Jefferson County

Rep. Kilmer to hold Sequim town hall meeting in March

Rep. Kilmer to hold Sequim town hall meeting in March

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer has announced a town hall meeting in Sequim in early March. “I work for the people I represent and… Continue reading

Rep. Kilmer to hold Sequim town hall meeting in March
Seattle mayor may sue Trump over immigration information

Seattle mayor may sue Trump over immigration information

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray wants to know exactly what President Donald Trump has planned for cities such as Seattle that… Continue reading

Seattle mayor may sue Trump over immigration information

LETTER: ‘Laugh Lines’ content perpetuates hate, discontent

Tired of political nastiness by late-night hosts as the PDN’s “go-to” Laugh Lines content [daily on Page A2]. Please find something actually funny. It is… Continue reading

LETTER: Trump deems media ‘the enemy of the American people’

I had been working on a wanted poster for the repudiation and intimidation of the judges that blocked President Trump’s immigration ban. I know it… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles School Board to meet Thursday … and other items

The Port Angeles School District Board of Directors will hold its regular meeting Thursday. The meeting will be held at Jefferson Elementary… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Will the Sasquatch ascend the cryptid throne?

IT MUST HAVE been a slow day at the Legislature. Somebody cracked open the Oxford English Dictionary and found the word “cryptid.” According to the… Continue reading

Port Townsend woman remains in intensive care following head-on wreck

A Port Townsend woman who was airlifted to Seattle last week after a head-on collision was still in the intensive care unit… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center receives nearly $50,000 donation from OMC Foundation

Olympic Medical Center receives nearly $50,000 donation from OMC Foundation

Olympic Medical Center is the recipient of a donation totalling nearly $50,000 from the Olympic Medical Center Foundation. The foundation announced its… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center receives nearly $50,000 donation from OMC Foundation
Tribes lay remains of Kennewick Man to rest

Tribes lay remains of Kennewick Man to rest

The ancient bones of the Kennewick Man have been returned to the ground. More than 200 members of five Columbia… Continue reading

Tribes lay remains of Kennewick Man to rest
Trump travel ban personal for young lawyer who led fight

Trump travel ban personal for young lawyer who led fight

Washington state Solicitor General Noah Purcell has argued before packed courtrooms, but those crowds paled in comparison… Continue reading

Trump travel ban personal for young lawyer who led fight

NEWS BRIEFS: Neighborhood watch meeting tonight in Port Angeles … and other items

The Upper Cedar/Pine Road Neighborhood Watch will meet from 6 to 7:30 tonight. The group will meet at Port Angeles Fire Department,… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Botany lecture slated for Port Townsend on Tuesday … and other items

The Olympic Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society will feature a guest speaker at its meeting this month. There will be… Continue reading

‘Lucky to have him’: Young heart transplant recipient remembered in Port Angeles

‘Lucky to have him’: Young heart transplant recipient remembered in Port Angeles

Sunday marked 23 years since William Earl Hutt received the heart transplant that allowed him to live until he was nearly 24… Continue reading

‘Lucky to have him’: Young heart transplant recipient remembered in Port Angeles

Port Townsend event today to focus on sanctuary city information

Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will hold an information session today on what it means to be a sanctuary city and what people… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: With cutoff past, lawmakers look to talks, votes on school funding

EYE ON OLYMPIA: With cutoff past, lawmakers look to talks, votes on school funding

The cutoff date for policy bills and initiatives in both houses of the state Legislature is now past, and lawmakers from the 24th… Continue reading

EYE ON OLYMPIA: With cutoff past, lawmakers look to talks, votes on school funding
Gathering celebrates ongoing restoration of Western Flyer

Gathering celebrates ongoing restoration of Western Flyer

Scientists, educators, shipwrights and artists gathered at the Shipwrights Co-Op in Port Townsend to see the partial restoration of the Western Flyer… Continue reading

Gathering celebrates ongoing restoration of Western Flyer

Federal judge scolds state for treatment of mentally ill

A federal judge has blasted the Washington state agency responsible for providing competency services to mentally ill… Continue reading

Arts to Elders to tune up Stringology mixture this Tuesday

Stringology will perform at Discovery View on Tuesday. The free performance will be from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the facility… Continue reading

Joe Euro will perform for the Candlelight Concert on Thursday.

Joe Euro to pluck innovate guitar pieces this Thursday

Joe Euro, a Port Townsend entrepreneur and classical guitarist, will appear in the Candlelight Concert series at Trinity United Methodist Church at… Continue reading

Joe Euro will perform for the Candlelight Concert on Thursday.
Teresa Ciabattri

White privilege topic of Inquiring Minds lecture Wednesday

Sociology professor Teresa Ciabattari will present the first of three 2017 Inquiring Minds programs at the Jefferson County Library, “White Privilege: The… Continue reading

Teresa Ciabattri