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Summer is the time for backyard barbecues, not backyard whale decomposition. But for veterinarian Stefanie Worwag and her husband, retired police officer Mario Rivera, documenting the process as the flesh slowly melted off the corpse of a gray whale over three months was the perfect summer activity. more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District (PUD) is not only looking to make it more convenient for its customers to connect to solar power, but it also aims to capitalize upon its own solar project as an educational opportunity. more
Olympic Neighbors has finished tallying the funds raised from its fourth annual Summer Bash Aug. 18, and Program Coordinator Claudia Coppola is proud to report it generated more than $23,000. more
The Port Townsend Main Street Program invites the community to Room A of the Fort Worden Commons on Sept. 11 at 5:30 p.m. to explore how the arts could be an economic engine for a more sustainable economy in Port Townsend. more
If the massive 9.0 earthquake that is predicted along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, known as the Big One, were to strike today, Jefferson County could become cut off from the mainland of Washington. more
Now is the time for teachers to return to their schoolhouses for a week of training and meetings and planning and preparing their rooms for the return of pupils. more
The eighth annual Dove House Golf Benefit at Port Ludlow Aug. 23 drew 111 golfers and raised at least $18,000 for Dove House Advocacy Services. more
The Port Townsend Summer Band’s Aug. 25 concert marked Miles Vokurka’s final outing as the band’s director, but Marge Rosen got a dry run at replacing him when she stepped up as one of the day’s local guest conductors. more
Even when it’s not a “Sew Day” or one of our two annual national holidays devoted to veterans, the Jefferson County chapter of the national Quilts of Valor nonprofit organization remains active in dispensing quilts to area veterans. more
For Heather and her daughter Elise, Aug. 24 represented the culmination of 18 months of weekly labor on Nora Porter Loop in Port Townsend, and while the work they and their friends, family members and fellow volunteers put into the site completed the 12th house for Habitat For Humanity in that neighborhood, it also gave the mother and daughter a “safe, secure” home. more
While Kristina Mayer remained the top vote-getter in the most recent recount of the primary election for the open Director District 3 seat on the Chimacum School Board, fellow candidates Gary Frogner and Steve Martin saw their fortunes reversed, even as less than a handful of votes separated them. more
Police arrested a man who lived in a house for nearly two years with the decaying body of his dead mother on Aug. 23. more
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