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Port Townsend artist Max Grover has created artwork to promote a plan to build an accessible playground in Jefferson County. Courtesy art by Max Grover more
As the Pre-Race Ruckus for the Race to Alaska got underway, one racer, a military veteran, was on hand to recount his equally impressive voyage off the country’s other coast. With the June 7 … more
Josh Collins reaches New York City in March 2016, five months after the start of his voyage. Photo courtesy Josh Collins more
The Chimacum School District confirmed June 6 that Jason Lynch has been selected as the new principal for Chimacum Elementary. Chimacum Superintendent Rick Thompson issued a press release touting … more
A $28,113,881 maximum construction cost was set for the Salish Coast Elementary School after the Port Townsend School Board voted May 30 in favor of a price contract with Absher Construction … more
For those who’ve been following the Roboctopi, Port Townsend’s high school level team for FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics, members not only made it to … more
A half dozen Port Townsend elementary and middle school students, led by a high school sophomore, held their own in a regional underwater robotics competition May 13. The Pacific Northwest MATE … more
The Chimacum school marching band is no stranger to traveling out of state, whether to Victoria, British Columbia, to take part in its Victoria Day parades, or to Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, to perform … more
(Counterclockwise from left) Ella Ashford, Nathaniel Ashford, T.J. Brass and Ayden Ratliff take their remotely operated vehicle (ROV) for a test drive. Photo by Gabi Ashford more
Some lucky families are to receive sheep and goats thanks to the efforts of young book-reading students and their parents. Students at New Day Learning Academy and their parents raised $570, which … more
Hunter Haskins, 6, was honored as the top reader for the Read to Feed campaign at New Day Learning Academy. Hunter read 104 books. He is the son of Jake and Amie Haskins of Nordland. Photo courtesy … more
Maritime programs for South County youths are expanding, thanks to a $19,000 grant awarded by the Jefferson Community Foundation (JCF). The Quilcene-Brinnon Teen Leadership Maritime Skills Program … more
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