Jefferson County

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.

Unity in Port Townsend planning for Sunday services

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith will present “Love is Sky Blue: Expressing” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Douglas-Smith is the pastor at Unity in… Continue reading

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.

Scheduled bridge closures postponed

Overnight closures of the Hood Canal bridge on state Highway 104 previously scheduled for June 3-7 have been postponed until June 10-14. The… Continue reading

Customers at the Nordland General Store on Marrowstone Island look over cards and other items during a weekend of activities to celebrate the re-opening of the store after it had been closed for six years due to a fire. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Nordland General Store reopens with new model

Cooperative, board of directors leading operations of facility

Customers at the Nordland General Store on Marrowstone Island look over cards and other items during a weekend of activities to celebrate the re-opening of the store after it had been closed for six years due to a fire. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Aurora Loop Gallery to host pair of artists

Aurora Loop Gallery will host a reception for Kate Flores and Carolyn King from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday. The gallery… Continue reading

Centrum awarded $45K grant from national endowment

Centrum has been approved for a Grants for Arts Projects award of $45,000 by the National Endowment for the Arts. The grant… Continue reading

Isabel Elena Pérez's pastel "Robins in the Alder Grove" is part of the "Lush Language" exhibit at Northwind Art's Jeanette Best Gallery in Port Townsend.

Art Walk brings ‘Lush’ work and more to downtown Port Townsend

Pastels, gold mica and the Procreate app all share the space at Northwind Art’s Jeanette Best Gallery, one of the venues open… Continue reading

Isabel Elena Pérez's pastel "Robins in the Alder Grove" is part of the "Lush Language" exhibit at Northwind Art's Jeanette Best Gallery in Port Townsend.

Chimacum Farmers Market to open Sunday

The Chimacum Farmers Market will open for its 2024 season at 10 a.m. Sunday. The market, located next to the Chimacum Corner Farmstand,… Continue reading

Motrocyclist airlifted to Harborview after wreck

A San Antonio man was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after the motorcycle he was riding ran into the back of… Continue reading

Work like this table from woodworker Robin McKann will be on display at Gallery-9 during the Art Walk on Saturday.

Oil paintings, pastels, woodworking highlight art walk

Gallery 9, Northwind Art and the Port Townsend Gallery will be among the venues participating in the Art Walk from 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Work like this table from woodworker Robin McKann will be on display at Gallery-9 during the Art Walk on Saturday.

PAT NEAL: A bad bunch of bugs

IT IS DAYLIGHT in the swamp. The faint cooing of the band tailed pigeon ushers in the dawn of another soggy spring day. Beneath the… Continue reading

Public comment opens on Dabob Bay

State, county look to move lands into conservation

Chamber music workshop to include performances this weekend

Centrum’s Chamber Music Intensive Workshop will open two student performances and a concert by its resident quartet to the public on Fort… Continue reading

Cub Scout Pack 4479 laid about 200 flags on graves of veterans at the Catholic Cemetery and the front portion of Laurel Grove Cemetery in Port Townsend to honor veterans who have died. Jim Little from Troop 1479 instructed the Cub Scouts prior to dispersing them to post the colors at graves that were either marked with a star by the VFW or an inscription that indicates past military service. (Lolo Sherwood)

Honoring veterans

Cub Scout Pack 4479 laid about 200 flags on graves of veterans at the Catholic Cemetery and the front portion of Laurel Grove Cemetery in… Continue reading

Cub Scout Pack 4479 laid about 200 flags on graves of veterans at the Catholic Cemetery and the front portion of Laurel Grove Cemetery in Port Townsend to honor veterans who have died. Jim Little from Troop 1479 instructed the Cub Scouts prior to dispersing them to post the colors at graves that were either marked with a star by the VFW or an inscription that indicates past military service. (Lolo Sherwood)
Margaret Emery, seen here, and Anabel Moore will perform to “Waltz of the Flowers” and to music by French composer Jacques Ibert on Saturday at Port Townsend High School.

Ling Hui Dance performance set Saturday at Port Townsend High School

Ling Hui Dance will present its 28th performance with shows at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m Saturday. This year’s annual show, entitled… Continue reading

Margaret Emery, seen here, and Anabel Moore will perform to “Waltz of the Flowers” and to music by French composer Jacques Ibert on Saturday at Port Townsend High School.

Nerd Comedy Tour to stop at Port Townsend winery

The Nerd Comedy Tour 2024 will take the stage at 7 p.m. Friday. The comedy show will be at FairWinds Winery, 1984… Continue reading

The Port Townsend Summer Band will play a series of free monthly concerts this summer.

Port Townsend Summer Band to play series of monthly concerts

The Port Townsend Summer Band began its 32nd season with a free Memorial Day concert Monday at the American Legion’s Marvin G.… Continue reading

The Port Townsend Summer Band will play a series of free monthly concerts this summer.
The Wild Rose Chorale embraces fun in its music. Annual concerts are Friday and Sunday. Personnel includes, from left, back row, Lynn Nowak, Rolf Vegdahl, Doug Rodgers, Al Thompson, Kris Lott, Mark Schecter, Patricia Nerison, Chuck Helman, and, from left, front row, Leslie Lewis, Cherry Chenruk-Geelan, Sarah Gustner-Hewitt and JES Schumacher. (Jo Tiffany)

Wild Rose Chorale to perform concerts this weekend

Wild Rose Chorale will perform “It’s a Celebration” at 7 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Sunday. The a cappella performances will be… Continue reading

The Wild Rose Chorale embraces fun in its music. Annual concerts are Friday and Sunday. Personnel includes, from left, back row, Lynn Nowak, Rolf Vegdahl, Doug Rodgers, Al Thompson, Kris Lott, Mark Schecter, Patricia Nerison, Chuck Helman, and, from left, front row, Leslie Lewis, Cherry Chenruk-Geelan, Sarah Gustner-Hewitt and JES Schumacher. (Jo Tiffany)

A GROWING CONCERN: Do your part for ‘Flower Peninsula USA’

SO, WITH THE sun coming out and temperatures on the rise, time for my annual plea about hanging baskets and window boxes. This is the… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

For this week, the meeting will be at the student-run Wildcat Cafe at Lincoln School, 924 W. Ninth St.,… Continue reading