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Trainees at an anti-abortion workshop got a quick lesson in political confrontation Sept. 20, when pro-abortion rights protesters showed up to demonstrate against the “Life Conference 2019” seminars. more
Locked out of a Sept. 20 student demonstration demanding a faster response to climate change, like-minded adults nonetheless stayed near and soon those outside the fence at Port Townsend High School and those inside were chanting in unison. more
After about three hours of closed-door sessions, the Jefferson County Commission declared a moratorium on commercial shooting range development while it revises related ordinances a state appeals board has invalidated. more
Twenty years in, the Port Townsend Film Festival gained a new locale to celebrate its anniversary toast Sept. 19, as filmmakers, film fans and patrons of the festival sipped from glasses and grazed on hors d’oeuvres during the late afternoon at the Port Townsend Vineyard’s wine plaza in the city’s downtown. more
The Port Townsend High School Students for Sustainability are organizing a walk-out from school to take part in a global climate strike Sept. 20. PTHS students will walk from their classrooms to … more
Friends of Port Townsend's Film Festival have created a new sculpture and parade to launch the annual gathering of cinema buffs. Using a small pattern that Jim "Kiwi" Ferris copied, expanded and … more
Cities across the Puget Sound are vying to become the headquarters of a new Maritime National Heritage Area, and Port Townsend is gearing up to join the battle. more
One-hundred and one mountain goats from the Olympic Mountains have a new home in their native Cascade Mountains. more
Jefferson County Pride is inviting the community to bring ideas, comments, criticisms and questions about a new LGBTQ teen center to a public meeting 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 18 at the Port Townsend Community Center. more
If books introduce readers to places they can only imagine, then the Jefferson County Bookmobile is their portal to the universe. more
The Quilcene Fair’s opening parade Sept. 14 celebrated local education in a big way in its selection of this year’s honorees. more
The second day of the Quilcene Fair saw The Oyster Races report their second-largest registration and participation of runners since their start in 2013. more
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