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It's been windy enough on Admiralty Inlet this morning for Washington State Ferries to cancel at least four runs of the Port Townsend-Keystone ferry. The ferry has been idle for the 8 a.m., 8:45 … more
Police still have no word on the whereabouts of Rachel Gail Jenkins, who was reported missing on Jan. 7. Jenkins, 40, is a Port Townsend and Sequim transient who listed Port Townsend as her most … more
Blue Heron School Principal Mark Decker (left) on Tuesday congratulated 10-year-old Rose Dunlap and teacher Jason Lynch as well as the entire class for winning a contest to name a new class of state … more
A Gulfstream IV aircraft known for investigating Atlantic hurricanes will begin flying over the North Pacific Ocean to fill gaps in atmospheric observations, intended to enhance forecasts of winter … more
Service crews for Puget Sound Energy had a busy day Friday around Puget Sound cleaning up after winds gusted through Thursday night and Friday morning. The largest outage in Jefferson County … more
A Port Townsend fourth-grader came up with the name selected Friday by the state to signify the new class of 64-car ferries now under construction. The name is: Kwa-di Tabil, (pronounced kwah DEE … more
The vehicle size restriction has been lifted on the Port Townsend-Keystone ferry route, Washington State Ferries announced at 11 a.m . Tuesdsay. The contruction at Keystone on Whidbey Island, and … more
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
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