Jefferson County

‘May’s Vote’ performance available online

Key City Public Theatre and the Jefferson County Historical Society will present virtual performances of “May’s Vote,” with the first this year… Continue reading

Port Townsend High School seniors planning a tennis court prom this spring are, clockwise from left, Finn O’Donnell, Sorina Johnston, Stella Jorgensen and Melanie Bakin. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Townsend High School seniors planning a tennis court prom this spring are, clockwise from left, Finn O’Donnell, Sorina Johnston, Stella Jorgensen and Melanie Bakin. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Townsend singer-songwriter and cafe co-owner Clay Bartlett will give a Candlelight Concert online Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Clay Bartlett)

Singer-songwriter set for show

Candlelight series continues with Bartlett’s concert

Port Townsend singer-songwriter and cafe co-owner Clay Bartlett will give a Candlelight Concert online Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Clay Bartlett)
<strong>Diane Urbani de la Paz</strong>/Peninsula Daily News
 Mark Puryear, right, seen with Terry Harmonica Bean in 2019, will be among the teaching artists in Centrum’s Acoustic Blues workshop this summer.
<strong>Diane Urbani de la Paz</strong>/Peninsula Daily News
 Mark Puryear, right, seen with Terry Harmonica Bean in 2019, will be among the teaching artists in Centrum’s Acoustic Blues workshop this summer.

Chimacum, Port Townsend schools topic at Port Townsend Rotary meeting

David Engle, Kristina Mayer and Jennifer James-Wilson will address the Port Townsend Rotary Club at noon today. The club is currently meeting… Continue reading

Houlton Madinger of Port Townsend is among the first to enjoy the Mountain View Pool’s 84-degree water Monday morning. The city pool, at 1925 Blaine St., has reopened for lap swimming and independent water aerobics — by reservation — from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, visit cityofpt.us/pool or phone 360-385-POOL (7665). (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Open for reservations

Houlton Madinger of Port Townsend is among the first to enjoy the Mountain View Pool’s 84-degree water Monday morning. The city pool, at 1925 Blaine… Continue reading

Houlton Madinger of Port Townsend is among the first to enjoy the Mountain View Pool’s 84-degree water Monday morning. The city pool, at 1925 Blaine St., has reopened for lap swimming and independent water aerobics — by reservation — from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, visit cityofpt.us/pool or phone 360-385-POOL (7665). (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Royal Canadian Navy operations slated at Bentinck Island

The Royal Canadian Navy has announced that the land-based demolition range at Bentinck Island will be in use through Friday, March 26,… Continue reading

Rural pot production examined

Jefferson County to consider amendments to its Comprehensive Plan

State Recreation and Conservation Office representative to speak to East Jefferson Rotary

Adam Cole, from the state Recreation and Conservation Office, will address a meeting of the Rotary Club of East Jefferson County at… Continue reading

Weekly flight operations scheduled

There will be field carrier landing practice for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There will be landing… Continue reading

<strong>Diane Urbani de la Paz</strong>/Peninsula Daily News
Carol Rich shares her Port Townsend home with Zoe, left, and Xen.
<strong>Diane Urbani de la Paz</strong>/Peninsula Daily News
Carol Rich shares her Port Townsend home with Zoe, left, and Xen.
Rosalie DiMaggio inspects a wheelchair as part of her church’s effort to bring in enough wheelchairs, canes, walkers and more to fill a 40-foot storage container and send to Guatemala. (Matthew Nash /Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Dungeness Community Church seeks wheelchairs for Guatemalans

Volunteers to pick up donations from Port Angeles to Port Townsend

Rosalie DiMaggio inspects a wheelchair as part of her church’s effort to bring in enough wheelchairs, canes, walkers and more to fill a 40-foot storage container and send to Guatemala. (Matthew Nash /Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Inaugural Chimacum clinic vaccinates 330 people

Peninsula percentage of immunizations tops in state

Tracy Thompson

Development director joins Northwind Art

Northwind Art has added a development director. Tracy Thompson joined the organization this month. Thompson returned to Port Townsend after a decade… Continue reading

Tracy Thompson