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After an investigation by U.S. Park Rangers, Michael Pickering, 41, has been sentenced to 25 months in federal prison for more than 40 car break-ins in and around the Olympic and Mount Rainier … more
A recently released 2018 study of greenhouse gas emissions in Jefferson County shows the county has reduced its emissions by 40% since 2005, a sign the county is on track to reach its goal of … more
Under the spring sun, shoots of green are beginning to pop up from dark soil. At the Old Alcohol Plant Hotel in Port Hadlock, an edible landscape is coming to life. Rows of flowers are … more
Owners Scott and Robin Rogers announced last week that Aldrich’s Market will close its doors at the end of April, selling off the last of its stock with no plans to reopen. The impacts of … more
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April 22 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, a national holiday that recognizes the need to respond to the global climate crisis. more
In the spirit of Native Plant Appreciation Month, we’re keeping tabs on what’s blooming around the Quimper Peninsula for the month of April. Reports have come in that the first trilliums have been spotted in Fort Townsend, and skunk cabbage is going strong in wetlands around Anderson Lake. more
Port Townsend/Coupeville ferry route will continue one-boat service until June 20 due to a decline in ridership because of the coronavirus.  more
The Rhododendron Festival Association announced on its Facebook page April 4 that the annual festival, the cornerstone of the Port Townsend tourist season, is officially canceled. more
It was a Tuesday night, 1956, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, when Dorothy Louise Gilman’s life changed. more
A national and state-wide blood shortage has developed during the COVID-19 health crisis as more and more people are staying home and not going to the blood bank. To maintain the supply, blood collections must continue even as mobile blood drives are forced to cancel across the state. more
As of April 3, 106 people have donated to the Jefferson County COVID Emergency Response Fund for a total of $170,000. more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday that Washington will join 13 other states that have closed in-person public and private schooling for the rest of the academic year. more
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