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Danny T. Hampton, 55, of Port Hadlock was killed the morning of March 19 while riding a motorcycle near Bremerton, according to Washington State Patrol. more
The Port Townsend High School students managed to maintain a brisk pace as they marched from their campus to the downtown, chanting, “What do we want? Action! When do we want it? Now!” more
Six students from Jefferson County were among more than 250 high school students and adults from across Washington who took part in a recent visit to the state capital to discuss how to restore civil public discourse on political issues. more
It’s crunch time for KPTZ 91.9 FM, as the station continues to raise funds for its planned move to Fort Worden State Park. more
Last fall, the Port Townsend Yacht Club expected to award at least $8,000 in maritime scholarship awards for spring 2019. more
As the days get longer and temperatures rise, the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Department is preparing for peak season. more
New legislation signed into law March 12 will recognize Jefferson County’s historic maritime shorelines as a National Heritage Area. more
Kalan Wolfe, a Port Townsend musician, has earned a Gold Ticket to Hollywood on “American Idol.” “Out of all the people who auditioned in person and online for this season, only 190 people made it to Hollywood week,” Wolfe said. “So, whatever happens, I feel pretty good about that accomplishment.” more
The Port Townsend Marine Science Center’s annual dinner and auction March 16 not only raised funds for education, but also highlighted the personal impact the MSC’s programs have made on people’s lives. more
The Port Townsend City Council unanimously adopted the proposed 2019 Stormwater Management Plan on March 18, albeit not without some expressed reservations. more
The U.S. Navy’s decisions to add 36 EA-18G “Growler” jets to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, and to quadruple the number of flight operations at Outlying Field Coupeville, has drawn strong responses from residents of Port Townsend and the rest of the Olympic Peninsula. more
Port of Port Townsend commissioners and staff quelled rumors that they were planning to sell the Quilcene marina at a public meeting March 13 at the Quilcene Community Center. more
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