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The Port Townsend Pride March, taking place this Saturday, brings together lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA) people and their allies to affirm that LGBTQIA rights … more
Nice weather brings out the nice cars. I met a fellow from Keller Lane who commiserated with me about cars we bought, drove, sold and wished we still had. His was a unique 1977 Corvette, mine was a … more
A desire to keep ducks warm led to the fiery destruction of a yurt in the 400 block of Egg & I Ridge Road Thursday afternoon. There were no injuries but the two human residents of the yurt were … more
State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge night closures that had been scheduled for Friday, June 2, Saturday, June 3 and Monday, June 5 have been rescheduled. The SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge is now set to … more
Free therapeutic riding classes at Salish Spirit Salish Spirit is offering free therapeutic riding this summer for youth ages 8 and up along with adults with special needs. Lessons are set for … more
Maritime students show work Seventh-grade students from Port Townsend and Chimacum who are participating in the eighth annual Maritime Discovery Program are celebrating their achievements and … more
In the wake of a series of three open houses at the start of the month, and a public comment period that wrapped up May 18, the U.S. Navy is taking the next steps toward the potential implementation … more
Food Co-op hosts annual meeting The Port Townsend Food Co-op holds its 2017 annual meeting from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 4 at the JFK Building at Fort Worden. The annual meeting with general … more
Clockwise from upper left: Marge Luther, Don Shore, Robert Jackson, Nancy McDaniel, Steve Murphy and John Baker. more
It all started when one of Jan Woodley’s sons wanted to give a baseball to a friend as a birthday gift 23 years ago. “I couldn’t find one in Jefferson County, so I had to go to … more
It has rained on Shrimpfest for the past few years, and every year, festival organizer Phil Thenstedt wishes for sun. Shrimpfest got plenty of sun this year for the annual Memorial Day event, but … more
Port of Port Townsend commissioners voted unanimously May 24 to certify the completion of emergency work done to stabilize the easternmost 550-foot section of the Boat Haven breakwater. That section … more
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