Jefferson County

The fourth annual Holiday Hi-Jinx Show will begin at 6:30 tonight at the Joseph F. Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden State Park, 25 Eisenhower Way, Port Townsend. Seen here in the rear row from left are George Rezendez, Carla Main, Tom Svornich, John Maxwell, Kurt Festinger and Dirk Anderson. At front center is Paul Rogers, show organizer.

Get into the spirit with holiday hijinks: Concert a fundraiser for COAST winter shelter

Organizers of the fourth annual Holiday Hi-Jinx Show hope to rock out the masses at a new venue while raising money for… Continue reading

The fourth annual Holiday Hi-Jinx Show will begin at 6:30 tonight at the Joseph F. Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden State Park, 25 Eisenhower Way, Port Townsend. Seen here in the rear row from left are George Rezendez, Carla Main, Tom Svornich, John Maxwell, Kurt Festinger and Dirk Anderson. At front center is Paul Rogers, show organizer.

Holiday events on Peninsula

Candlelight services and other holiday events are among the weekend’s activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. For more about the Holiday Hi-Jinx Allstar Fundraiser for… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Philanthropic Education Organization awards PC student with $1,800 grant … and other items

Port Angeles Chapter IV of the Philanthropic Education Organization (PEO) recently awarded Hannah Nelson an $1,800 grant from the Program for Continuing… Continue reading

Responders called in to rescue man on Little River Trail in Olympic National Park

First responders worked Thursday evening to rescue a man who was injured while hiking the Little River Trail in Olympic National Park.… Continue reading

Volunteers ensure free holiday feast in Chimacum

Volunteers ensure free holiday feast in Chimacum

Rotarians are helping to continue the tradition of a free Christmas dinner at the Tri-Area Community Center in Chimacum. The free meal will… Continue reading

Volunteers ensure free holiday feast in Chimacum
Robotics team fundraising: Gift-wrapping to help students build robots

Robotics team fundraising: Gift-wrapping to help students build robots

Jefferson County students, supported by the Applied Education Foundation, are wrapping gifts to raise money to buy equipment for underwater robots in… Continue reading

Robotics team fundraising: Gift-wrapping to help students build robots
1 year after Oregon refuge takeover, quieter land battle unfolds

1 year after Oregon refuge takeover, quieter land battle unfolds

On a recent wintry evening, members of the Grant County Public Forest Commission walked into… Continue reading

1 year after Oregon refuge takeover, quieter land battle unfolds

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Angeles holiday lights tours are underway … and other items

All Points Charters & Tours is offering tours of Christmas lights in Port Angeles through Christmas Eve. Each tour is about two… Continue reading

Consider Home Fund for last-minute Christmas gifts

Christmas. We all gather with friends and family to share warm homes and hearts, eat homemade… Continue reading

Kilmer looks at road ahead for Elwha River bridge, water infrastructure

Kilmer looks at road ahead for Elwha River bridge, water infrastructure

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer expects an infrastructure push from the federal government as President-elect Donald J. Trump’s administration takes control of the… Continue reading

Kilmer looks at road ahead for Elwha River bridge, water infrastructure
Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News                                Clallam Bay’s Mariah LaChester, left, drives around the tight defense ofQuilcene’s Katie Love during the Rangers’ 45-30 nonleague win over the Bruins.

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Quilcene girls get defensive in win over Clallam Bay

Quilcene evened the score against Clallam Bay with a 45-30 nonleague girls basketball victory… Continue reading

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News                                Clallam Bay’s Mariah LaChester, left, drives around the tight defense ofQuilcene’s Katie Love during the Rangers’ 45-30 nonleague win over the Bruins.

Six lectures planned in yard and garden series

The 2017 Jefferson County Master Gardener Foundation Yard and Garden Lecture Series will begin with a Jan. 14 presentation, “Thirty-seven Native Gems… Continue reading

‘Screenagers’ discusses growing up in digital age in Jan. 23 screening at Jefferson County Library

The Jefferson County Library will host a free public screening of the documentary film “Screenagers” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23. The… Continue reading

Equestrian author will tell about trails in Hadlock talk Jan. 18

Equestrian author will tell about trails in Hadlock talk Jan. 18

Equestrian author and trail rider Kim McCarrel will talk about her latest book, “Riding Southwest Washington Horse Trails,” at the Jefferson County… Continue reading

Equestrian author will tell about trails in Hadlock talk Jan. 18

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim church donates to homeless … and other items

The Sequim Police Department recently received a donation of 50 all-weather protective ponchos to distribute to the local homeless population. The donation was… Continue reading

Only person convicted in Kercher murder seeks acquittal

Only person convicted in Kercher murder seeks acquittal

Nearly two years after Italy’s highest court acquitted Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend of murdering… Continue reading

Only person convicted in Kercher murder seeks acquittal

Washington State seeks to increase foreign students

Washington State University wants to increase the number of students from foreign countries who enroll at… Continue reading

Four Washington electors pick candidate other than Clinton

Four Washington electors pick candidate other than Clinton

For the first time in four decades, members of the Electoral College in Washington state have broken from the state’s popular vote for… Continue reading

Four Washington electors pick candidate other than Clinton
Trump cruises to Electoral College victory despite protests

Trump cruises to Electoral College victory despite protests

There were many protesters but few faithless electors as Donald Trump won the Electoral College vote Monday — ensuring he will become… Continue reading

Trump cruises to Electoral College victory despite protests

Trial set in burglaries; Little League loses $5,000 in gear, electronics

A Port Hadlock man charged with burglarizing the East Jefferson Little League office faces a March trial. James Hansen, 21, has pleaded… Continue reading