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Voters are going to have to decide just how much they want to tax property owners to invest in community infrastructure projects in the coming year. more
The legendary yacht, Maiden, crewed by a stellar team of female sailors, including a captain who was the first woman to win a round-the-world sailing race, has added Port Townsend to its list of stops along its circumnavigation of the world. more
Naval Magazine Indian Island and Naval Air Station Whidbey Island are among the U.S. Navy installations in the Northwest region conducting an earthquake response and recovery exercise through Aug. 9. more
The Jefferson County Extension for Washington State University welcomes Cliff Moore as its director starting in mid-September, marking the first time the county had its own in more than a year. more
Parents, students and community members are invited to take part in a conversation, Aug. 13 from 5-7 p.m. at the Quilcene Community Center, about bringing a School-Based Health Center to the Quilcene School. more
Walter Vaux first saw a devil’s club plant when he was 11 years old in 1948. more
The future marine biologists of the world gathered at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center this week. more
On July 16, Becca Spencer stepped into the studio in which she had grown up, dancing from the age of 7 and then teaching later on, for perhaps the last time. more
Passengers on the M/V Kennewick stroll the sun deck, watching seagulls soar by as Port Townsend sails away in the distance. From there, you can see the pilot room, where the boat’s captain steers with the help of his quartermaster. more
Visitors to this year’s Jefferson County Fair should find the fairgrounds spruced up in time for their arrival, but the needed renovations for the facilities remain ongoing. more
The annual Jefferson County Fair is nothing if not fun for kids. From hat-making to the Greatest Kids Show on Dirt, coloring contests and watching huge draft horses haul heavy loads in a race against time, there’s something for everyone. more
The Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously Aug. 5 to give initial approval to a revised water system plan that envisions the city will serve about 37% more users than previously planned for. more
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