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Jefferson County will hold two drive-through vaccination clinics for immunocompromised individuals who want a third dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. The clinics are planned for the next two … more
Jefferson Transit is facing a spendy shift to a fleet of electric buses, officials learned during their meeting last week. Transpo Group engineer Paul Sharman presented a study on potential … more
  Kul Kah Han Native Plant Garden, also known as the Native Plant Garden in Chimacum’s HJ Carroll Park, won’t be able to carry on its 20-year legacy without help. Designer and … more
  A proposal by leaders at New Life Church to let homeless people park overnight in the church’s lot drew a crowd of concerned neighbors — and a few supporters — last … more
Two more residents in Jefferson County have died from COVID-19, according to county health officials. Six residents have perished from the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic in Jefferson … more
Jefferson County Parks and Recreation officials issued a warning to park users last week that bears had been spotted at the Lake Leland Campground. Campers are being advised to take precautions, … more
Jefferson County health officials are reminding residents they are eligible for a third dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccination if they are moderately to severely immunocompromised. The … more
Jacob D. Stokes has joined Jefferson Healthcare as the organization’s new director of laboratory services.   Stokes comes to Port Townsend from Phoenix, Arizona, and hospital officials … more
A Port Townsend man who caused a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 101 near Discovery Bay that left two people injured in March was sentenced to three months of detention via electronic home … more
  The sandwiches Mike Howell will miss most are the Birds the Word, packed with turkey and havarti with a cranberry reduction, and the Rueben, swimming with house-made Thousand Island … more
Two ferry sailings on the Port Townsend-Coupeville route were canceled Thursday afternoon after Washington State Ferries reported a shortage of crew members to work on the boat. The 3:30 p.m. Port … more
Eighteen more residents have tested positive for COVID-19, Jefferson County health officials reported Wednesday. Three new residents were also reported to have been hospitalized due to COVID-19 … more
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