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The access road to Fort Townsend State Park has been closed for a resurfacing project. John Whittet, operations manager for Fort Worden State Park, said that although the access road will be … more
A man who was part of a timber poaching group that touched off the 3,300-acre Maple Fire in the Olympic National Forest two years ago was sentenced to 30 months in prison during a court appearance … more
Four projects in Jefferson County have won grants as part of an $18 million package to help salmon recover in Washington state by removing barriers that block fish passage, plus river restoration and … more
Calling all culinary artisans: Unthinkably, it seems there are kids whose birthdays are bereft of cake. Quickly, to the kitchen! Yes, even more unthinkable than Paul Hollywood tolerating … more
A 62-year-old Elma man was injured Friday afternoon when his 1996 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck hit the trailer of a logging truck that had come loose and went into the oncoming lane of traffic on … more
Despite a slight damper posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers said the first Jefferson County Virtual Farm Tour proved a huge success. Consisting of six online presentations by local farmers … more
Fire commissioners for East Jefferson Fire Rescue have chosen a new commissioner to fill a vacancy on the board, but uncertainty over how the fire department’s district lines will be redrawn … more
The man believed to have stolen the van recovered near Camp Discovery Road by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday was apprehended Thursday, Sept. 24. According to an online post … more
Jefferson County has gone 11 days without a new case of COVID-19 being reported in the county, local health officials announced Friday. The last positive test of a coronavirus infection was … more
Port Townsend Police Department received 148 calls for service from Aug. 31 through Sept. 6. Below are selected reports. At 7:05 a.m. Aug. 31, officers received a report of a theft in the area of … more
A lot can change in five years even in so comparatively stable and contained a space as downtown Port Townsend. Hence, the signs directing locals and visitors alike to various shops, restaurants … more
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While thick smoke from massive wildfires in Oregon, California and Washington filled the region, things looked rather bleak for the first ever Adventuress Cup regatta. But as luck would have it, … more
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