Jefferson County

Port Townsend Co-op wins Environmental Protection Agency award

Port Townsend Co-op wins Environmental Protection Agency award

The company was recognized for a second year for the Best Corporate Emissions Rate in the Small-Independent GreenChill partner category.

Port Townsend Co-op wins Environmental Protection Agency award

LETTER: Port Townsend councilman should have done his homework on homeless encampments

The Affordable Housing Action Group picks up a great deal of the slack during the summer.

Renton man in critical condition after Quilcene-area wreck

He was attempting to pass illegally on his motorcycle when he struck a car turning left out of the northbound lane, officials say.

Gray whale bones being prepared for exhibit at Port Townsend Marine Science Center

Gray whale bones being prepared for exhibit at Port Townsend Marine Science Center

The deceased animal had been anchored underwater at Naval Magazine Indian Island, and the bones are now drying in a greenhouse.

Gray whale bones being prepared for exhibit at Port Townsend Marine Science Center

Jefferson County commissioners approve Transportation Improvement Program

The six-year program is a rolling plan that is updated annually and prioritizes the transportation projects that the county plans to complete in the coming year.

LETTER: Addressing roots of homelessness key to resolving issues

We need to help reduce it, not just manage it, in Jefferson County and beyond.

LETTER: Kaepernick critic misses the bigger picture

The 49ers quarterback is exercising his right to free speech in protesting the victimization of black people.

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