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For graduate Haley Morrison, the best kinds of mysteries involve cute, fluffy animals. more
Isabel Hammett figured out what she wanted to do in life a little easier than most students. All it took for the Port Townsend High School senior was one class during her sophomore year: … more
The way Port Townsend High School senior Louis Babik tells it, he just plays drums for fun. The way his band and orchestra teacher Daniel Ferland tells it, Babik is the bedrock of every group he … more
Isabelle Harvey’s main goal in life is to make other people happy. So when she noticed that her class at Chimacum High School didn’t have any fun activities planned for their upcoming senior year, she knew something needed to be done about it. more
Let’s share. That’s the hopeful suggestion from the Port Townsend School Board to the Chimacum School Board. Both school districts will need new superintendents in the coming school … more
Traffic on US 101 will be closed to one lane as work begins June 22 on a culvert-replacement project south of the Hoh Ox Bow Campground. The $3.3 million project includes removing and replacing of … more
Peaceful rallies in Jefferson County have provided a small snapshot into the nation-wide uprising against against police brutality and racial discrimination. more
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There are three candidates vying for Sullivan’s seat on the board, but they won’t be able to reach out to people in the same way he did. more
Supporters of a street mural in downtown Port Townsend that will say "Black Lives Matter" are asking the Port Townsend Arts Commission for $2,500 to pay for the creation of the temporary chalk … more
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The Port Townsend City Council unanimously agreed to allow the painting of a giant street mural declaring “Black Lives Matter” on Water Street downtown in time for the Juneteenth Freedom March, Friday, June 19. more
Three weeks after moving to Phase 2 of Governor Jay Inslee’s “Safe Start” COVID-19 recovery plan, Jefferson County is now eligible to apply for Phase 3. more
The Jefferson County Board of Health will discuss racism as a public health crisis at a virtual meeting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, June 18. more
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