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When the state Department of Ecology kicked off the new year by soliciting early input on a net pen management project, it reawakened concerns among fish conservationists. Project coordinator … more
It’s time to think spring, and beyond, and there’s plenty of inspiration to be found in the ideas and products showcased at the 2017 Home & Landscape Show. The event is set for 9 a.m.-5 p.m., … more
The residential real estate business greatly improved in Jefferson County in 2016, and there are high hopes for 2017. “We’re back to where we were before the crash in terms of demand,” said … more
Two new bills could drive a deeper wedge between you and your smartphone on the road if passed by the state Legislature. Drafted by Rep. Jessyn Farrell, D-Seattle, House Bill (HB) 1371 effectively … more
People voiced concerns, but arrived at few answers Monday at the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s (QUUF) public conversation on what it means to be a “sanctuary community.” After … more
Martin and Charlotte Frederickson of One Straw Ranch joined the Port Townsend Farmers Market last year, selling grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork, chicken and quail eggs, and wool. “The … more
The Governor’s Salmon Recovery Office has reported that it is seeing some returns on its two decades of investment, but the results remain uneven. While some salmon populations, such as Hood … more
For the first time in 20 years, the top three banks with the most market share of depositors in Jefferson County can be defined as local, Washington-based banks, not national institutions. It’s … more
When Meredith Wagner began at the Jefferson County Library 27 years ago, it was a small place with print collections and a card catalog. This fall, the director is leaving behind a flourishing center … more
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
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