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 Brian Kuh might be relatively new to Team Jefferson, having just become its deputy director in May, but he’s bringing a lifetime of passion for economic development to his upcoming role as … more
About the same number of species as usual were spotted by Admiralty Audubon Chapter members who were out with binoculars and notepads Dec. 17 doing their part for the annual national Christmas Bird … more
There is no such thing as a “quiet” year in the news business, and that’s reflected in what may be considered the “big news” stories of 2016 in Jefferson County. Month to month, here are … more
Bob Caprye, who was hired as the Jefferson County Public Utility District’s (PUD) chief financial officer in early 2015 and put on paid leave in May 2016, has been paid $87,500 in a settlement … more
What started as a small village built up around iron smelting has since been restored into a waterfront park, but volunteers are still needed this month to help further refurbish the natural … more
Take the plunge in Ludlow Port Ludlow hosts its Polar Plunge at 1 p.m., Friday, Dec. 30 at the Beach Club, 121 Marina View Drive. T-shirts are to be available for $15 this year, so people can … more
It’s a particularly stormy December day. Waves roll onto the beach near the Point Wilson Lighthouse at Fort Worden State Park. Usually, they would stop right there. But not this time. The … more
Jon Cooke of Quilcene, elected as chair of the Jefferson County Republican Party Dec. 8, has set his sights on unseating Democrat Jefferson County Commissioner Kathleen Kler in 2018. Cooke, 58, … more
Kirk Boxleitner is on the beat as a reporter and photographer with the Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader. Boxleitner, 41, grew up in eastern Washington, graduated from high school in … more
Motorists traveling Griffith Point Road on Marrowstone Island for the past year may have noticed that its guardrail is 20-30 feet shorter than it used to be. Eric Kuzma, project manager for … more
The City of Port Townsend’s $38.7 million 2017 budget reflects better financial health, although the city is unable to provide needed infrastructure improvements. “The budget process was … more
Quilcene School District Superintendent Wally Lis barely reacted when school board member Viviann Kuehl proposed Dec. 14 that his contract not be automatically renewed. “With the budgetary … more
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