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Port Townsend will join in the nationwide Women’s March on Jan. 18 by hosting a local march, called the Womxn’s Wave, down Water Street at 11 a.m. that day. Now in its fourth year, the … more
The Port of Port Townsend has narrowed its search for a new executive director from 45 applicants down to four and has asked the public for help making a decision. The interview process for the … more
  The Port Townsend Indivisible political organization held their first rally of the new year Jan. 9 at the corner of Sims Way and Kearney Street. The group was rallying to protest … more
Saturday, Jan. 11, Port Townsend had a strong showing at the Tenino High School “Beaver Bash” tournament. 195-pounder Kyle Caldwell took first place, besting his Onalaska opponent and … more
Of all Washington counties, Jefferson won the most grant money from the state’s Salmon Recovery Funding Board this year: more than $3 million for local salmon recovery projects. The Board … more
Long-time City Council member Michelle Sandoval was elected mayor for the third time in her 19 years of service by her fellow council members at the first regular meeting of the new year, Jan. … more
The homeless shelter at the American Legion has been full every night since extending to its winter hours last October, according to shelter manager Mike Johnson. more
The 3rd annual North Olympic Farming Film Festival kicked off with a showing of “The Biggest Little Farm” on Jan. 6, beginning six weeks of free film showings every Monday on the topic of sustainable farming. more
The renovation and consolidation of Chimacum Schools wrapped up at year-end with the opening of the new Chimacum Elementary School Library. more
Several new laws citizens need to be aware of went into effect on Jan. 1. more
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