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Funding for transportation infrastructure projects in Port Townsend could receive a boost if the city decides to  impose a car tab fee for city residents. At a recent meeting of the Port … more
Celebrating the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden, a group of about 60 people gathered to cheer on the new president on his first day in office.  Many of the supporters gathered at Pope … 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
Jefferson Healthcare announced Monday that it will now be offering COVID-19 vaccines to individuals 80 years old and older. Last week the hospital district said it would be coordinating with other … more
A 38-year-old Brinnon man was arrested early Monday morning for attempted first-degree murder after he allegedly attacked a woman with a machete. James Nathaniel Parker was booked into Jefferson … more
Three additional cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Jefferson County over the weekend, according to the Washington State Department of Health. Jefferson County has a total of 272 confirmed … more
Annie and Tom Mullen now share ownership in The Port Townsend-Jefferson County Leader with their son, Lloyd and his wife, Karen. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, Tom Mullen carried papers there when he … more
The man who allegedly fled from the scene of an elaborate caper to burglarize a storage facility in Chimacum on New Year’s Eve was arrested last week after he again allegedly tried to elude … more
Adding new roundabouts on Highway 20 in Port Townsend have broad public support, according to comments collected on the proposal by the Washington State Department of Transportation. The agency … more
Seven new cases of COVID-19 have been discovered in Jefferson County, public health officials announced Friday. The new cases increased the total number of COVID cases in Jefferson County to 269 … more
OLYMPIA - Formerly incarcerated people would automatically regain their right to vote if a proposed bill in the Washington State Legislature is approved. Rep. Tarra Simmons (D-Bremerton), the … more
The Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary Club hopes to stomp out cold toes with warm socks. Members have kicked off a community sock drive for the month of January.  Sunrise Rotary Club is … more
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