Jefferson County

Champagne Opener kicks off Port Ludlow music series

Champagne Opener kicks off Port Ludlow music series

Terry Barber will perform “The Many Voices of Terry Barber” on Saturday at the Port Ludlow Bay Club.

Champagne Opener kicks off Port Ludlow music series
Dungeness River Fest returns for 17th year

Dungeness River Fest returns for 17th year

Annual event showcases area’s natural, cultural resources.

Dungeness River Fest returns for 17th year

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: 90s Night party set for tonight in PA … and other items

Entertainment news items for the North Olympic Peninsula.

Film on Citizens United decision to be shown in Port Townsend

The film will be shown at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Chimacum Grange, 9572 Rhody Drive.

ISSUES OF FAITH: Letting go of mistakes the ultimate liberation

“In the end what matters most is how well did you love, how well did you live, how well did you learn to let go.” (Dalai Lama)

Quilcene Oyster run set for Saturday

The races are tailored for varying ages and abilities.

Sophia Engkvist finds inspiration in six-song album, ‘When We Rise’
Sophia Engkvist finds inspiration in six-song album, ‘When We Rise’

Walk for Poor slated for Saturday

Participants have the option of walking as far as Whitefeather Way or in a short loop around Carrie Blake Park on the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Jefferson County jail inmate dies of suicide

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is leading an ongoing investigation into Thomas G. Lorecki’s death.

Jefferson County prosecutor’s office triage over following Michael Haas’ recovery from heart attack

Jefferson County prosecutor’s office triage over following Michael Haas’ recovery from heart attack

Office had focused only on criminal matters while prosecuting attorney was on medical leave.

Jefferson County prosecutor’s office triage over following Michael Haas’ recovery from heart attack

Clallam County disc golf course taking shape

The long-planned course sits on 40 acres of county land on the Miller Peninsula about 9 miles east of Sequim and 2 miles from the Jefferson County line.

Washington voters face question of campaign finance reform

Washington voters face question of campaign finance reform

Initiative 1464’s voucher system would give voters three $50 “democracy credits” that they can use in state races every two years.

Washington voters face question of campaign finance reform
Popular film festival venue gears up for big weekend in Port Townsend

Popular film festival venue gears up for big weekend in Port Townsend

“We have a few venues, but the Starlight is everyone’s favorite,” said the Port Townsend Film Festival executive director.

Popular film festival venue gears up for big weekend in Port Townsend
‘Weird’ author to speak at library in Port Hadlock

‘Weird’ author to speak at library in Port Hadlock

Before the free public presentation, the author will visit with students in grades 3-5 at Chimacum School.

‘Weird’ author to speak at library in Port Hadlock

LETTER: Unsure whether to vote for Trump

Here are a few questions you can ask yourself to help you decide.

PAT NEAL: Eating crow about Elwha salmon

It was a regrettable lapse in my search for truth that allowed me to question the salmon’s ability to swim up the Elwha once the dams were taken out.

Port Hadlock woman hurt in single-car crash

“It looks like it was just inattention,” a State Patrol spokesman said.