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The city of Port Townsend needs fire and emergency medical services, and Proposition 1 on the Feb. 12 special election ballot would solidify its relationship with East Jefferson Fire Rescue District … more
More than a decade ago, the city of Port Townsend decided to combine its tax base with that of East Jefferson Fire Rescue. But over the past 10 years, the tax bases have remained separate and … more
Unwritten rules plague many a small town. Ours included. There’s good and bad in that situation which can often be dependent upon who you know. And most of us prefer to live in these … more
The year is 1994 and it takes a full minute to connect to the unthinkably slow 24 kilobytes per second World Wide Web. At the time, one could access the internet at the public library or take … more
Jefferson County faced its fair share of doom and gloom during the past 12 months. Our downtown renovation plagued traffic and forced more than one business to close its doors. Port … more
Folks have lots of time off this time of year. Indoor time, mostly, wondering when the days will actually seem longer. more
You may think it is the time of year for Christmas music or eggnog or colder weather, but you are wrong. It is the time for partying with your friends. Believe it or not, they are everywhere. BJ … more
When is the last time you used cash to make a purchase? Go ahead, look in your wallet and compare the plastics to the papers. With which of those do you use to make most of your purchases? That … more
The internet is not what it used to be. Since its launch, it has changed humanity. more
Thank you for taking the time out of your week to become a little more informed about the happenings in Jefferson County. If you’re reading this, chances are you live here or at the very least, … more
The long-awaited public hearing on a proposed ordinance for commercial shooting facilities has come and gone. At least part one. Jefferson County Commissioners have been telling the public they … more
Recently, Jefferson County Sheriff Dave Stanko provided a work schedule of his county deputies to a citizen who was concerned about coverage in his area. The rotation schedule showed which deputy … more
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