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Jefferson County Farmers Market launched an online farmers market April 21 where people can order local fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products online to maintain safe social distancing measures put in place by the state. more
As of April 17, 275 people have donated to the Jefferson County COVID Emergency Response Fund for a total of $273,108. more
As a nurse, Port Townsend resident Joy Winfrey is accustomed to problem-solving. So when she saw an amalgamation of conflicting information about face masks—how to sew them, when to wear them—she decided someone needed to step up and wade through the confusion. more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced last week that to reduce the risks of the continued spread of coronavirus among incarcerated individuals, the Washington State Department of Corrections will take steps to expedite releases for non-violent offenders, those at high risk for complications related to COVID-19 and those who were due to be released soon. more
An estimated 2,000 people gathered at the state Capitol Sunday, April 19, to protest the statewide “stay home” order meant to dampen the spread of coronavirus. more
One effective treatment of COVID-19 might be found in the blood of those who have recovered from the disease. That is why national and state organizations urge those who have recovered from COVID-19 to donate blood and plasma as soon as possible. more
Scores of family members, caretakers and friends weren’t about to let a global pandemic get in the way of their plans to celebrate Lura Mae Schafer's 100th birthday April 18. more
Social isolation during a pandemic can save lives. But the community’s distancing measures that will hopefully slow the spread of the coronavirus can have massive unseen side effects on mental health. more
The Washington State Department of Health announced this week that 12,000 COVID-19 test kits sent out across the state are being recalled after discovering they might have been “contaminated,” according to a press release. more
The wildflower show at Kah Tai Prairie Preserve in Port Townsend is one annual event that has not been canceled or postponed this year. more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District announced on April 21 that its Supervisory Control, Data Acquisition and Substation teams had just added a new Wi-Fi hotspot at the Gardiner Fire Station, … more
Naval Magazine Indian Island’s security training exercise planned for Thursday, April 23, 2020, has been rescheduled for the following Thursday, April 30. Installation personnel and … more
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