Jefferson County

LETTER: Trump used tax benefit exclusive to real estate developers to his benefit

We need to send a message on Election Day that this potential avoidance of paying taxes for nearly two decades is unacceptable and untenable.

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Crisp, fall evenings inspire recipe re-do

A request from her daughter, combined with the cool autumn evenings, sends Sanford in search of tortellini recipe.

Secretary of state offers voting information in pamphlet

Those who do not receive a pamphlet by Oct. 17 are urged to contact the Elections Division.

State warns against eating too many razor clams

Domoic acid is a naturally occurring toxin frequently found in shellfish and at high levels may cause amnesic shellfish poisoning.

Storms blows into Peninsula, turns to rain

Trees were toppled and outages hit some areas.

Sanctions remain against state in McCleary education funding case

Sanctions remain against state in McCleary education funding case

The state Supreme Court has ruled that $100,000-a-day sanctions should continue against the state while a task force works to determine how the state will fully fund basic education.

Sanctions remain against state in McCleary education funding case

Department of Natural Resources issues plan to guide West End forest management

“This roadmap for experimentation, research and monitoring will help DNR find new and better ways of reaching its timber harvest goals and ecological objectives …”

Candidate forum for Jefferson PUD, county commissioner focuses on finance

Candidate forum for Jefferson PUD, county commissioner focuses on finance

Four candidates answered questions from the public at the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce event.

Candidate forum for Jefferson PUD, county commissioner focuses on finance
Crescent High School earns School of Distinction recognition for second year in a row

Crescent High School earns School of Distinction recognition for second year in a row

The Center for Educational Effectiveness announced school is the only one in Clallam and Jefferson counties to earn the recognition this year.

Crescent High School earns School of Distinction recognition for second year in a row
Thousands flock to Port Angeles for weekend’s crab fest

Thousands flock to Port Angeles for weekend’s crab fest

Annual festival offers crab dinners, many vendors and activities

Thousands flock to Port Angeles for weekend’s crab fest
Sequim mother, daughter tell of living with cancer

Sequim mother, daughter tell of living with cancer

Daughter cares for mother who has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer

Sequim mother, daughter tell of living with cancer
Students show off wearable art in Port Townsend

Students show off wearable art in Port Townsend

Two shows set Saturday at Port Townsend Key City Public Theater

Students show off wearable art in Port Townsend
In this file photo taken Jan. 18, 2014, a satellite-linked transmitter is visible on the dorsal fin of L87, an orca from the southern resident group of killer whales, while swimming in Puget Sound west of Seattle. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)

Tag linked to orca death

A 20-year-old endangered southern resident orca died after a February tagging.

In this file photo taken Jan. 18, 2014, a satellite-linked transmitter is visible on the dorsal fin of L87, an orca from the southern resident group of killer whales, while swimming in Puget Sound west of Seattle. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)
Author to share tales of the 1970s and ’80s in Port Townsend during First Friday Lecture

Author to share tales of the 1970s and ’80s in Port Townsend during First Friday Lecture

Poet Michael Daley arrived in Port Townsend in 1972 and was one of the people who helped transform the city into a cultural hub.

Author to share tales of the 1970s and ’80s in Port Townsend during First Friday Lecture

Thursday night rain, wind storm causes outages

Approximately 2,000 Clallam PUD customers were without power at some point in the storm.

‘Dramedy’ opens at Key City Playhouse tonight

‘Dramedy’ opens at Key City Playhouse tonight

Tickets for “4,000 Miles” are $24 and are available at www.keycitypublictheatre.org or at the playhouse box office in Port Townsend.

‘Dramedy’ opens at Key City Playhouse tonight

‘The Foggy Dew’ explained in upcoming lecture

The free presentation at the Port Hadlock library will explain why the 1916 Irish rebellion succeeded.