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EDC Team Jefferson has launched its search for a new executive director. Brian Kuh, the current executive director, will stay with the team as its business services director.   The … more
Upon first entering Jim Moore’s metal shop, one’s eye naturally focuses on two imposing metal machines that fill a corner of the building.  A newcomer might not know what they … more
For four decades the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding has sharpened the minds and skills of students learning the ancient trade of shaping wood into strong, seaworthy craft. In celebration … more
“Vespertine” describes something active, flowering, or flourishing in the evening. In botany, a vespertine flower is one that blooms when the moon does. In zoology, a vespertine … more
Casey Hannam has been named the new general manager at Quimper Mercantile. Hannam, a Sequim resident, had been assistant manager at the Port Townsend store. The board of Quimper Mercantile … more
FairWinds Winery of Port Townsend has named Michelle Cavett as the winery’s new general manager. Cavett is the eldest daughter of owners Micheal and Judy Cavett, who have operated the winery … more
Once again, Port Townsend’s own Haven Boatworks has their hands on a significant piece of Washington’s maritime history, as the Carlisle II gets a little TLC from their talented … more
Scott Kimmel, owner of Port Townsend’s New Day Fisheries, says COVID-19 has caused his lutefisk operation to take a nosedive. But the pandemic isn’t solely to blame for a downward … more
Nominations are now being accepted for the Jefferson County Community Leadership awards. The Chamber of Jefferson County will host the annual awards event on Saturday, May 15 via Zoom, the online … more
For some, wedding rings are just bands of gold and don’t have to be personalized. But for others, they want bands that are “theirs” — something that no one else … more
Black, Indigneous and People of Color (BIPOC) who are looking to become involved with the farmers market can now apply to receive start-up funds in the amount of $250 to $1,000. Jefferson County … more
For 60 years the Hoglund family has served as Port Townsend’s pre-eminent purveyors of pills, powders and other potions to palliate their loyal patrons. Those days are numbered though, as … more
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