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Community spirit was on display at the 30th Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair over the weekend as well as the Festival of Lights at the Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center Port Townsend. Danny … more
The South Bay Community Association (SBCA) board of directors decided Dec. 9 to reject retired developer Bert Loomis’ offer to buy 5 acres next to the Bay Club to build condominiums and/or an … more
Cynthia Osterman is selling some of her clothes to help raise funds to start a mindfulness program focused on helping teens learn self-compassion, coping skills and perhaps prevent suicide. The … more
Brinnon community high-speed Internet service could be in place by the summer of 2017, according to project organizers. A nonprofit community broadband corporation, built for and by the Brinnon … more
Admiralty Audubon is set to host its Christmas Bird Count on Saturday, Dec. 17 The annual continent-wide survey aims to document every bird seen on a given day from sunrise to sunset. Since the turn … more
Any of Jefferson County’s houses of worship that are planning special services and activities for the season are invited to submit basic event information to the Port Townsend & Jefferson … more
The Port Townsend Police Department responded to 207 calls for service between Dec. 4 and 11, 2016, which included 9 911 calls, 1 domestic violence call, 1 fireworks call and 7 calls about vehicle … more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is extending the public comment period on a preliminary affirmative decision that adequate sewage pump-out facilities are available for recreational and … more
Washington State Ferries on Dec. 10 placed a temporary weight restriction for vehicle access to the Edmonds-Kingston ferry route. The temporary weight restriction is being imposed until further … more
A new leader, a set of new operating principles and the first male board member are among significant changes being made at The Fund for Women and Girls. Established seven years ago, The Fund for … more
A Port Townsend business is sponsoring an unconventional festival of lights, demonstrating how innovative design can enhance illumination in what is characterized as a Bizarre Bazaar of … more
James Fritz led off the praise for retiring Jefferson County Commissioner Phil Johnson with the understatement “I’ve not heard anyone say a bad word about him.” George Yount drew laughter … more
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