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State Secretary of Health John Wiesman approved Jefferson County’s application to move to Phase 2 of the governor’s “Safe Start” plan May 23. more
A portion of Taylor Street in Port Townsend was closed over Memorial Day weekend as part of the city’s “Open Streets Initiative.” more
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Rick Fourmont is the guy you want by your side when you get bad news. more
The Wooden Boat Festival, the Race to Alaska and Seventy48 are the most recent event cancellations of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced April 24 some “low-risk” construction can resume, one month after the governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order had banned most residential and commercial construction to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. more
The “new normal” amidst the global coronavirus pandemic can make everyday activities, such as navigating the grocery store or scheduling a doctor’s appointment stressful. more
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Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday that Washington will join 13 other states that have closed in-person public and private schooling for the rest of the academic year. more
Gov. Jay Inslee called for local manufacturers to step up and make face masks and protective gear needed to protect healthcare workers caring for coronavirus patients because of a global shortage. more
Like with so many others, it started with a dry cough. more
Across the world, stories have emerged of doctors in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic who have to decide: Who gets the ventilator that will help keep them alive—and who doesn’t? more
In response to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, community members are collecting funds to help support local nonprofits on the front lines of responding to the crisis. more
The annual Rhody Run 12k race has been canceled for the first time in its almost 42-year history. Race director Jenni Little said the decision was made by the Port Townsend Marathon Association on March 13 after monitoring how other races across the country were responding to the burgeoning health crisis. more
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