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Port Hadlock non-profit Bayside Housing has partnered with the Low Income Housing Institute in Seattle to develop a tiny-home village to provide housing for farmworkers in Jefferson … more
On a rare break from winter rain, Port Townsend High School senior Wyatt Steffens led a group of high-schoolers and volunteers in a tree-planting event on Feb. 8 to help restore salmon and wildlife habitat in the Tarboo Watershed in Quilcene. more
Port officials will meet with representatives from the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation on Feb. 26 to discuss preservation of the historic Point Hudson marina and its surrounding … more
Scientist Carrie Garrison-Laney from the Washington Sea Grant will illustrate why the coastlines of Washington are so vulnerable to tsunamis at a lecture sponsored by the Quimper Geological Society … more
Internationally recognized permaculture teacher and speaker Penny Livingston-Stark gives an evening presentation and one-day workshop on natural building techniques and tools at the Global Earth … more
A transient orca whale named Jack by whale researchers and observed to have injured his tail last August was seen last week in good health, according to the Center for Whale Research. The injury … more
The Makah Tribe of Neah Bay is closer than ever to regaining the whaling rights guaranteed by an 1855 Treaty with the Territory of Washington. The Makah began litigating their case in 2005, and as … more
Across Canada, blockades on train tracks have caused the country’s railway system to come to a halt for nearly two weeks. And in Port Townsend, on Feb. 23, a group of about 40 protesters … more
USS Nimitz (CVN 68), a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier homeported at Naval Base Kitsap in Bremerton, was conducting “routine operations” when it made its Feb. 18 port call at Naval Magazine Indian Island, according to its public affairs officer, Lt. Cmdr. Elizabeth Doughtery. more
A citizen injunction against Growler flights has instigated a set of dueling statements from citizen activists and the Navy League. more
The U.S. Navy has submitted an application to the Washington State Parks Commission to conduct special operations training exercises in 29 Western Washington state parks, according to a press release. more
A 26-year-old Seattle man who broke his leg while on the Duckabush River Trail crawled for more than 10 hours until he was rescued. more
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