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A Quilcene man reportedly came upon a burglar in his home Tuesday, Sept. 15 and managed to hold the unarmed thief at gunpoint until police could arrive and arrest her, according to the Jefferson … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 270 calls for service between Aug. 22 and Aug. 28. Below are several notable incidents.  At 8:42 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, deputies … more
Port Townsend Police received 149 calls for service from Monday, Aug. 24 through Sunday, Aug. 30. Below are selected reports.  At 9:40 a.m. Aug. 24, police received a report of a possible … more
Night work that required a four-hour continuous closure of the Highway 104 Hood Canal Bridge has been postponed due to weather, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation. The … more
Lorna Smith and Heidi Eisenhour made their respective cases to the working tradespeople of the Port Townsend waterfront and how their interests would be represented should they be elected as county … more
The Port Townsend Marine Science Center will once again be taking part in the International Coastal Cleanup — although with a few measures to keep volunteers apart due to the ongoing … more
A Port Angeles man was arrested early Saturday, Sept. 12 after a traffic stop revealed he allegedly possessed at least six oxycodone pills and one stolen firearm, according to the Jefferson County … more
Dave Robison will retire this fall after serving as the executive director of the Fort Worden Public Development Authority for nine years. Robison will retire on Nov. 15, the formal end of a … more
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is eying the Point Hudson Marina as a possible location for a floating oyster nursery called a “ FLUPSY.” A floating upweller system, commonly … more
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The Chamber of Jefferson County has announced the finalists for this year’s Community Leadership Awards. The winners will be announced online during a Zoom videoconferencing gathering … more
Two people have volunteered to fill the vacant seat on the Chimacum School Board. The two candidates are Kathryn Lamka and Wilma L. Hackman. A vacancy on the Chimacum Board of Directors arose … more
Thick smoke from forest fires in the Pacific Northwest have led to health warnings and air quality alerts for Jefferson County and 13 other counties in Western Washington. Four agencies — … more
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