Jefferson County

Bazaar options range across Peninsula

Bazaar options range across Peninsula

Halloween is over, the air is wet with autumn rain and on the North Olympic Peninsula, the Christmas season has already begun. A number of… Continue reading

Bazaar options range across Peninsula
Port Townsend Woodworkers’ Show to highlight local talent

Port Townsend Woodworkers’ Show to highlight local talent

Fancifully carved ornaments, robust furniture and ornate musical instruments constructed of the finest wood will be on display this weekend during the… Continue reading

Port Townsend Woodworkers’ Show to highlight local talent
Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

Aspiring authors of all ages — from elementary students to older adults — are invited to submit their best poems and stories… Continue reading

Submissions sought for annual Peninsula College magazine contest

AAUW-Port Townsend to host ‘Women in Radio’ program Nov. 12

“Women in Radio,” the second American Association of University Women-Port Townsend program in a series on “Women in Charge,” is planned Saturday,… Continue reading

Comedy production, history presentations among weekend activities on Peninsula

A high school comedy production, a presentation on the legacy of Teddy Roosevelt and another on the history of aprons are among the weekend’s activities… Continue reading

More than 51 percent return ballots in Jefferson County

More than 51 percent of registered voters in Jefferson County have returned ballots in the Nov. 8 general election. The Jefferson County… Continue reading

Musician to tell stories in song Sunday in Coyle

Musician to tell stories in song Sunday in Coyle

Folk and Americana musician Jaspar Lepak, accompanied by her husband, Kale, will perform Sunday afternoon at the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center as… Continue reading

Musician to tell stories in song Sunday in Coyle

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Townsend/Coupeville ferry service on hiatus until Monday … and other items

Service on the Port Townsend/Coupeville route will be suspended Saturday and Sunday while seismic upgrades on the Coupevile ferry terminal are completed.… Continue reading

Old Alcohol Plant in Port Hadlock to host art showcase Saturday

The Old Alcohol Plant will host an art walk showcase from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. The showcase will be open… Continue reading

PEO bazaar in Sequim to feature gifts, baked goods, books galore this Saturday

PEO bazaar in Sequim to feature gifts, baked goods, books galore this Saturday

Chapter JC of PEO International will have its eighth bazaar from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the foyer of Sequim Community… Continue reading

PEO bazaar in Sequim to feature gifts, baked goods, books galore this Saturday
Sequim high schoolers find big message in ‘Little Women’

Sequim high schoolers find big message in ‘Little Women’

Local teens will stage the timeless tale of “Little Women” starting this weekend. Robin Hall directs… Continue reading

Sequim high schoolers find big message in ‘Little Women’

ISSUES OF FAITH: Let the mask go and let God

Be gracious to me, O LORD, for I am languishing; heal me, O LORD, for my bones are troubled. My soul also is greatly troubled.… Continue reading

UPDATE1: Negotiators talking with man in standoff near Brinnon

State Patrol officers and two SWAT units are negotiating with a man in a travel trailer threatening to hurt himself after he allegedly… Continue reading

Sequim woman portrays Lillian Carter in one-woman show on New York stage

Sequim woman portrays Lillian Carter in one-woman show on New York stage

Yes, she was nervous — more than she expected, Carol Swarbrick… Continue reading

Sequim woman portrays Lillian Carter in one-woman show on New York stage
Jefferson County Library donates retired bookmobile to Skagit County

Jefferson County Library donates retired bookmobile to Skagit County

The Jefferson County Library found a new home for its old bookmobile at a library in Skagit County. The old bookmobile that… Continue reading

Jefferson County Library donates retired bookmobile to Skagit County

Almost 46 percent return ballots in Jefferson County

Nearly 46 percent of registered voters in Jefferson County have returned ballots in the Nov. 8 general election. The Jefferson County Auditor’s… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Broker earns national real estate award; bank employee promoted

Doc Reiss, managing broker with Town & Country Real Estate, has been awarded the Certified Residential Specialist Designation by the Council of… Continue reading

LETTER: As a state representative, Mike Chapman would be bipartisan

I’ll make this short. I urge you to vote for Mike Chapman for 24th District state representative. He has worked in a bipartisan way to… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s why your vote really does matter

• To stop the people, special interests and corporations who are relentlessly using our political system to take what they want and make everybody else… Continue reading

LETTER: Jill Stein the only presidential candidate who’d help save our Earth

A letter to the editor published Thursday, “For Jill Stein,” was a clearly written summary of the 2016 Democratic presidential campaign. Letter-writer Therese “Tree” Stokan… Continue reading