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Voters will decide this November whether to tax themselves to help the Port of Port Townsend fund capital projects. more
Work continues on the 440-foot, two-lane concrete girder bridge spanning Kilisut Harbor just west of Marrowstone Island. more
Cheri Scalf was presented the 2019 Eleanor Stopps Environmental Leadership Award by the Port Townsend Marine Science Center on Oct. 3, in honor of the nearly three decades she’s spent working on the restoration of salmon runs on the Olympic Peninsula. more
Adam Kelly, the man who has been charged with the killing of local singer Jarrod Bramson, is arguing that his Miranda rights were violated in a search of his property. more
The 37th annual Great Port Townsend Bay Kinetic Skulpture Race put its contestants through its paces on land and sea, both on- and off-road, with displays of determination and ingenuity earning affection and applause from onlookers. more
Four months in, Jefferson County detectives are still in the midst of investigating the stabbing death of a 29-year-old man in Cape George. more
Monica MickHager knew she was going to be running for City Council the moment filing week was over for the last City Council elections, in 2018. more
Should the Port of Port Townsend focus more on maintaining and repairing its existing infrastructure, or on expanding its field of investments? more
Washington State Parks invites the public to attend an open house to learn more about proposed improvements to the existing boat launch and other facilities in the marine area at Fort Worden Historical State Park in Port Townsend. more
The Jefferson County Library has a new youth librarian, Scott Bahlmann, who’s set to start producing events for school-aged kids beginning this winter break. more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District is waiting for cost estimates before choosing between two proposed ways to provide broadband access to customers in East Jefferson County. more
In the midst of all the noise of modern day living—car engines, Navy jets, ferry fog horns—it seems impossible to find some quiet. For author Steve Grace, it was in seeking a few quiet moments in the woods that he made an amazing discovery: in the middle of the Quimper Peninsula sat a secret, ancient and quiet world. more
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