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Most people don’t assume Odin Smith is only 16 years old. When you encounter the Port Townsend High School sophomore working in the boat yard, he comes across as a serious, focused young … more
Owl Sprit Cafe in Port Townsend closed down last month to undergo renovations to expand its dining room, menu and hours, which owners hope to unveil this week or next. The cafe, which opened 10 … more
Minutes before the first class of racing boats were about to cross the starting line during this year’s Shipwrights’ Regatta, the wind shifted. more
Admiralty Apartments is in a holding pattern.  The owners of the building at Taylor and Water streets—in which six units were condemned last May due to storm damage—have begun … more
The Glory of the Seas has seen more glorious days. The 70-foot schooner — 87 feet with the bowsprit — is dry-docked at the rear of Port Haven Marina, its rotten ribs exposed, paint … more
A contentious proposal to move a Port Townsend-based cannabis production plant to the Coyle Peninsula is being considered after a hearing examiner meeting last week to review the project’s land-use application. more
In observance of Billy Frank Jr. Day, Willie Frank III, Billy’s son, will share his memories of his father and talk about his own work to continue Billy’s legacy at an event on March … more
Francesco Tortorici’s first job out of college was designing rocket engines. Since then, he has lived around the country and around the world, … more
In a room packed to capacity with shipwrights, boaters, historians and concerned citizens, Port of Port Townsend commissioners voted unanimously Feb. 26 to partner with the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation to restore and preserve Point Hudson. more
Sergeant Troy Surber of the Port Townsend Police Department started this week as the department’s interim chief after Mike Evans announced his retirement last month. more
The final phases of the Spruce Railroad Trail construction project in Olympic National Park at Lake Crescent will begin in March with expected completion in November 2020, according to a press release. more
A bill that would designate approximately 126,000 acres in Olympic National Forest as wilderness and 19 rivers on the Olympic Peninsula as wild and scenic rivers passed the U.S. House of Representatives Feb. 12. more
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