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Jefferson County has a new voice on the statewide association of Public Utility Districts, the local not-for-profit providers of electrical, water, sewer and other basic services. more
A two-day wildland firefighting exercise is planned for June 1-2 in Port Ludlow at the currently closed Trail 9 golf course. more
A $6.3 million trust land transfer funded by the state Legislature will permanently protect 900 acres of timber lands within the Dabob Bay Natural Area in Jefferson County, according to a news release from the Northwest Watershed Institute. more
Now, after working for the port for 10 years working on the docks with tenants and in the moorage office, Fauls has decided to take his love for the port one step further and run for the District 1 port commissioner position. more
On June 29, the new Chetzemoka Trail will be unveiled in a ceremony at Memorial Athletic Field in Port Townsend to begin the area’s journey to understanding the difficulties of coexistence between American Indians and non-Native people. more
When Tom Berg emerged onto the deck of the USS Tennessee the night of Dec. 7, 1941, the city of Honolulu was pitch black. The only sources of light were the fires raging on the nearby USS West Virginia and USS Arizona. more
The days get longer, the scotch broom starts blooming on the side of the highway and road crews emerge from hiding, orange vests stunningly bright under the blue skies of summer. It’s construction season. Below are some projects to be aware of in the coming weeks: more
The plaque honoring veterans of World War I and World War II was stolen during the night on May 14. more
Tucked away in Fort Worden is a gravel patch where twice a week, dozens of members of the Port Townsend Petanque Alliance gather to improve their skills and socialize while they compete in a 120-year-old French game of mental tenacity. more
The main toxin affecting Anderson Lake is known as Anatoxin-a, and last week it was measured at almost 5,000 times the state’s acceptable level for recreation: one microgram per liter. “It’s … more
The area man who lost a dog to the neurotoxins in Anderson Lake is criticizing Washington State Parks for what he says is insufficient response to clear danger and says he worries the water-borne toxins could have a broader impact. more
The Rhododendron Festival Grand Parade’s turnout of entrants, May 18, was on the high end of its yearly average, according to Rhody Fest Association Vice President Lori Morris. more
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