Jefferson County

Five file during extended Jefferson filing period, leaving some positions without candidates

Five candidates filed for election for two open offices during the extended filing period for Jefferson County, which leaves 14 positions without… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Caregivers need support sometimes, too

THE ODDS ARE pretty good that most of us are hearing the terms “caregiver” and “caregiver support” more and more. If you’re a veteran of… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Field carrier landing practice operations set 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 Monday through… Continue reading

Race to Alaska ruckus to preview third annual adventure

Race to Alaska ruckus to preview third annual adventure

PORT TOWNSEND —The Race to Alaska festivities will kick off in Port Townsend on Wednesday with the annual ruckus, which includes food, beer, informational talks… Continue reading

Race to Alaska ruckus to preview third annual adventure
Firefighters found a full-involved blaze at a yurt on Egg & I Ridge Road on Thursday. (East Jefferson Fire-Rescue)

Yurt destroyed by fire south of Chimacum

Investigation continued last week on the cause of a fire that destroyed a yurt in the 400 block of Egg &I Ridge Road.… Continue reading

Firefighters found a full-involved blaze at a yurt on Egg & I Ridge Road on Thursday. (East Jefferson Fire-Rescue)

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Public to be introduced to Port Townsend public works director finalists

Finalists for the Port Townsend Public Works director position will be introduced to the public Monday. The introduction will be from 4:30 p.m. to 6… Continue reading

‘Day of the Orca’ celebrates killer whale, Port Townsend science center’s 35th year

‘Day of the Orca’ celebrates killer whale, Port Townsend science center’s 35th year

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center will kick off Orca Month and its 35th anniversary year with “The Day of the Orca”… Continue reading

‘Day of the Orca’ celebrates killer whale, Port Townsend science center’s 35th year

Former Chimacum student charged with assault after knife brought to school

A former Chimacum student was charged with multiple counts of assault after he was arrested for investigation of bringing a knife onto the… Continue reading

Hoquiam man charged with manslaughter, 3 other charges after ‘flooring’ truck

Hoquiam man charged with manslaughter, 3 other charges after ‘flooring’ truck

A 31-year-old Hoquiam man was charged Wednesday in Grays Harbor District Court in the hit-and-run death of a young Quinault tribal member over… Continue reading

Hoquiam man charged with manslaughter, 3 other charges after ‘flooring’ truck
Funtastic files for testimony after three are hurt in Ferris wheel fall

Funtastic files for testimony after three are hurt in Ferris wheel fall

Legal maneuvering has begun over a fall from a Ferris wheel during the Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival that could generate $1 million… Continue reading

Funtastic files for testimony after three are hurt in Ferris wheel fall

Port Orchard might ditch second-class city status; Port Angeles considers adopting it

Port Orchard residents are close to taking away their city as an example held up by Port Angeles fluoridation opponents who want… Continue reading

Port Townsend man hurt in wreck remains in serious condition

A Port Townsend man injured in a motorcycle wreck as he allegedly fled from sheriff’s deputies remained in serious condition in a… Continue reading

NANDA to flip for hometown audiences in Port Townsend

NANDA to flip for hometown audiences in Port Townsend

NANDA, an acrobatics and comedy group made up of four men from Port Townsend, will perform its inaugural full-length solo show in… Continue reading

NANDA to flip for hometown audiences in Port Townsend

Mariners’ Regatta, whale presentation among upcoming activities

A regatta, the fourth Rally in the Alley, a dart tourney fundraiser and an alley cleanup are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading

A capella choir to lift voices for 25th anniversary

Wild Rose Chorale will celebrate 25 years with two anniversary concerts today and Saturday. Both will be at 7:30 p.m. at Quimper… Continue reading

The Miró Quartet will perform in Port Townsend next week.

Aspiring world-class musicians on view at Centrum workshops next week

Some of the world’s most promising classical musicians will arrive in Port Townsend on Sunday, say organizers of the Chamber Music Workshop… Continue reading

The Miró Quartet will perform in Port Townsend next week.

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Remodel, new hours for Sequim business; new employees hired at Port Angeles bank

Rodda Paint recently remodeled its store at 271 S. Seventh Ave. and is featuring new hours for its spring and summer schedules. The… Continue reading

College film fest showcases adventures Wednesday

Peninsula College’s fourth annual Moving Pictures Film Festival will be offered at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Maier Performance Hall. This event… Continue reading

Husband-wife duo go classical for Coyle concert

Husband-wife duo go classical for Coyle concert

The Concerts in the Woods series will begin June by moving to “the classical side of the aisle,” said organizer Norman Johnson. Folias… Continue reading

Husband-wife duo go classical for Coyle concert

ISSUES OF FAITH: In marriage, love endures all things

Ephesians 5:21 NIV MARRIAGE MATTERS. MARRIAGE matters for the health of our families; it matters… Continue reading