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A makeshift bed complete with sheets and pillows, is part of what designers call the “Ole Townsend Gentrify Project,” an art installation in an Uptown alley between the Printery Communications … more
Bernie Donanberg has been connected to Jefferson County for 42 years, going from the boatbuilding trade to earning a master’s degree in psychology and serving as a child therapist, and then on to … more
Being named a retail produce manager of the year came as a complete surprise to Port Townsend Food Co-op employee Laura Llewellyn. “I feel like I’m new to this world,” said Llewellyn, 31, of … more
It’s time to party in Port Townsend this week and wish bon voyage to 63 boaters heading out to sea on a 750-mile Race to Alaska (R2AK). “We were on CBS Sunday Morning today,” said Jake … more
Who stole Agent 24/7 from the side of Jacob Miller Road May 26? Goddard College student Tracy Bigelow Grisman said she was tired of picking up litter on Jacob Miller Road, so her first attempt at … more
The Chimacum School District confirmed June 6 that Jason Lynch has been selected as the new principal for Chimacum Elementary. Chimacum Superintendent Rick Thompson issued a press release touting … more
Approximately 203 Jefferson County high school students, wearing caps and gowns, shift tassels from right to left during four graduation ceremonies this week. The exact numbers of students who are … more
The Port Townsend Police Department responded to 164 calls for service between May 22 and May 25, including 2 incidents of driving while intoxicated, 59 traffic stops and 3 unwanted-person reports. … more
Goddard College student Tracy Bigelow Grisman was tired of seeing litter and so installed a litter patrol guard she called “Agent 24/7” on Jacob Miller Road between Discovery Road and State Route … more
The next segment of the Olympic Discovery Trail, at the head of Discovery Bay, is under construction, and a short section of Old Gardiner Road is set to be closed for three weeks starting June … more
About 30 1940s-era homes scheduled for demolition in Port Angeles could be moved to Port Townsend for use as affordable housing. “There’s approximately 30 homes scheduled for demolition in the … more
Kelly Bell, the chef at Grey Wolf Ranch, chats with a crowd Saturday, May 27 during a cooking demonstration at the Port Townsend Farmers Market. Bell, whose presentation was part of the Artisan Food … more
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