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Local mariner Emiliano Marino has completed his second circumnavigation of the Puget Sound, this time in a motorless dory rigged for seaworthiness and camping. more
Key City Public Theatre has been trying to sell its uptown property for four years with no luck. Now, time is running short. A notice of foreclosure has been filed to go into effect August 30. more
Three years after they split from the Jefferson County Democratic Party to support Sen. Bernie Sanders, The Jefferson County Progressives aren’t budging. more
The outgoing commanding officer of Naval Magazine Indian Island officially passed his command to another officer June 28, but he’s set to remain in the area, as his next assignment will be on the staff of Commander, Navy Region Northwest in Silverdale, Washington. more
The choice of cake — with frosting made up to look like a flannel shirt and denim jeans — and the choice of venue — Port Townsend Public Library — were a reflection of the man being honored by the city of Port Townsend June 27. more
Joe D’Amico is operating his Quilcene gun range as a private facility while he works with Jefferson County zoning staff to gain permission to operate a commercial shooting range. more
James Ketchell has rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, summited Mount Everest and bicycled 18,000 miles around the world, but when he and fellow gyrocopter pilot Norman Surplus touched down at the Jefferson County International Airport June 26, it marked another achievement for both men. more
Reaction to the Port Townsend Paper Mill’s proposal to replace its corrugated cardboard pulper seemed tilted toward the negative during a public hearing June 25. more
After more than three decades with the Department of Defense Fire and Emergency Services, Frank Montone started work July 1 as the new fire chief of Quilcene Fire Rescue, after being welcomed aboard through a community barbecue at the Quilcene Fire Station June 29. more
Memorial Field was packed June 29, but instead of a carnival or a contest, the draw was a ceremony to recognize the first residents of what would later be called Port Townsend. more
The noose in the window of the Whistling Oyster has been taken down, but the debate over its meaning rages on. more
The local branch of the U.S. Coast Guard will be opening up its 87-foot cutter Osprey for tours this 4th of July. more
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