Jefferson County

BUSINESS BRIEFS: First Federal to host first of four seminars Tuesday … and other items

First Federal will host its first of four seminars from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Christopher J. Riffle will present “Structuring… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly morning meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Time changes takes up too much time

I HATE TODAY. Well, actually I don’t hate today; I’m usually grateful for yet another opportunity to try to get it right, which happens every… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

IT’S MARCH ALREADY? Despite the abundance of rain, sleet and snow slowing my outdoor fun to a screeching halt, it appears the days of 2017… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Horse riders looking forward to spring

LETTER: Here’s my strong support for removing Michelle Malkin’s over-the-top Friday column

Conservative Peninsula Daily News columnist Michelle Malkin, whose column is featured every Friday in the Peninsula Daily News, is making a good living by fanning… Continue reading

LETTER: Kilmer missed an opportunity to be part of the solution, not the problem

The March 8 Peninsula Daily News’ front page article, “Kilmer Draws A Crowd For Town Hall Meeting” says it was the fourth town hall gathering… Continue reading

LETTER: Michelle Malkin critics seek to stifle free speech

Ah, yet another call for Peninsula Daily News Friday columnist Michelle Malkin’s head [“Remove Malkin,” March 9 Peninsula Voices). I suspect Malkin effectively touches a… Continue reading

LETTER: What do dictatorships have in common? Declaring the press an enemy of the people

I am a very old woman who has lived through three dictatorships during my long life. One of the things done by each of these… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Flight operations scheduled in Coupeville this week … and other items

There will be field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island at the outlying field in Coupeville… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Sheet-pan dinners provide seasoning options

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Sheet-pan dinners provide seasoning options

FEEDING A FAMILY with different tolerance levels for spice and flavor is definitely a common challenge. The struggle is real. As our daughter gets older,… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Sheet-pan dinners provide seasoning options
Port Townsend group objects to Dakota Access pipeline

Port Townsend group objects to Dakota Access pipeline

Just over 30 people turned out to march through Port Townsend in solidarity with protesters who marched in Washington, D.C., to protest… Continue reading

Port Townsend group objects to Dakota Access pipeline

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Port Townsend School Board expected to select school name

The Port Townsend School Board will consider approving a name for a new elementary school when it meets Monday. The meeting will begin at 6… Continue reading

Talent show, pot forum, all-you-can-eat crab dinner on tap through next week

An art and talent show in Brinnon, a marijuana forum in Port Townsend and a crab dinner in Port Angeles are among upcoming activities on… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend backs halibut resolution to extend season

Port of Port Townsend backs halibut resolution to extend season

The Port of Port Townsend has joined the port and city of Port Angeles and Clallam County commissioners in supporting efforts to… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend backs halibut resolution to extend season
Port of Port Angeles in talks with new airline; Zephyr proposal still on table

Port of Port Angeles in talks with new airline; Zephyr proposal still on table

The Port of Port Angeles is in talks with another airline now in its effort to secure commercial passenger air service from… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles in talks with new airline; Zephyr proposal still on table
Port Angeles High School students ask lawmaker about future with Trump

Port Angeles High School students ask lawmaker about future with Trump

Port Angeles High School students plied U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer with questions about the future under President Donald Trump. The 43-year-old congressman,… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School students ask lawmaker about future with Trump
Legal challenges to Trump’s travel ban mount from U.S. states

Legal challenges to Trump’s travel ban mount from U.S. states

Legal challenges against President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban mounted Thursday as Washington… Continue reading

Legal challenges to Trump’s travel ban mount from U.S. states
Port Townsend Women & Film Festival to welcome directors

Port Townsend Women & Film Festival to welcome directors

Six of the 11 directors whose films will be screened at April’s Women &Film Festival will be present. That’s huge for the… Continue reading

Port Townsend Women & Film Festival to welcome directors

Head-on collision near Sequim causes minor injuries

Two Port Townsend men suffered minor injuries Thursday when the pickups they were driving collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. Highway 101… Continue reading

Bill prohibiting Washington state income tax fails in Senate

The state Senate has failed to reach the required vote threshold to send voters a constitutional… Continue reading