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The Jefferson County Library District was recently awarded a $285,000 Library Capital Improvement Grant from the Department of Commerce in the state’s 2021-2023 budget cycle to embark on a … more
Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula is celebrating Eat Local Month in September with a public push to applaud the work of local farmers, fishers, ranchers, chefs, restaurateurs, grocers, and others who … more
Employees with COVID-19 and others who were on quarantine were primary factors in the disruption to sailings across Washington State Ferry’s routes earlier this month. Multiple routes in the … 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
A 75-year-old Poulsbo man was killed and a second person was injured after the man’s car crossed the centerline on Highway 104 Monday morning and hit a dump truck. The deceased man was … more
The new superintendent of the Chimacum School district has a taste for blueberries.  “You’ve got to try some, before the birds get them,” Scott Mauk said, leading the way to … more
Eight more residents have tested positive for COVID-19, Jefferson County health officials reported Wednesday. The new cases pushed the total number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Jefferson … more
A donation of the “world’s largest Ziploc bag” stuffed with fabric scraps provided the final affirmation that Kathey Bates was headed in the right direction.  Finally, … more
The spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases in Jefferson County continued over the weekend as 10 new cases were reported Monday by county health officials. A total of 86 new COVID infections have been … more
For folks who call their vehicle home, there’s not a lot of hassle-free areas to sleep. Walmart parking lots are famous for allowing people to stay overnight, but that’s a bit of a trek … more
When owner Zack Skogen-Acevedo opened on Memorial Day it was obvious that the town had a huge craving for donuts. He sold out in 24 minutes.  “It was a slap in the face. I was … more
Pilot Summer Martell was at her home near the Chevy Chase Golf Course on Tuesday, Aug. 3 when she first smelled fire.  “I looked over the ridge from the northwest of my house and could … more
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