Jefferson County

Snow-related collisions number in the dozens on Peninsula

North Olympic Peninsula law enforcement emergency personnel were hoping for a quieter Christmas Day after a Christmas Eve filled with dozens of… Continue reading

Everett forms team to target the most vulnerable homeless

Everett forms team to target the most vulnerable homeless

This is the lesson that the working-class city of Everett has learned: It takes a community to rescue the hardcore homeless. It takes… Continue reading

Everett forms team to target the most vulnerable homeless

Washington attorney general sues Value Village owners

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a consumer protection lawsuit against a company that owns Value Village, saying the company has deceived… Continue reading

Luminary display joins neighbors, generations in Port Angeles

Luminary display joins neighbors, generations in Port Angeles

A string of about 400 luminaries three blocks long marked a holiday path like lights on a snowy tree limb on Christmas… Continue reading

Luminary display joins neighbors, generations in Port Angeles

Judge’s partial lifting of Trump ban gives refugees hope

After hearing heartbreaking stories of refugees who have struggled to reconnect with their families and listening to… Continue reading

Jefferson County eyes social media policy to allow department Facebook pages

Jefferson County is looking at delving into social media, an effort its county administrator says is more complicated than one might think.… Continue reading

Washington expands lawsuit against Comcast over service plan

Washington expands lawsuit against Comcast over service plan

The state of Washington has announced that it is expanding a lawsuit against cable and internet provider… Continue reading

Washington expands lawsuit against Comcast over service plan

Community Christmas meals planned today in Port Townsend, Forks

Free holiday meals are planned on the North Olympic Peninsula on Christmas Day. In Port Townsend, The Boiler Room will serve a small meal at… Continue reading

HELP LINE: It’s time to believe in the magic of love

IT’S THE HOLIDAYS. I hope that isn’t news. And if you’re at all like me then I know that a lot of us are feeling… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Gift ideas for fishermen

DURING THE HOLIDAYS we often wonder what to get the fishermen on our gift list. Who wouldn’t thrill to a Guide Model Tape Measure that… Continue reading

‘Champion for Fort Worden’: Plaque honors the late Nora Porter

‘Champion for Fort Worden’: Plaque honors the late Nora Porter

The Fort Worden Commons now bears a plaque honoring the late Nora Porter as a “champion for Fort Worden” after a dedication… Continue reading

‘Champion for Fort Worden’: Plaque honors the late Nora Porter
Appeals court: Trump exceeded authority with travel ban

Appeals court: Trump exceeded authority with travel ban

A federal appeals court panel has ruled that President Donald Trump once again… Continue reading

Appeals court: Trump exceeded authority with travel ban

BIRD WATCH: Memories of bird counts past go by

THANKS TO “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens, the term “Christmas Past” was born. In its own way, the term illustrated that memories are an… Continue reading

Excitement builds for Port Townsend gingerbread house contest as deadline is extended

Excitement builds for Port Townsend gingerbread house contest as deadline is extended

Aldrich’s Market learned it’s not a good idea to mess with a tradition, especially when there’s gingerbread, frosting and gumdrops. That’s why… Continue reading

Excitement builds for Port Townsend gingerbread house contest as deadline is extended

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Luncheon meetings are usually Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar & Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. There is no… Continue reading

Free holiday meals planned in several Peninsula communities

Free holiday meals are planned on the North Olympic Peninsula on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The dinners are arranged by community. CHIMACUM Free Christmas… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: The proper gear makes winter riding fun

HORSEPLAY: The proper gear makes winter riding fun

DO YOU HAVE the rainy day doldrums? Then it’s time to saddle up. Not only will a tender nuzzle from your horse cheer you up,… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: The proper gear makes winter riding fun
Judge weighs arguments in Legislature records suit

Judge weighs arguments in Legislature records suit

Whether individual lawmakers in Washington state fall under statutory definitions that would require their records to… Continue reading

Judge weighs arguments in Legislature records suit

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Pot pie helps use up leftover meat

I HAD THE pleasure of visiting with Kate McDermott last week, our very own local food celebrity. (It’s not too late to get a signed… Continue reading

Stitches join friends together for Home Fund

Stitches join friends together for Home Fund

By Jeannie McMacken for Peninsula Daily News SEQUIM— Every Wednesday throughout the year more than 100 quilters from the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club make an… Continue reading

Stitches join friends together for Home Fund