Jefferson County

‘Peppy, funny’ singer songwriter to perform in Coyle

‘Peppy, funny’ singer songwriter to perform in Coyle

Singer and songwriter Carrie Clark will perform Sunday afternoon as part of the ongoing Concerts in the Woods series. “She has an amazing… Continue reading

‘Peppy, funny’ singer songwriter to perform in Coyle

Books and coffee, holiday open houses offered this weekend on Peninsula

Sampling books and coffee and attending holiday open houses are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. For more about a special Peninsula… Continue reading

Christmas songs to blend together in Port Townsend

Christmas songs to blend together in Port Townsend

It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas on the North Olympic Peninsula. To celebrate the season, the Community Chorus of Port… Continue reading

Christmas songs to blend together in Port Townsend

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Christmas Chorus tonight in Sequim; memorial dance set for Port Angeles

Sequim Seventh-day Adventist Church, 30 Sanford Lane, will host the 32nd annual Sequim Community Christmas Chorus Christmas Concert at 7:30 tonight. Encore presentations… Continue reading

Holiday sales begin at Olympic National Park visitor centers

Discover Your Northwest’s annual holiday sale at visitor centers in Olympic National Park will begin Saturday. Sales will continue through Dec.… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Reach out to combat the spread of hate

A BASIC PRINCIPLE in Judaism and Kabbalistic tradition is the profound regard for all life and that every soul is a fragment of the divine… Continue reading

LETTER: Obama needs to get the message that his advice, he himself not wanted

I recently heard on the news that Barack Obama said he is not going away after he leaves office. He plans to live in Washington,… Continue reading

LETTER: Port Townsend traffic just one long line of cars entering, exiting

Port Townsend is a small Victorian town at the end of the road. When you drive into town, the road ends at the end of… Continue reading

Musical trio to take the spotlight Saturday in Chimacum

Musical trio to take the spotlight Saturday in Chimacum

Violinist Kristin Smith, cellist Diane Vaux and harpist Janeen Kelm will take the spotlight during a special performance Saturday evening by the Port… Continue reading

Musical trio to take the spotlight Saturday in Chimacum

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Townsend parks commission to meet next week … and other items

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will hear about Fort Worden and the Fort Worden Lifelong Learning Center Public Development Authority… Continue reading

Peninsula-wide holiday bazaars offer unique items for gifts

With just three weeks left to finish holiday shopping, a variety of North Olympic Peninsula bazaars and fairs offer everything from stocking-stuffers to larger gifts… Continue reading

Port Townsend arts school delighted with Giving Tuesday response

Port Townsend arts school delighted with Giving Tuesday response

The Port Townsend School of the Arts surpassed all expectations during its first-ever Giving Tuesday campaign. The school received a challenge from… Continue reading

Port Townsend arts school delighted with Giving Tuesday response

Jefferson County’s voter turnout second highest in state

Jefferson County had the second highest voter participation of any county in the state in the Nov. 8 general election. High voter… Continue reading

Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement

Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement

A Democratic presidential elector from Washington state said Wednesday she is joining a national effort to try… Continue reading

Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement
Window display winners announced in Port Townsend contest

Window display winners announced in Port Townsend contest

Winners have been announced in the Port Townsend Main Street Program holiday display contest. Dozens of businesses designed windows to celebrate the… Continue reading

Window display winners announced in Port Townsend contest

LETTER: So I’m a deplorable racist, sexist facist because I didn’t vote for Clinton

Let’s see if I understand what I’m reading in the newspaper and on social media, and hear on TV and the radio, regarding the outcome… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles police investigate break-in … and other items

Port Angeles police are asking for help identifying suspects after a failed burglary. A resident on the 1500 block of South Pine… Continue reading

Still wary after racial attack in Port Angeles; four months later, police still investigating

Still wary after racial attack in Port Angeles; four months later, police still investigating

More than four months after being assaulted in a suspected hate crime, 22-year-old… Continue reading

Still wary after racial attack in Port Angeles; four months later, police still investigating
Port Townsend dresses up for weekend tree lighting

Port Townsend dresses up for weekend tree lighting

For the ninth consecutive year, volunteer Michael Rosser conquered his fear of heights to help string lights and ornaments on the community… Continue reading

Port Townsend dresses up for weekend tree lighting

State estimates nearly $1.7 million in Jefferson County timber revenue for 2016

Timber harvesting in Jefferson County is expected to generate $1,689,000 for the county during 2016, according to the state Department of Natural… Continue reading