Jefferson County

Wildfire workshop planned Wednesday

Chief James Walkowski will present “Wildfire Risk Reduction” from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday. The workshop will be at Quimper Grange,… Continue reading

Jefferson County gun range laws challenged during hearing

Growth Management Hearings Board takes final arguments in Tarboo Ridge Coalition appeal

Cycle school to suspend classes for rest of year

The Port Townsend Cycle School plans to suspend its educational programs after two classes later this month. The board of directors for… Continue reading

High school graduation ceremonies set this weekend

More North Olympic Peninsula high school graduation ceremonies are planned this weekend. Commencement ceremonies are set for this weekend for Port Angeles, Crescent, Clallam Bay… Continue reading

PHOTO: Friendly meeting discusses Swansonville history

The Friends of Swansonville welcomed more than 50 people from Swansonville, Port Ludlow and Chimacum on last Saturday to discuss the nonprofit organization’s efforts to… Continue reading

State looks to replace Fort Worden pier, boat launch

Port Townsend Marine Science Center would be relocated in preferred plan

Jefferson County tables pot, accessory dwelling units changes in comprehensive plan

Commissioners to make a preliminary decision in July on what issues to move forward

More teams reach Ketchikan in Race to Alaska

Others within reach of destination

Motorcycle rider remains in serious condition

A motorcycle rider who was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle earlier this week remained in serious condition Tuesday. Danny J. Harrelson,… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: The Circus is Coming to Town

THE CIRCUS IS coming to town! No, this one doesn’t involve caged animals. It’s even worse. This is a bureaucratic circus for the enjoyment of… Continue reading

Paving project closes Old Ft. Townsend State Park

Old Fort Townsend State Park will be closed for seven days this month during a state-funded paving project. Work began Monday and… Continue reading

Public records fight goes before state Supreme Court

Case stems from lawsuit filed by media coalition

Two youth summer camps offered at Key City Public Theatre company in July

The Key City Public Theatre company will hold two youth summer camps in July. “Be Merry With Shakespeare!” will be held from… Continue reading

Numerous battles of Peninsula environmentalist remembered

Retired Dr. Eloise Kailin, a Sequim environmentalist whose activism stretched beyond her most recent fight — a successful battle against fluoridation of Port… Continue reading

Charley Starr
                                Team Angry Beaver rings the bell Monday afternoon as the winners of the 750-mile Race to Alaska, which began in Port Townsend on June 3.

Angry Beaver rings bell in Ketchikan

Race to Alaska winners based in Port Ludlow

Charley Starr
                                Team Angry Beaver rings the bell Monday afternoon as the winners of the 750-mile Race to Alaska, which began in Port Townsend on June 3.

Weather expert challenges severe drought assessment

Cliff Mass: Classification is ‘much too strong’

Port Ludlow Art League to host reception

The Port Ludlow Art League will host an artists’ reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Sound Community Bank… Continue reading