Jefferson County is considering whether to require commercial shooting facilities to have operating permits, but it needs public input before a decision can be rendered.
Family members of local sheriff deputies raised concern after Sheriff David Stanko released a monthly work schedule to a citizen.
In its 88 years, the 130-foot yacht “Northwind” has not only ferried celebrities, royalty and heads of state, but has also been pressed into service during World War II and the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, and if all goes according to plan, it could wind up contributing to the efforts to shr…
It was not exactly a beachy day Sept. 15 at Fort Worden beach. The wind whistled, the waves were wild and every once in a while there was a slight sprinkle of rain.
Under a bright blue sky and in the warmth of the end-of-summer sun, the Point Hudson marina was bustling with activity on the afternoon of Sept. 6.
While most of the world is reassessing what the next steps are to combat a recycling problem in the aftermath of China shutting its doors to nearly all materials, a couple of Port Townsend locals are seeking a way to stop the epidemic at its source.
Overlooking a marina full of wooden boats, more than 50 sailors, sailmakers and Port Townsend community members shuffled sock-footed in and out of the Port Townsend Sail Loft on Sept. 7, eating smoked salmon, drinking beer and waiting their turn to give Carol Hasse, owner of Hasse & Comp…
Graduates of Port Townsend High School who have completed one year or more in an undergraduate, tech or certificated program, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, are invited to apply for continuing education scholarships, sponsored by the Port Townsend High School Scholarship Foundation.
The Port Townsend School District intends to be “a good neighbor” to the residential neighborhoods surrounding Salish Coast Elementary, but it's asking the parents of its students, as well as any other commuters who happen to be passing through, to aid them in this goal.
The Port Townsend Police Department is seeking a man and woman as suspects in a possible attempted murder case.
At the age of 99, Nordland's Patricia “Pat” Burns still hits the links with her girlfriends twice a week, when she's not swimming in the Sound or inviting those same friends over for a round of pickleball on a court she had installed on her property.
Two years of hard work came to fruition Aug. 29, when the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding launched the newly finished Dark Harbor 17 ½ sailboat, “Kotimana.”
The moment his latest “floating home” hit the water Aug. 20 in the Port Townsend Boatyard, it marked the culmination of nearly nine months of work for Terry Nowell.
The Port Hadlock Marina is looking to update the current wood and concrete floating dock and timber pilings with a new concrete and fiberglass floating dock and galvanized steel pilings, in an effort to create a more streamlined dock with a smaller environmental footprint.
Last school year saw Quilcene students working with the Community Boat Project to receive hands-on training in woodworking and maritime building on campus, without having to make the trek all the way to Port Townsend or Port Hadlock.
The Quilcene Rangers were the only Jefferson County team to take a win during opening season of high school football.
Jefferson County's Leland Lake and Mountain Lakes are among the bodies of water tagged by the Washington State Department of Health's fish consumption advisories.
The most recent statement from the Washington State School Directors' Association on school districts' budgets and collective bargaining has sparked a round of responses from the superintendents of the school districts in East Jefferson County.