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Home sales down, prices up There were 66 homes sold in Jefferson County in July 2017, down 7.04 percent from the 71 completed sales from a year ago in July, according to the Northwest Multiple … more
(From left) Mark Padgett and John Altemose help Port Townsend RadioShack store owner Barbara Lyle sort her remaining stock in preparation for her fall closure. Photo by Kirk Boxleitner more
When the Lyle family became RadioShack store owners, little did they realize that they’d wind up outlasting the RadioShack chain – twice. Barbara and Dave Lyle bought their first RadioShack … more
Brenda Hill grew up in the vicinity of the Beaver Valley Store, in a family that valued sweets and with a grandmother who sold popular pies. So it was little wonder that she roped her family – … more
For Brenda and Michael Hill and their kids, fixing up the old Beaver Valley Store as the new shop for their line of candies has been a family affair. Photo by Kirk Boxleitner more
While the Jefferson County hearing examiner has yet to render a decision on Olympus Gardens’ application to establish a marijuana processing business on Marrowstone Island, an additional 14-day … more
Sklar wins award for outstanding year Stephen Sklar of the financial services firm Edward Jones recently won the firm’s coveted Ted Jones Prospecting Award, which recognizes financial advisers … more
PTEF elects new board members Port Townsend Education Foundation is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with four new board members: Carma Feland, Steve Feland, Missy Nielsen and Gregg … more
A revolutionary transition in transportation has begun, namely, the electrification of nearly all modes of transportation. Norway has had an electric ferry since 2015. Boeing and Microsoft have … more
The public has until June 23 to comment on a proposed shoreline substantial development permit for 10 acres of suspended tumble oyster aquaculture, submitted by the Jamestown and Port Gamble … more
Mark Miller fits a rub rail on the FV Charity. Based out of Seattle, the Charity has been coming to Port Townsend for maintenance for the past seven years. Photo courtesy Jake Beattie more
Hundreds of people who drive by on their way to and from wherever probably don’t notice, but you might, or at least you could. Look seaward when you pass Safeway and you’ll see a boatyard … more
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