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The north door of gondola No. 2 is shown here stuck on a bolt on the Phoenix wheel, preventing it from standing upright. Courtesy Port Townsend Police Department more
As a key figure in the 1990s Seattle music scene, Artis the Spoonman had up close and personal contact with death, addiction and mental illness. But the passing of Soundgarden front man Chris Cornell … more
Penny Dietz, Tri-Area Senior Association queen for 2017, enjoys a ride with Walter Russell, king, in the Grand Parade on Saturday during the 82nd Rhododendron Festival. Thousands came out to enjoy … more
Maritime Center hires Eisenhour as COO Heidi Eisenhour has been hired by the Northwest Maritime Center (NWMC) and Wooden Boat Foundation as its new chief operating officer. Eisenhour, who has … more
The 24th annual Shrimpfest kicks off on Saturday, May 27 with arts and craft booths, activities for kids, belt sander races, food, a beer garden, live music and Hood Canal shrimp – lots of … more
The Ocean Grove neighborhood was designated a no-shooting area by Jefferson County commissioners in a unanimous vote May 22 after a public hearing that drew two voices of dissent. County … more
Two old boats are being upgraded and improved to provide many more years' worth of service. Craftsmen United at the Port of Port Townsend boatyard is working on the 78-foot FV Plansea tender and … more
The 82nd Rhododendron Festival will go down in Rhody history as the first to make national headlines in at least 30 years, after three people fell and were injured at a Funtastic Carnival ride on … more
The Port Townsend City Council voted 5-1 on May 15 in favor of an ordinance setting rules for short-term rentals and lifting a temporary ban on the receipt and processing of applications for tourist … more
The Quilcene Historical Museum has received a $167,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust to support the historic renovation of the 1892 Hamilton-Worthington mansion. With the completion … more
On Monday, May 29, the American Legion observes Memorial Day in the same manner that it does every year. Butch Clarberg, first vice commander of the Port Townsend chapter, noted that Legion … more
OK! Do we like the change in the weather? We knew it would happen, didn't we? Now we can get on with all those activities that happen in the spring, when the weather changes. The annual Port … more
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