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Editor's note: The chili cookoff is Sunday, June 4. The print edition is incorrect. Get out the chilies. The 38th annual Port Townsend Chili Cook-Off is set for Sunday, June 4 at the Jefferson … more
Bill Erickson and Robert Medina joined a host of fellow veterans May 20-22, in the week before Memorial Day, to commemorate the history of their country, as well as the wars in which they … more
It's Orca Awareness Month in Washington state, and Port Townsend is plunging into a monthlong celebration of our unique relationship with orcas and the Salish Sea. Community events taking place … more
One of the three riders who fell about 15 feet from a carnival ride May 18 during the Rhododendron Festival told police that the Phoenix wheel gondola she was riding in got caught on a bolt and … more
Editor’s note: The police log was unavailable last week and this week because Chief Mike Evans was unavailable. Last week, the sheriff’s log was delayed, and the sheriff’s log for this week was … more
Jefferson County and Port Townsend Public libraries are kicking off their Summer Reading Programs on June 19 and 20, respectively. The county library's theme this year is “Build a Better … more
The Port Townsend track and field teams performed well at the state championship meet May 25-27 in Tacoma. The boys placed third of the 45 scoring teams at the 1A state championship, behind … more
Port Townsend police are seeking the community’s assistance in locating a man said to be driving a vehicle believed to be a dark-colored Subaru, possibly with a silver luggage rack, last seen near … more
The YMCA's summer food program aims to nourish both bodies and minds with free, farm-fresh lunches and a literary and enrichment program. The Summer Meals and Activities Program last year served … more
Karen Sweeney said she saw a coyote strolling down Garfield Street May 10 as she was coming up Van Buren so pulled out her phone and rolled down her car window, thinking she’d get a cool shot of … more
The future of the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation District No. 2 in Brinnon is in question. Incumbent commissioner Bud Schindler said he won’t file this week to keep his seat on the board, … more
Paul Snider of the Port Townsend Elks Lodge 317 tosses a bouquet of flowers into Port Townsend Bay during Memorial Day observances on Monday. Several hundred people showed up at the American Legion, … more
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