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Two portable diesel generator units (right) at the southern end of the Naval Magazine Indian Island pier, used to supply electricity for visiting submarines, are being replaced by shore-based … more
A sixth nominee has been added to the list of names the Port Townsend School Board is considering for the new elementary school. Grant Street Elementary is being replaced with a new school, slated … more
The Port of Port Townsend is the only government entity in Jefferson County specifically tagged to promote economic development. Sam Gibboney, hired last year as the port’s executive director, … more
Peninsula Homecare Cooperative provided 18 hours of in-home service to seniors in Jefferson County during its first month in business, in February 2016. Now, a year later, the first employee-owned … more
After the passage of Initiative 1491, the heavily backed and massively popular ballot measure that received 69 percent of the popular vote in Washington last November, some lawmakers in Olympia are … more
Port Townsend musician Paul Rogers (right) chats with Winter Shelter manager deForest Walker Feb. 9, after handing Walker a check for $2,250. Rogers raised the money through his Holiday Hi-Jinx Show, … more
Since buying Port Townsend Paper Corp. in 2015, Crown Paper Group executives estimate that $30 million of capital has been pumped into improvement projects and another $30 million into maintenance … more
Parents want their children to have a memorable senior year of high school, which includes making friends and making memories. Brandi and Travis Hamon were not sure their son, Nick, would ever … more
Wednesday, Feb. 22 Fort Worden PDA Board of Directors public meeting. 9 a.m. Commons Building, Room “B” at Fort Worden. Port of Port Townsend. 5:30 p.m. Port Commission Building, 333 … more
A holiday benefit show put on by Port Townsend’s Paul Rogers earned $2,250 for the Winter Shelter for the homeless. “What a win-win for our entire community,” shelter manager deForest Walker … more
The U.S. Navy is replacing diesel-powered generators on the Naval Magazine Indian Island (NAVMAG) pier with shore-based electric service from the Jefferson County Public Utility District. The $4.8 … more
Jake Vickery created this Valentine’s Day art on the beach at Fort Worden below the bluff. more
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