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The annual Jefferson County Fair is nothing if not fun for kids. From hat-making to the Greatest Kids Show on Dirt, coloring contests and watching huge draft horses haul heavy loads in a race against time, there’s something for everyone. more
The Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously Aug. 5 to give initial approval to a revised water system plan that envisions the city will serve about 37% more users than previously planned for. more
The American Legion in Port Townsend has already begun long overdue repairs on its decades-old building, thanks to contributions channeled through the Port Townsend Film Festival. more
With cougars, deer and the occasional coyote roaming around, Jefferson County is its own kind of jungle. more
For the first time in eight years, Greenpod Development’s embattled showroom model of their eco-friendly tiny home, “Waterhaus,” did what tiny homes are supposed to do and moved away on the back of a truck. more
A 62-year-old Port Townsend man was arrested Aug. 5 on a complaint charging him with two counts of engaging in illicit sexual conduct in a foreign place, according to Brian T. Moran, the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Washington. more
Jefferson Healthcare has opened a pharmacy in Port Ludlow to offer specialty drugs for cancer patients and home-delivery prescriptions for hospice patients. more
Kristina Mayer and Gary Frogner were the top two vote-getters in the primary election race for Chimacum School District's open District 3 seat, meaning they'll face off in the fall General election … more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue’s Aug. 6 ballot measure, to expand the number of commissioners from the existing three board members to a total of five fire commissioners, has been approved by … more
First Northwest Bancorp, which owns First Federal Savings & Loan, on Thursday (Aug. 1) announced President and CEO Larry Hueth will leave the Company at the end of this year, to be replaced by Matt … more
Before they could present their new “Discover Exoplanets” hands-on interactive exhibit - scheduled for August debut - the staff of the Jefferson County Library had to unpack its 1,252 pounds of components from six wooden crates, plus a large plastic tub and a bag of tools, and assemble them on the evening of July 26. more
Seventy-six non-native mountain goats were deported from the Olympic Mountains to the Cascades during the first of two capture and trans-relocate periods this year. more
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