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Although no contract has been signed, the Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously Wednesday night to select John Mauro as its preferred candidate to replace David Timmons as city … more
About three weeks ago, a starved adult male gray whale washed up on shore in Mats Mats Bay. Multiple marine mammal organizations were struggling to find a place to take it to decompose until a local couple volunteered their private beach in Port Hadlock. more
Weeding can be a meditative act. Getting your hands in the fresh soil, pulling out weeds one by one, piling them in a bucket to be gone from your garden forever. more
Four Chimacum juniors and a graduating senior have earned the Washington State Seal of Biliteracy, a nationally-recognized award for proficiency in both English and another language. more
It turns out Celeste Dybeck isn’t the only person who loves the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Library. In May, the library was announced as one of ten recipients of the 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. more
Property owners could be called upon to cover part of a proposed $24 million renovation of the YMCA’s Mountain View Commons facility. more
In March of this year, Pope Resources clear-cut 568 acres surrounding Tarboo Lake in Quilcene, according to Ross Goodwin, a forest practice forester with the Department of Natural Resources. more
Though visiting tourists might not make it past Water Street, locals of Port Townsend know Chetzemoka Park as one of the city’s many hidden gems. more
Doug Milholland had his two granddaughters sitting beside him in the grass, as they ate a potluck lunch with their friends at the LB Good Memorial Park June 16, and anyone who drove by that afternoon could have been forgiven for thinking it was just a Father’s Day celebration. more
Olympic Community Action Programs will host an open house from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on June 26 for members of the community to learn about the 44 units of affordable housing OlyCAP is proposing to build at 7th and Hendricks Streets in Port Townsend. more
As Superintendent of County Roads, Wally Bowman didn’t want a new bridge built over Salmon Creek on West Uncas Road in Discovery Bay. But when he was gone, the bridge went in and, when completed, was named in his honor. more
County commissioners voted unanimously June 17 to begin building the new portion of the Olympic Discovery Trail. more
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