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The city of Port Townsend unanimously approved extending its moratorium on utility shut-offs at its meeting Monday, Aug. 16.  The moratorium will suspend shut-offs, late fees, and penalties … more
Brent Alfred Butler has been named director of the Department of Community Development for Jefferson County.  County officials said Butler will focus on making the department more … more
There is literally light at the end of a tunnel of sorts for Steve Moore and Martin Nerbovig, the two young business owners of Camp N Car. The former of home of Pygmy Kayaks is now hosting the … more
Carlson Chiropractic is celebrating 50 years of service this year. The center has been a staple for Port Townsend residents’ health needs since Jim and Janel Carlson started the business in … more
Leaders across Jefferson County schools said they support Gov. Jay Inslee’s mandate requiring K-12 employees to be vaccinated by mid-October. Inslee announced the requirement at a press … more
Jefferson County officials may have a new arrow in their quiver in their quest to create more affordable housing in the area. Commissioners broached the idea of using undeveloped county-owned land … more
Kim Kooistra makes being a principal sound downright enjoyable. “Lifting up student voices,” she said, is an absolute priority. Mentoring programs that pair older students with … more
  Ritz, the forlorn black kitten rescued from the Hood Canal Bridge in mid-July, had gained a whopping two pounds by the time he paid a visit to his rescuers. “I’ve never seen … more
A former Olympic medalist will give the keynote speech at a wellness event next week for all Chimacum School District staff, focused on supporting the dedicated adults who assist the … more
The Port Townsend Rock Club will be at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28 for a fundraiser event.  Local handmade jewelry, lapidary and jewelry making … more
The 45th annual Wooden Boat Festival has been cancelled after boaters, presenters, and venders started pulling out due to concerns over COVID-19, the Northwest Maritime Center announced … more
A property appraiser will visit two properties this week that Jefferson County officials are eyeing as potential sites to provide housing for the homeless. County officials were also scheduled to … more
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