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For the first time since 2007, the Port of Port Townsend’s water quality test in October was compliant with state Department of Ecology standards. “Boat Haven and the Port of Port Townsend has been out of compliance of their stormwater sampling copper and zinc benchmarks,” said Stephanie Liden, communications manager at the Southwest Region of the Department of Ecology. more
Fundraising is underway for the Chetzemoka interpretive trail, a sign tour through Port Townsend to honor the last hereditary chief of the S’Klallam people, Chief Chetzemoka. The trail, a project of the Native Connections Action Group of the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, in partnership with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, will feature 19 sites throughout Port Townsend. more
The Palace Hotel, the Port Townsend Antique Mall and the Red Truck Foundation were the winners of this year’s Holiday Window Display Contest, conducted by the Port Townsend Main Street Program. more
This year’s Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair slightly blurred the line between shoppers and creators, as seen when shopper Diane Haas perused the fiber art of creator Kate Dwyer. more
More voters participated in the 2018 general election than in any Washington state midterm before, and Jefferson County had the third highest turnout of any county in the state. Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman certified vote counts Dec. 4 that totaled 3,133,448 ballots. more
The sudden closure of SOS Printing came as a surprise to Port Townsend and Jefferson County communities when owner Dan Huntingford, after being diagnosed with a serious illness, announced his … more
As Marty Gilmore of Cape George entered his second term as chair of the Jefferson County Democrats, he called for unity and forward-thinking approaches to problems. “Let’s stop fighting old battles and listen to each other,” Gilmore said. “If we keep repeating what we’re doing, nothing will change. We need to come up with creative solutions.” more
The investigation continues into a vehicle collision involving a Jefferson County deputy that occurred Dec. 7 on Highway 20. more
When the four East Jefferson Fire Rescue personnel dispatched to fight the Woolsey fire arrived in California, they immediately set to work to help their overwhelmed counterparts in any way they could, be it fighting fires or filling in for emergency calls. When the team left, the Woolsey fire burning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties was one of several active fires in California. But it had died down when they arrived. more
The official dedication of the new lights at Memorial Athletic Field in Port Townsend drew no shortage of speakers Dec. 7, but two who were impacted directly were student-athletes Logan Storm and Margeaux Manuel. more
The board of Jefferson County commissioners listened to three hours of public testimony about rules for commercial shooting facilities Dec. 10 as more than 50 people spoke during a hearing at the Fort Worden Commons. They addressed a proposed ordinance that would make changes to Title 18 in county code, which deals with land use. more
The waters of Mystery Bay were glassy on Sunday as the children of Marrowstone Island lined up on the dock outside the Nordland General Store. more
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