Jefferson County

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

Holiday bazaars set this weekend

Holiday bazaars are set for the weekend and beyond on the North Olympic Peninsula. PORT TOWNSEND • The Port Townsend Arts Guild will present the… Continue reading

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Neon Riders 4-H Club’s Ruby Coulson stands in front of the renowned Saddlebred Horseman Tom Moore’s statue fresh from her win in the Individual Presentation Contest for her slide-show and speech, “Equine Regenerative Therapies.” at the 4-H National competition in Kentucky.  Billed as the Largest Youth Equine Education Event in North America, it’s a huge accomplishment for the young woman from Sequim.

HORSEPLAY: Sequim student wins first at 4-H Nationals

WHO’D A THOUGHT the day would come when stem-cell therapy would be used to improve the healing of tendon and suspensory ligament injuries in horses?… Continue reading

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Neon Riders 4-H Club’s Ruby Coulson stands in front of the renowned Saddlebred Horseman Tom Moore’s statue fresh from her win in the Individual Presentation Contest for her slide-show and speech, “Equine Regenerative Therapies.” at the 4-H National competition in Kentucky.  Billed as the Largest Youth Equine Education Event in North America, it’s a huge accomplishment for the young woman from Sequim.
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 Snowshoers enjoy a new snowfall at Hurricane Ridge in this file photo.

Olympic National Park begins winter season

Winter season operations for Hurricane Ridge began Friday and will continue through March 26. That means that, weather permitting, Hurricane Ridge… Continue reading

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 Snowshoers enjoy a new snowfall at Hurricane Ridge in this file photo.
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Port of Port Townsend OKs project for Boat Haven

Commissioners also discuss Boat Haven jetty, Short Farm purchase

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

Martha Worthley, of Mim and Poppy Design, shows a tablecloth she designed to Alisa Martin and daughter Etta-Pearl, during the Port Townsend Arts Guild Arts and Crafts Fair on Friday at the Port Townsend Community Center in the Uptown neighborhood. The fair continues today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Port Townsend Arts Guild Arts and Crafts Fair ongoing

Martha Worthley, of Mim and Poppy Design, shows a tablecloth she designed to Alisa Martin and daughter Etta-Pearl, during the Port Townsend Arts Guild Arts… Continue reading

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

Martha Worthley, of Mim and Poppy Design, shows a tablecloth she designed to Alisa Martin and daughter Etta-Pearl, during the Port Townsend Arts Guild Arts and Crafts Fair on Friday at the Port Townsend Community Center in the Uptown neighborhood. The fair continues today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars set on Peninsula

Holiday bazaars are set for the weekend and beyond on the North Olympic Peninsula. PORT TOWNSEND • The Port Townsend Arts Guild will present its… Continue reading

Bluegrass reunion planned next Friday

Three musicians to perform in Port Townsend

ISSUES OF FAITH: Remember the lonely while celebrating connections

ONE OF MY earliest Thanksgiving memories is going to the store with my grandmother to purchase several loaves of bread to make stuffing. I helped… Continue reading