Jefferson County

Olympic National Park: Fish continue to recolonize Elwha watershed

Biologists say adult chinook salmon, sockeye salmon, steelhead and bull trout have been spotted in the upper stretches of the river.

Port Townsend Paper converting to natural gas to fuel plant

Port Townsend Paper converting to natural gas to fuel plant

Engineering and environmental manager says the three-phase plan to switch over and cut emissions is already in motion.

Port Townsend Paper converting to natural gas to fuel plant
Crafts by the Dock in Port Townsend a success despite some blustery weather

Crafts by the Dock in Port Townsend a success despite some blustery weather

Some vendors lost merchandise to wind during major fundraiser for the Port Townsend Arts Guild.

Crafts by the Dock in Port Townsend a success despite some blustery weather
Korean War veterans not forgotten, consulate representative says

Korean War veterans not forgotten, consulate representative says

A researcher with the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Seattle has delivered a plaque to the Korean War Veterans Association in Port Angeles.

Korean War veterans not forgotten, consulate representative says

Sequim-area woman found dead remembered as “free spirit” by family

Sine Tveit was found off Diamond Point Road earlier this month, leaving relatives ‘devastated.’

Lead leads to busy days at Vancouver lab

Lead leads to busy days at Vancouver lab

BSK Labs site handled more than 5,000 samples last month after elevated levels of lead turned up in drinking water at schools in the region.

Lead leads to busy days at Vancouver lab
New twist for Race to Alaska: Sell your boat

New twist for Race to Alaska: Sell your boat

Staff will buy one of the boats that reaches Ketchikan for $10,000.

New twist for Race to Alaska: Sell your boat
Lower Elwha tribal members stand with Standing Rock Sioux

Lower Elwha tribal members stand with Standing Rock Sioux

Delegation part of a larger group of Salish and Washington tribes.

Lower Elwha tribal members stand with Standing Rock Sioux
New director takes over Community Chorus of Port Townsend

New director takes over Community Chorus of Port Townsend

Tina Grewell, who moved back to Chimacum after 35 years, was chosen by the chorus board of directors.

New director takes over Community Chorus of Port Townsend

BIRD WATCH: ‘Feral’ cat a hungry burden for bird lover

My goal is now the relocation of an animal that would make a great housecat.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Here are the various business meetings this week across the North Olympic Peninsula.

HELP LINE: Have a plan in place just in case the nursing home becomes your home

A document that lists things such as food preferences would help your comfort level just in case you end up in the nursing home.

HORSEPLAY: Locals find success at Peninsula Junior Rodeo

HORSEPLAY: Locals find success at Peninsula Junior Rodeo

Five Port Angeles girls won medals during the Peninsula Junior Rodeo Association’s junior rodeo in August.

HORSEPLAY: Locals find success at Peninsula Junior Rodeo
Lost 9/11 flag thought to have been found in Everett

Lost 9/11 flag thought to have been found in Everett

Detectives investigated the mystery for two years after a man known only as Brian dropped it off with firefighters.

Lost 9/11 flag thought to have been found in Everett

ON THE WATERFRONT: Sequim yacht club sails for a cause

A regatta will be held Saturday in support of Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County.

PENINSULA KITCHEN: A warming fall soup from friends

With the weather turning quickly to fall, enjoy a warming soup.

Repairs to temporarily close roads in Quinault area of national park

The Finley Creek Bridge on Quinault North Shore Road and Graves Creek Road will be closed for repairs this month.