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In the midst of all the noise of modern day living—car engines, Navy jets, ferry fog horns—it seems impossible to find some quiet. For author Steve Grace, it was in seeking a few quiet moments in the woods that he made an amazing discovery: in the middle of the Quimper Peninsula sat a secret, ancient and quiet world. more
When Dominic and Stephanie Svornich opened Cellar Door about seven years ago, they envisioned a delicious eatery operating during regular business hours. Instead, they gave birth to an eclectic music venue. more
Local businessman Joe D’Amico and his lawyer, known for battling government attempts to regulate D’Amico’s rifle ranges, are the heroes of a series of doomsday novels about armed survivalists who rebuild America after a corrupt government and society collapse. more
It’s not every police officer that’s introduced to his new beat from the dais of a film festival panel discussion, but Judson Haynes’ is not every cop. more
Every day is a gift for David Engle, who knows from scary recent days that the rising of the sun each morning could be the last dawn he sees. more
A Port Townsend man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for stalking after years of sending letters and messages and harassing multiple women in Port Townsend. more
A hiker who was rescued after falling more than 15 feet down the Lake Constance trail in Jefferson County is still unconscious after being at Harborview Medical Center for more than a week. more
The level of the toxin microcystin found in Lake Leland recently is nearly three times the safety limit set by the state of Washington, prompting Jefferson County Public Health to issue a toxicity warning. more
The Autumn equinox was brought in with a weekend of farm touring in Jefferson County, as 19 farms in the eastern part of the county showed off their harvests. more
On a drizzly Sunday morning, families, friends and neighbors warmed up at the Chimacum Grange, soaking up fresh blueberry syrup with buckwheat pancakes, sipping steamy cups of coffee and tapping their feet to live folk tunes. more
The City of Port Townsend will shift from dash-mounted police cameras to body cameras to record arrests and other police activities. more
Jefferson County’s Parks and Recreation Department paid tribute to the many volunteers who make its programs and services possible with a community cook-out at H.J. Carroll Park Sept. 18. more
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