Jefferson County

EYE ON JEFFERSON: County considers housing grants

The three Jefferson County commissioners will consider recommendations from the Joint Oversight Board on Housing and Homelessness concerning grant funding for low-income housing and housing… Continue reading

Shaelee Evans of Goodness Tea, an herb farm based in Sequim, is among the vendors at farmers markets in Sequim and Chimacum. The Chimacum market opens for the season this Sunday. (Photo courtesy of Whaleheart Productions)
Shaelee Evans of Goodness Tea, an herb farm based in Sequim, is among the vendors at farmers markets in Sequim and Chimacum. The Chimacum market opens for the season this Sunday. (Photo courtesy of Whaleheart Productions)
David Scott Johnson
David Scott Johnson

Free Fort Worden workshops offered

AmeriCorps service members will present two free workshops on Sunday. From 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Nate Rees will discuss the strategy… Continue reading

Nancy Rody's art glass is featured at Gallery 9 this month.

Gallery 9 show features art glass, photography

Gallery 9 is featuring Nancy Rody’s art glass and KarenLee Eaton’s photography in June. Gallery 9, the home of the North Olympic… Continue reading

Nancy Rody's art glass is featured at Gallery 9 this month.

Peninsula College names art exhibit winners

The 2021 Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition features 36 artworks composed of a variety of mediums. Artwork ranges from surrealism to photography… Continue reading

Linda Ward of Port Townsend is among several solo participants in the Seventy48, the 70-mile, human-powered boat race starting tonight in Tacoma. This will be her first time as a solo participant with her Winged Maas Aero rowing shell. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Racers of all stripes poised to challenge sea

‘Everyday heroes’ propel craft from Tacoma to Port Townsend

Linda Ward of Port Townsend is among several solo participants in the Seventy48, the 70-mile, human-powered boat race starting tonight in Tacoma. This will be her first time as a solo participant with her Winged Maas Aero rowing shell. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Fallow Fields are among the pastels by Scott Pascoe on display at Port Townsend Gallery.

Woodwork, paintings highlighted at Port Townsend Gallery

The Port Townsend Gallery is spotlighting woodworking artist Martha Collins and painter Scott Pascoe during June. The gallery, at 715 Water St.,… Continue reading

Fallow Fields are among the pastels by Scott Pascoe on display at Port Townsend Gallery.

Small oil spill reported at Indian Island

Navy personnel cleaned up a small oil spill estimated to be about 20 gallons from a ship leaving Naval Magazine Indian Island… Continue reading

"Dynamic Balance of LIght," is among the sculptures Randel Leek is showing at Northwind Art Gallery.

‘Folding Space’ opens today at Northwind

Northwind Art Best Gallery presents “Folding Space” with paintings by Jeanne Toal and sculpture by Randal Leek. The exhibit opens today at… Continue reading

"Dynamic Balance of LIght," is among the sculptures Randel Leek is showing at Northwind Art Gallery.
Summer brings “smella-vision” to the Alpenfire orchard, co-owner Nancy Bishop says. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Summer brings “smella-vision” to the Alpenfire orchard, co-owner Nancy Bishop says. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson PUD approves electric rate increase

Most residential customers to see $2.50 base fee rise this year

Georgeanne Muse's jewelry will be featured in June by the Port Ludlow Art League
Georgeanne Muse's jewelry will be featured in June by the Port Ludlow Art League
Team North2Alaska is among the stars of “The Race to Alaska,” this week’s Port Townsend Film Festival Pic available for online streaming. The team took a 25-foot Maryland fishing Sharpie on the 750-mile race, which began in Port Townsend and finished in Ketchikan. (Photo by Liv von Oelreich)
Team North2Alaska is among the stars of “The Race to Alaska,” this week’s Port Townsend Film Festival Pic available for online streaming. The team took a 25-foot Maryland fishing Sharpie on the 750-mile race, which began in Port Townsend and finished in Ketchikan. (Photo by Liv von Oelreich)
Ling Hui’s Dance students, from left, Jeannette Patric, Maeve Kenney, Anabel Moore, Maggie Emery and Matia Reimnitz, mark the end of the school year with a performance Friday in Port Townsend’s Chetzemoka Park. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Dance students gather for last-minute show

Shared COVID-19 experiences end with unique finale

Ling Hui’s Dance students, from left, Jeannette Patric, Maeve Kenney, Anabel Moore, Maggie Emery and Matia Reimnitz, mark the end of the school year with a performance Friday in Port Townsend’s Chetzemoka Park. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Island support to be tested

Pilot program set on Marrowstone

A Washington State Patrol officer was seriously injured Tuesday morning when the driver of a stolen pickup struck his vehicle on U.S. Highway 101 at Discovery Bay. (Photo courtesy of the Washington State Patrol)
A Washington State Patrol officer was seriously injured Tuesday morning when the driver of a stolen pickup struck his vehicle on U.S. Highway 101 at Discovery Bay. (Photo courtesy of the Washington State Patrol)