Jefferson County

NEWS BRIEFS: Inauguration Day prayer offered at Port Angeles church this morning … and other items

The sanctuary of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 510 E. Park Ave., will be open for personal prayer or shared quiet prayer on… Continue reading

Nominations accepted for historic preservation awards

Nominations for the Jefferson County Historical Society’s annual Historic Preservation Awards are due Feb. 29. The awards honor individuals and organizations that… Continue reading

Rule easing public lands transfer concerns hunters, others

Rule easing public lands transfer concerns hunters, others

A change in U.S. House rules making it easier to transfer millions of acres of federal… Continue reading

Rule easing public lands transfer concerns hunters, others

Science writer to speak this Saturday on Mount St. Helens eruption

Seattle-based science writer Steve Olson will speak at 4 p.m. Saturday when Jefferson Land Trust’s Geology Group hosts a lecture, “Eruption: The… Continue reading

Talks on disaster preparedness, traveling set this weekend on Peninsula

Presentations about disaster preparedness and bicycling across the Himalayas are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. For more about the MarchFourth performance… Continue reading

Data: All ages, areas affected by opioid addiction in Clallam County

Data: All ages, areas affected by opioid addiction in Clallam County

Newly released data shows Clallam County’s heroin and opioid epidemic affects people of all ages across the entire county. That was the… Continue reading

Data: All ages, areas affected by opioid addiction in Clallam County
Jefferson County Public Utility District works on low-income rates program

Jefferson County Public Utility District works on low-income rates program

Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioners say they are continuing their efforts to work out details for a viable program that would… Continue reading

Jefferson County Public Utility District works on low-income rates program

Mayor, deputy mayor retain offices on Port Townsend City Council

Deborah Stinson will continue to serve as Port Townsend mayor and Catharine Robinson will remain deputy mayor in 2017. The Port Townsend… Continue reading

‘Be a Light’ performed today at Port Townsend’s Key City Playhouse

‘Be a Light’ performed today at Port Townsend’s Key City Playhouse

Key City Public Theatre and the Mandala Center for Change will join forces for “Be a Light: The Art of Taking Action!,”… Continue reading

‘Be a Light’ performed today at Port Townsend’s Key City Playhouse
More roads to travel: Daughters remember father shot to death in Port Angeles

More roads to travel: Daughters remember father shot to death in Port Angeles

Clint Leroy Darrow, a North Dakota native who grew up in Forks, never thought his fusion-tinged Port Angeles restaurant was the end-all… Continue reading

More roads to travel: Daughters remember father shot to death in Port Angeles

Process for bidding to open on Olympic Discovery Trail section

Jefferson County commissioners have authorized the county Department of Public Works to open a bidding process for contractors to work on a… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Thursday’s joint meeting of Clallam Public Utility District, commissioners canceled … and other items

The joint meeting of the Clallam County Public Utility District and Board of County Commissioners originally scheduled for this Thursday has been… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Leave your garbage-bag rain gear at home

THE RECENT MARTIN Luther King Jr. holiday is a three-day weekend that traditionally marks the peak of the winter steelhead season on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Port Angeles murder trial delayed for evidence review

Port Angeles murder trial delayed for evidence review

Tommy L. Ross Jr.’s murder trial has been moved from late January to late summer to review evidence including 38-year-old DNA samples… Continue reading

Port Angeles murder trial delayed for evidence review

Forks considering business boot camp partnership, loan program

The Forks City Council will consider working with an Olympia nonprofit to make local business owners eligible for low-interest loans. City Attorney Rod… Continue reading

Bainbridge utility campaign topic of Port Townsend lunch

Co-founders of a movement to give the city of Bainbridge Island the authority to establish a nonprofit electric utility will speak at… Continue reading

Second patient released after tree vs. SUV collision at Lake Crescent

The driver of an SUV that was struck by a falling tree on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent on New Year’s… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Free family workshops set for Forks … and other items

Quillayute Valley School District Early Learning Coalition is bringing “READY! for Kindergarten” workshops to the West End. The workshops are aimed toward parents… Continue reading

THANK YOU! Peninsula Home Fund donations at $264,486

THANK YOU! Peninsula Home Fund donations at $264,486

1,093 households or groups — contributed $264,486 to the Peninsula Home Fund during the 2016 campaign from Thanksgiving though… Continue reading

THANK YOU! Peninsula Home Fund donations at $264,486