power, which contracts for additional services to Jefferson County Public Utility District, have snow flurries fall on them as they work to lift a communications cable, owned by Lumen, that was torn down Sunday morning by a boat on a trailer that snagged the cable at the entrance as it entered the boat yard, workers said. The PUD secured the cable as a public service so the entrance could be opened for business on Monday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Communications cable

Joe Suter and Dave Smith, employees of Palouse Power, which contracts for additional services to Jefferson County Public Utility District, have snow flurries fall on… Continue reading

Joe Suter and Dave Smith, employees of Palouse Power, which contracts for additional services to Jefferson County Public Utility District, have snow flurries fall on them as they work to lift a communications cable, owned by Lumen, that was torn down Sunday morning by a boat on a trailer that snagged the cable at the entrance as it entered the boat yard, workers said. The PUD secured the cable as a public service so the entrance could be opened for business on Monday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Ludlow man dies from injuries of crash

Collision one of many at intersection Paradise Road and 104

The Kiwanis Choo Choo will be Santa’s ride on Saturday to the community tree lighting in Port Townsend. (Port Townsend Main Street)
The Kiwanis Choo Choo will be Santa’s ride on Saturday to the community tree lighting in Port Townsend. (Port Townsend Main Street)

Teen in custody after fatal stabbing in Port Ludlow

Deputies say 17-year-old suspect arrested without incident

Sophia Lumsdaine and Sawyer Duval, leaders from Port Townsend High School’s Students for Sustainability, demonstrate how to install protective cages using bamboo and wire during the kickoff of Dabob Days.
Sophia Lumsdaine and Sawyer Duval, leaders from Port Townsend High School’s Students for Sustainability, demonstrate how to install protective cages using bamboo and wire during the kickoff of Dabob Days.

Man accused of stealing from restaurant wall

Customers donate iconic bills, which are provided to charity every five years

Friends of Fort Worden volunteers work on habitat restoration.

Fort Worden volunteers plant Garry oak trees at state park

Friends group takes on habitat restoration efforts in many areas

Friends of Fort Worden volunteers work on habitat restoration.
People stop and take pictures of the Port Townsend Kiwanis’ George Earl Memorial Cho Cho as it clangs along Water Street in downtown Port Townsend on Small Business Saturday. The popular Choo Choo made a circuit from the American Legion to Uptown and back again, delighting passengers and spectators alike. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Holidays roll into town

People stop and take pictures of the Port Townsend Kiwanis’ George Earl Memorial Choo Choo as it clangs along Water Street in downtown Port Townsend… Continue reading

People stop and take pictures of the Port Townsend Kiwanis’ George Earl Memorial Cho Cho as it clangs along Water Street in downtown Port Townsend on Small Business Saturday. The popular Choo Choo made a circuit from the American Legion to Uptown and back again, delighting passengers and spectators alike. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Wintry weather forecast on Peninsula

Heavy snow coming in Olympic mountains

A GROWING CONCERN: Dark nights offer lighting displays time to shine

WE NOW MOVE inevitably toward the holidays, punctuated and known by family gatherings, mirth and merriment. What a great holiday we just all had —… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Breakfast meetings with networking and educational programs are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off… Continue reading