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Passing the Boat Haven at night, it’s easy for the untrained eye to think this complicated top-mast carries the rig of a traditional sailing ship. Walk closer and you’ll see it’s … more
Blaise Holly smiles when he looks at the view out his Haven Boatworks office window these days. Below, crews scurry up and about two historically renowned yachts — the Blue Peter and the … more
Lonely at their first three Washington Senior Games appearances, Port Townsend’s women’s basketball team went looking for competition, even producing a YouTube video daring other teams to … more
Penn Cove Shellfish Company will be leaving Quilcene Bay after farming mussels there for nearly 25 years. The company, based in Coupeville, will continue harvesting in Quilcene until August, … more
Members of the public will have the chance to give their input on whether or not shooting ranges should be relegated to the indoors at a public hearing on Feb. 10. The hearing will take place … more
Pacific Northwesterners disguised as Canadians flocked to Port Townsend Jan. 24 in search of beer. more
Jury selection began on Jan. 27 for the trial of a 38-year-old Port Townsend man charged with two counts of rape of a child and one count of child molestation. Nathaniel Caylor pleaded not guilty … more
Eron Berg, the city supervisor and attorney for Sedro-Woolley, has been selected as the new executive director of the Port of Port Townsend. The three-member Port Commission selected Berg, 45, … more
Marrowstone Island residents Bruce and Andrea Carlson were named the island’s “citizens of the year” for 2019 for their dedication to improving the island’s fire response and … more
The outdoor teaching space constructed by the East Jefferson Rotary Club at Chimacum Junior/Senior High School was dedicated Jan. 23. more
Volunteers joined forces with advocates at Olympic Community Action Programs to conduct the annual “Point In Time” count of homeless residents in the county on Jan. 23. Each year, the … more
The problems with Adams Street, while seemingly simple, have revealed to the city deficiencies in the process to select streets for closure.  After a 4 to 2 vote of the Port Townsend City … more
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