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Port Townsend’s Kat Murphy can be found each summer chasing coho and king salmon in the salty seas of Southeast Alaska. more
The Edensaw Community Cancer Foundation (ECCF) made a $25,000 donation to the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund at the Jefferson Community Foundation. These funds will support response and recovery … more
East Jefferson Fire-Rescue Marine 1-6 assisted Port Ludlow Fire and Rescue with a pleasure craft fire at the Port Ludlow Marina at approximately 8:40 a.m. on April 29. According to the EJFR … more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced May 1 Jefferson County may be able to lift restrictions on business operations sooner than other counties in the state.  more
A Lakewood driver who was eluding Washington State Patrol collided with a Port Orchard driver in Discovery Bay in Jefferson County on the morning of April 30. Lacey Smith, 25, was heading … more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced April 29 the current “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order will remain in effect past the original May 4 end date.  more
On May 9, 1792, while HMS Discovery was anchored just north of Nodule Point on the east side of Marrowstone Island, some of her crew rowed around the south end of the island and noticed a grove of large oak trees. more
While the rest of the state has been coping with the impacts of the coronavirus, the Center Valley Animal Rescue of Quilcene has been helping treat a highly contagious viral disease of its own, except its patients have been rabbits rather than humans. more
Jefferson County is closer than ever to developing a public sewer system in Port Hadlock—something the community has spent 20 years or more waiting for. more
Finnriver Farm and Cidery is normally crowded with activity this time of year. Music plays every evening inside the cidery’s tasting rooms, the tunes wafting out to the gardens where kids play and parents sit sipping cider and chatting with friends. more
Driving down Center Road toward Quilcene, miles of trees flash by the car window, becoming a blur of green. more
The number of wolves in Washington has reached its highest level since they were essentially eliminated from the state in the 1930s, according to a report from the Department of Fish and Wildlife. more
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