Jefferson County

ISSUES OF FAITH: The primary purpose of religion

Religion comes on the scene to bring the part back into a proper relationship with the larger whole.

It’s time to close out summer with the gallery walk in Port Townsend

It’s time to close out summer with the gallery walk in Port Townsend

Artists will be on hand Saturday to discuss their works with visitors.

It’s time to close out summer with the gallery walk in Port Townsend

Make.Believe showcases three Kitsap County artists

The Port Townsend show will run through Sept. 25.

Olympic Music Festival to offer chamber music masterpieces in Port Townsend this weekend

Olympic Music Festival to offer chamber music masterpieces in Port Townsend this weekend

The artistic director will be joined by three other artists for the two performances.

Olympic Music Festival to offer chamber music masterpieces in Port Townsend this weekend
Protection Island sail set for Sunday

Protection Island sail set for Sunday

Tickets are $95 for the sail, which leaves from Port Townsend.

Protection Island sail set for Sunday
Tim Bertsch, known as a crowd-pleaser, will perform as part of Coyle’s Concerts in the Woods series

Tim Bertsch, known as a crowd-pleaser, will perform as part of Coyle’s Concerts in the Woods series

The professional musician can switch between jazz, flamenco, classical, blues and gypsy music.

Tim Bertsch, known as a crowd-pleaser, will perform as part of Coyle’s Concerts in the Woods series
PHOTOS: Hundreds take to the street in Overdose Awareness Day walk in Port Angeles

PHOTOS: Hundreds take to the street in Overdose Awareness Day walk in Port Angeles

Love is raised up over judgment amid stories of recovery and mourning.

PHOTOS: Hundreds take to the street in Overdose Awareness Day walk in Port Angeles

Jefferson County seeks grant for Center Road repair

If the project is selected, the state funds could pay for 90 percent of the estimated $710,000 project.

Former Wooden Boat Festival director tells story of her own craft

Former Wooden Boat Festival director tells story of her own craft

Kaci Cronkhite marks the release of her book, “Finding Pax: The Unexpected Journey of a Little Wooden Boat,” with Port Townsend events this month.

Former Wooden Boat Festival director tells story of her own craft
Rescued mallards to be released into Kah Tai Lagoon in Port Townsend

Rescued mallards to be released into Kah Tai Lagoon in Port Townsend

The public is invited to come see the birds “return home” at 4 p.m. today.

Rescued mallards to be released into Kah Tai Lagoon in Port Townsend

Donald Trump visits Mexico, defends United States’ right to build border wall

Republican presidential nominee praises Mexicans as “amazing people” after meeting with the country’s president, Enrique Pena Nieto.

New owner for dental practice sites in Port Angeles, Port Townsend

Implant and periodontal practice sites in two North Olympic Peninsula cities have a new owner.

Trump to Everett crowd: ‘We’re gonna win’

Trump to Everett crowd: ‘We’re gonna win’

The Republican presidential candidate’s visit to Everett is marked by both supporters and protesters.

Trump to Everett crowd: ‘We’re gonna win’

Port Townsend City Council discusses temporary encampments

Request for input from the public likely amid talks on updating city’s comprehensive 20-year plan.

Port Townsend’s Propolis Brewing placed among the best by Sunset magazine

Port Townsend’s Propolis Brewing placed among the best by Sunset magazine

Business with focus on herbal ales described as one of the top places to get a drink this September.

Port Townsend’s Propolis Brewing placed among the best by Sunset magazine

Photo contest begins Thursday in Port Townsend

The contest will run through Sept. 30 in showcasing the “Best of Summer.”

LETTER: Wealthy interests drown out the rest of us

With the more fortunate given a voice, where does that leave anyone who can’t afford to spend millions?