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Nearly two years after a herring-spawning event whitened the waters of Discovery Bay, history is repeating itself with what the Coastal Watershed Institute in Port Angeles described as  “record levels” of herring spawning in the Salish Sea, over a period of at least two weeks as of March 18. more
State and national parks are evaluating their response to nationwide efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. State-owned campgrounds, managed state parks, the Department of Fish and Wildlife or … more
The U.S. Census Bureau announced last week it is suspending field operations nationwide until April 1 in accordance with local and national recommendations of social distancing, and has extended the … more
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman called on Gov. Jay Inslee last week to cancel Washington state’s special election on April 28 that would see bonds and levies voted on in 18 counties. … more
Quilters across the nation have come together to create patterns for hand-sewn face masks due to the global shortage of personal protective equipment due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. more
Most every state and local government and organization is joining the fight against COVID-19 by enforcing social distancing practices, reducing service or access to the public. Washington State … more
In response to challenges related to the COVID-19 virus, a group of local organizations have come together to provide information about food access for Jefferson County residents who might be in need. more
Emergencies are being declared by just about every state and local government agency in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Jefferson County Public Utilities District declared emergencies last … more
The Humane Society of Jefferson County remains open during the COVID-19 crisis, but is asking the public to stay home and do what they can to accomplish business with them online. Adoptable … more
Like many residents of Port Townsend, Monica le Roux's days are typically full of work and human interaction. But last week, that all came to a screeching halt. more
Jefferson Transit went fare-free last week after a unanimous vote at the Jefferson Transit Authority special board meeting declared an emergency Wednesday afternoon. Like the emergency declarations … more
The trajectory of the coronavirus epidemic lies in the hands of the community itself. more
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