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The Jefferson County Public Utility District announced on April 21 that its Supervisory Control, Data Acquisition and Substation teams had just added a new Wi-Fi hotspot at the Gardiner Fire Station, … more
Naval Magazine Indian Island’s security training exercise planned for Thursday, April 23, 2020, has been rescheduled for the following Thursday, April 30. Installation personnel and … more
An early bloom of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, has led to high levels of the potent nerve toxin anatoxin-A in Anderson Lake. A water sample taken on April 13 revealed a toxin … more
Amanda Rae Funaro, 41, announced her bid for the District 2 seat on Jefferson County’s Board of Commissioners April 20.  more
At around 6 p.m. on Friday, April 17, Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies responded to a high speed crash involving one vehicle near milepost five on Center Road, which closed the road for … more
According to the Washington State Department of Ecology, snowpacks across Washington's mountain ranges are looking good for springtime with the Olympic basin measured at 110% of average at the … more
The Washington state nursing home where the first recorded outbreak of COVID-19 occurred in the U.S. is facing more than $600,000 in federal fines as a result of their handling of the … more
Gov. Jay Inslee extended his moratorium on evictions on April 16, while also expanding his legislation to include more protection for renters, including prohibiting landlords from increasing … more
The Peninsula Housing Authority Board of Commissioners has announced that Executive Director Kay Kassinger will be retiring April 30. During her 14 years with the agency, Kassinger was … more
The City of Port Townsend announced Thursday it will furlough 19 full-time employees through the end of June in response to anticipated reductions in city revenue. The staff cutbacks will save the … more
The Jefferson County Public utility District announced on its Facebook page April 15 that it had installed a Wi-Fi hotspot at its Chimacum substation on Chimacum Road, across from The Keg & I. … more
The Washington State Department of Commerce announced last week it is making $5 million available to the 29 federally recognized Native American Tribes in the state for emergency response funding … more
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