Jefferson County

Festival of Lights in Port Townsend to celebrate winter solstice

Festival of Lights in Port Townsend to celebrate winter solstice

As the winter solstice approaches, cultures across the globe will take a moment to celebrate the light within, said the minister of… Continue reading

Festival of Lights in Port Townsend to celebrate winter solstice

BUSINESS BRIEFS: First Federal hires new mortgage loan officer … and other items

First Federal has added a new mortgage loan officer to its mortgage lending team. Melanie Pilgrim was most recently a loan officer… Continue reading

Chimacum fair this weekend to host handmade products

Organizers of the 30th annual Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair said this week they hope to have as many as 3,000 visitors. “We… Continue reading

Choral Belles lift holiday spirits Thursday in Port Townsend

Choral Belles lift holiday spirits Thursday in Port Townsend

Hankering for your Christmas season music fix? The Choral Belles have got you covered. The all-women chorale will perform 7 p.m. Thursday… Continue reading

Choral Belles lift holiday spirits Thursday in Port Townsend

Dive-in movie, choo-choo rides, gingerbread house contest this weekend

A “dive-in” movie, choo-choo rides and a gingerbread house contest are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. For more about the Second… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

Fairmount Restaurant, 1127 W. Highway 101, will host a performance by Luck of the Draw and Vertigo North from 6 to 8… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Luck of the Draw set for Port Angeles … and other items

ISSUES OF FAITH: To know Christ is the perfect gift

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. All this is from… Continue reading

LETTER: Sarcastic letter reminds me why I didn’t reach out post-election

Foolishly, I was swayed by those letters to the editor asking us to come together now that the election is over. We are all Americans,… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Conductor replacement to take place in Port Angeles alley starting Monday … and other items

Replacement of overhead conductors in the Front Street-First Street alley between Washington and Alder streets will begin Monday and continue through the… Continue reading

Port Townsend group to strip holiday music to barest form

Port Townsend group to strip holiday music to barest form

The Wild Rose Choral will strip down holiday music to its barest form during a cappella concerts tonight and Sunday. A cappella… Continue reading

Port Townsend group to strip holiday music to barest form
Port Townsend vibes inspires local artist

Port Townsend vibes inspires local artist

Sitting outside and soaking up the natural vibes is all Port Townsend artist Sandra Offutt needs for inspiration. “The natural world motivates… Continue reading

Port Townsend vibes inspires local artist

Driver found dead in vehicle near Brinnon

The driver of a vehicle blocking traffic on U.S. Highway 101 near Brinnon was found dead, slumped over his wheel, today, according to… Continue reading

Jefferson County to get funds for Undie Road

Jefferson County to get funds for Undie Road

Jefferson County will receive more than $1 million in reimbursement for the Undie Road project in West Jefferson County. The money has… Continue reading

Jefferson County to get funds for Undie Road

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles School Board releases agenda for today’s meeting … and other items

The Port Angeles School Board will elect officers for the new year when it meets today. The board will meet in regular… Continue reading

Starbucks to boost number of shops, add more food to menu

Starbucks to boost number of shops, add more food to menu

Starbucks, looking to the future as its longtime CEO moves to other projects, plans to open… Continue reading

Starbucks to boost number of shops, add more food to menu
Port Townsend man in Hawaii for 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack

Port Townsend man in Hawaii for 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack

Port Townsend resident Tom Berg remembers the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, as if it had happened yesterday. ‘Very clear… Continue reading

Port Townsend man in Hawaii for 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack
Pacific Fleet’s history in Port Angeles a busy one

Pacific Fleet’s history in Port Angeles a busy one

Five of the ships that were in Pearl Harbor the day of the attack had dropped anchor at some point in Port… Continue reading

Pacific Fleet’s history in Port Angeles a busy one
First snow, ice of season hits region

First snow, ice of season hits region

Snow and ice decreased Tuesday after a blanket of snow covered much of the Port Angeles area Monday night, delaying schools, causing… Continue reading

First snow, ice of season hits region

Blackout ordered after attack

Like most of the U.S. mainland on Dec. 7, 1941, Port Angeles was left in the dark by the authorities. Officials wanted… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: OMC to offer groups for cancer help; new employee joins Sequim salon

Olympic Medical Cancer Center will offer several free cancer support groups this month. Here is the schedule: • Today, 10 a.m. to 1… Continue reading