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Around 230 people gathered at Adams Street Park on Friday, June 12 to protest the treatment of immigrants in detention facilities on the U.S.-Mexico border. more
Buoyed by June 3 Pride Month proclamations from the City of Port Townsend and Jefferson County, the Board of Jefferson County Pride is preparing for another annual Pride Celebration. This year’s … more
Overcast skies couldn’t keep thousands of Port Townsend residents and visitors from Old School Fourth of July festivities last week, as throngs filled the Fort Worden Parade Grounds to enjoy music, food, walnut sack races, an Olympic-style tug-of-war, a car show and hours later, a colorful laser show. more
In the Quilcene Community Center, a clutch of grade school-aged children received a brief history lesson July 2, about the men who had landed on the moon nearly 50 years before. more
Steve and Yvonne Engle were walking in downtown Port Townsend after a May 3 morning at the gym when they noticed a man collapsed on the parking lot at Quimper Mercantile. more
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Whether it is a routine call to help transfer a patient from a car inside a home, or an emergency call where every second matters, the emergency medical services personnel in Jefferson County are ready to go at the drop of a hat. more
What started out more than half a dozen years ago as a meet-up in a since-defunct coffee shop has evolved into an annual pilgrimage for fans of comics, gaming, pop culture and even fandom itself. more
Curious readers see dirt being moved, concrete poured, steel erected and lumber shaped into livable spaces and they want to know more. more
Reservations are not yet being taken, but the Quilcene Historical Museum wrapped up the month of June by celebrating the strides they’ve made in turning Worthington Mansion into a public facility, while also looking ahead to how much work they have left. more
The expansion of the Port Townsend Food Co-op is almost finished, with administrators anticipating the final touches to be complete for a ceremony on August 16. more
Zach Gayne has two missions as garden coordinator for Port Townsend High School. One is educating students about how their food is grown. The other is producing as much food as he can for the high school’s cafeteria and the local food bank. more
When the annual canoe journey returns to the beaches of Fort Worden July 17, the tribes taking part would ask spectators to be respectful of the event’s cultural significance, something that one of the organizers credited the crowds at Port Townsend with doing very well so far. more
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