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The Port of Port Townsend is working to formulate a plan to hear from the public on what they want to see happen to the Herb Beck Marina. During a Jan. 13 workshop, Port officials met with staff … more
Funds from the city of Port Townsend’s Lodging Tax could potentially be used to create a small “parklet” at the water-side end of Adams Street. Mari Mullen, executive director of … more
The Port Angeles man jailed for trying to elude police during a chase that exceeded 100 mph on U.S. Highway 101 Thursday morning in Jefferson County allegedly told officers they would have to shoot … more
OLYMPIA - A Washington Youth Suicide Review Team is one step closer to reality after legislators passed substitute HB 1354 out of committee in a 11-2 vote. Rep. Gina Mosbrucker, D-Goldendale, the … more
OLYMPIA - House Republicans released their proposed state budget Feb. 16, saying it shows how a Republican-controlled Legislature could craft a spending plan without raising taxes. “If House … more
OLYMPIA - Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill into law Friday that appropriates $2.2 billion federal dollars to be used for K-12 schools, public health, assistance to individuals and families, housing and … more
The Floral Heart Project will lay floral hearts in cities and towns across the United States — including Port Townsend — on Monday, March 1.  A project started by artist … more
A 27-year-old Port Angeles man was jailed after trying to flee from police after the Washington State Patrol attempted to pull him over on U.S. Highway 101 for reckless driving. Justin James Radisich … more
Are your constantly looking to get fresh, high-quality food? Do you crave a personal connection with the farmer who lovingly and carefully grew that … more
Seven bids were received on the membrane bioreactor equipment needed for the Port Hadlock wastewater treatment system. Bids ranged from a low of roughly $1.4 million to a high of approximately … more
Two Port Townsend residents — a man and a woman in their 20s — have tested positive for COVID-19, Jefferson County health officials reported late Wednesday. With the two new … more
Toxic bacteria that has taken hold in Anderson Lake — and was even linked to the death of a dog in 2007 — may be a recent development. A recent study by the Department of … more
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