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Blue Heron Middle School in Port Townsend is home to a Title 1/LAP math and reading tutor program that, under the direction of reading specialist Diane Frame, has been making a difference. For … more
This is the Oldsmobile after it came to rest after the Jan. 9 accident. Photo by WSP more
Following the failed bombing attempt of Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on Dec. 25, and a subsequent federal push to bolster security at the nation’s airports, executives at Port Townsend-based … more
A work party has been slated to clean up pathways and weeds at the H.J. Carroll County Park on Wednesday, Jan. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The all-native plant garden around the smaller kitchen … more
Parking enforcement within Port Townsend has resumed after the Port Townsend Police Department backed off during the summer months, due to construction projects downtown. “We didn’t stop, we … more
A Seattle-based public relations and lobbying firm will continue to seek state and federal dollars on behalf of Jefferson County for the Tri-Area sewer project, following the county commissioners’ … more
The driver of a car that rolled and injured three passengers Saturday night is in the Jefferson County Jail on charges of vehicular assault and hit and run injury. Ross C. Nagy, 21, of Port … more
The U.S. Coast Guard's Director of Prevention Policy has announced publication in the Federal Register of plans to cease broadcasting the North American Loran-C signal Feb. 8. In the Pacific … more
Gov. Chris Gregoire has directed that flags at all Washington state agency buildings be lowered to half-staff Monday, Jan. 11, in memory of Grant County Sheriff’s Deputy John Bernard. Deputy … more
This is the sixth counterfeit $100 to be reported in downtown Port Townsend since 5 p.m. Wednesday. Police are advising businesses to be cautious when accepting large bills. It could be in everyone's … more
An underground cable failed at 3:05 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, cutting electrical power to about 1,200 Puget Sound Energy customers along Egg & I Road and Swansonville in Jefferson County. The … more
Jefferson County Public Utility District 1 Chair Ken McMillen, newly appointed Commissioner Barney Burke and Commissioner Wayne King pose moments after Burke was chosen to replace the late Dana … more
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