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A few times a week, when the sun is out and the wind is gently whispering through the trees, Jack Caldwell can be found at the Port Townsend Golf Club, winning.

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Port Townsend City Council member Michelle Sandoval called out through a megaphone Nov. 8, asking fellow protesters a single question at the intersection of East Sims Way and Kearney Street.

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Students at the main campus of the Chimacum School District were treated to a visit from the second-in-command of nearby Naval Magazine Indian Island in time to kick off their extended Veterans Day weekend.

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Before the Quilcene School District let its students go for the extended Veterans Day weekend, it recognized the contribution one of its high school seniors had made, both to honor his country and to motivate his fellow student-athletes.

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Jefferson County Public Works will hold a public hearing Nov. 19 to receive comment on a plan to reduce the speed limit on Shine Road in Port Ludlow. 

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Having fun, getting some exercise and raising money to support the mental health needs of children in the community is what the Jumping Mouse Children’s Center’s annual Turkey Trot is all about.

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The Jefferson County Planning Commission will begin deliberations on a draft ordinance that will amend unified development code regarding commercial shooting facilities at a special meeting Nov. 19.

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Attica Beattie, 3, sits on her father Jake Beattie’s shoulders, while masked residents of Jefferson County gather in downtown Port Townsend on Halloween. For more photos, see pages A10 and A11. 

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The temporary protection order against Robert Bunker has been dismissed, but the Chimacum School Board director has resigned at the request of the board president and school district superintendent.

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The Port Townsend City Council is mulling about $1.3 million for the 2018 supplemental budget and raising tax levies for property owners next year.

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For the Vietnam-era veterans honored during a pinning ceremony last week in Port Ludlow, the pin they received is much more than a piece of metal on their chest. It is a physical reminder of something they may not have gotten when they returned from overseas the first time – the enduring gra…

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As the Quilcene Fire Rescue Commissioners continue to discuss the 2019 budget, their priorities are to ensure adequate funding to purchase new radios and computers, as well as necessary training for emergency personnel. 

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While Kevin Streett’s colleagues at the Jefferson County Public Utility District heaped praise upon him in the wake of his departure as the assistant general manager and electrical superintendent, Streett was a man of few words about the matter.

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Visitors at Fort Worden State Park often have their mind on one thing – the beach. And that can include many things, such as building sand castles, finding seashells, wading in the water, looking for native crustaceans, or walking along the dunes.

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Mindy Walker is leading the race for District Court Judge, according to preliminary election results released at 8 p.m. Nov. 6 by the Jefferson County Auditor's Office.

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James M. Kennedy is leading the race for the County Prosecuting Attorney and Coroner's Office, according to preliminary election results released at 8 p.m. Nov. 6 by the Jefferson County Auditor's Office.

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Sailors from near and far gathered at the Old Armory Building on Oct. 20-21 for a weekend of workshops and classes on traditional sail-making and rigging. Carol Hasse of Hasse & Co. Port Townsend Sails, Brion Toss of Brion Toss Yacht Riggers and Emiliano Marino of the Artful Sailor hoste…

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Ranger tight end Robert Comstock III catches a pass thrown by Holdem Elkins against Evergreen Lutheran on Oct. 27. Evergreen Lutheran cornerback Ethan Hoefler attempts to defend the ball. The Quilcene Rangers went undefeated in regular season play, allowing them advance to the league’s distr…

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The Port of Port Townsend will lose its director of operations next month as Greg Englin was named the new executive director at the Port of Kingston on Tuesday.

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The adult homeless shelter in the basement of the American Legion Post #26 started its winter hours last week, eight days earlier than it has in previous years. 

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A Port Hadlock woman was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle Oct. 25 after being injured in a two-car collision west of Port Ludlow at the intersection of Eaglemount and Center roads.

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Homeowner Juana and Habitat For Humanity’s Melania Krupa display emotion during the key presentation ceremony at Habitat for Humanity’s Birkenfeld Community. 

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Fort Discovery Inc. is seeking a “writ of mandamus” from Jefferson County Superior Court to urge the head of the Department of Community Development to accept a permit application.

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