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The Washington Growth Management Hearings Board, which rules on appeals of local zoning decisions, has decided Jefferson County still hasn’t got its shooting range ordinance right. more
It’s early days, but the plan to tax property owners to build a new elementary school at Quilcene has not yet attracted active public opposition. more
After losing “Bertie” at sea earlier this year, Peter Bailey and Heidi Snyder have a new boat to call home. more
The American Association of University Women of Port Townsend is looking for nominations for its annual Woman of Excellence award. more
A light drizzle began to fall as a crowd gathered around the marina basin at Point Hudson on Sept 8, the closing day of the 43rd Wooden Boat Festival. more
Although the Jefferson County Public Utility District’s Board of Commissioners and customers alike had their first opportunity to review the details of a proposed opt-out program for meters at a public meeting Sept. 3, the board ultimately agreed that the matter warranted its own meeting. more
A former city of Port Townsend engineer has been hired as the new water superintendent for the Jefferson County Public Utility District, overseeing all water and sewer staff and operations. more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District’s Board of Commissioners approved a resolution Sept. 3 to create a fourth tier of water rates for residential water customers, which goes into effect until Jan. 5, 2020. more
The Chimacum School District is looking to get in on the ground floor of what could be a new field of extracurricular competition by building an esports program. more
When vaping was initially introduced, it was presented not only as a safer alternative to smoking, but also as a potential means to kick the habit, and with the variety of sweet-tasting flavors of vapor it offered, it was easy to forget it contained nicotine at all. more
Advocates for low-income housing say there has been no construction of affordable apartment buildings in Jefferson County in the last decade, a drought the County Commission took steps to end this week, more than a year after declaring an affordable housing emergency. more
In a county that’s home to environmental activists, organic farmers, non-organic farmers, shellfish companies, and a range of forestland harvesters, glyphosate raises difficult questions. more
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