Jefferson County

Port Townsend City Council approves comprehensive plan update

The members added a provision for temporary homeless encampments.

Port Townsend shops open late Thursday for Girls’ Night Out

Port Townsend shops open late Thursday for Girls’ Night Out

Proceeds will go to health screenings for low-income women and to the Port Townsend Main Street Program.

Port Townsend shops open late Thursday for Girls’ Night Out

Veterans Stand Down set Thursday in Port Angeles

A wide range of services will be offered, and transportation for veterans is free through both Clallam and Jefferson transit systems.

LETTER: Make your voice heard by voting

Oct. 10 is the last day to register to vote in this election, unless you’re new to Washington.

PAT NEAL: Fishing’s lean but bird-watching’s keen

The coho seem to be running strong just across that imaginary line that marks the boundary of the recreational paradise we call Canada — but not here, they say.

Composite Recycling Technology Center’s board chairman steps down to become new chief operations officer

Composite Recycling Technology Center’s board chairman steps down to become new chief operations officer

David Walter said Monday he will be replaced as board chair by Anson Fatland, who has been on the CRTC board of directors since 2015.

Composite Recycling Technology Center’s board chairman steps down to become new chief operations officer
Closures of the Elwha River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 possible this morning

Closures of the Elwha River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 possible this morning

The chance follows a series of closures Monday night, but after that, no closures are expected for the rest of the week.

Closures of the Elwha River bridge on U.S. Highway 101 possible this morning
Forks fans often lend helping hands

Forks fans often lend helping hands

“It’s like tourism with an additional purpose,” City Attorney Rod Fleck said.

Forks fans often lend helping hands

Coupeville dock work to shut down ferry from Port Townsend for two days in November

Washington State Ferries is also suspending reservations for a third day in case construction work takes longer than expected.

Woman in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center after one-vehicle wreck near Brinnon

A man and a young boy were also injured, but they were released from Harrison Medical Center following the Highway 101 crash.

65-year-old man in stable condition at Seattle hospital after crash near Brinnon

The State Patrol said Ronald Peterson of Brinnon drove down an embankment to avoid a head-on collision on Highway 101.

Intermittent closures of Elwha River Bridge on Highway 101 continue Monday, Tuesday

Department of Transportation crews will continue to drill bore samples along the bridge piers.

The tanker ship Alaskan Navigator departs Port Angeles on Saturday morning after undergoing maintenance inspection. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

ON THE WATERFRONT: Cargo ship’s history marked by rogue wave

The Astoria Bay, once known as Dry Beam, was once struck by a wave thought to be 50 feet high and was helped out by coast guards from both borders.

The tanker ship Alaskan Navigator departs Port Angeles on Saturday morning after undergoing maintenance inspection. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Daniel James Brown, author of “The Boys in the Boat,” will speak in Chimacum later this month.

Author of ‘Boys in the Boat’ to speak in Chimacum

The book celebrates the 1936 U.S. men’s Olympic eight-oar rowing team and their triumph at Hitler’s Olympics.

Daniel James Brown, author of “The Boys in the Boat,” will speak in Chimacum later this month.

BIRD WATCH: Peck-peck-peck heralds woodpeckers, busy birds for fall

There are various ways to (humanely) deter their attacks on your home.