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A small magnitude 3.0 earthquake was recorded around 10 p.m. April 19 north of Port Townsend, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The quake was recorded 7 kilometers north of Port … more
Energy Lunch talks EVs Jefferson County Energy Lunch meets at noon on Thursday, April 20 at the Port Townsend Yacht Club to discuss the secondary economic effects of expanded use of electric … more
Those interested in observing Earth Day this year can learn about the scope of ocean pollution before cleaning up the local coastline. “A Plastic Ocean” is slated to follow its April 13 … more
Rio Kena, age 1 and a half, fills his basket with eggs during the Port Townsend Elks Lodge No. 317 Easter egg hunt at Chetzemoka Park on Sunday, April 16. Photo by Katie Kowalski (For more photos, … more
Boat storage rates at the Port of Port Townsend could go up, and also down at the same time. The storage rates for the port’s boatyard are currently 63 cents per linear foot, and the port is … more
HEADLEY-HUNT SON Christine Headley and Paul Hunt of Port Townsend, Washington, are the parents of a son, Owen Erhardt Hunt, born Jan. 16, 2017 at Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend. He weighed … more
The 2017 election season started in earnest this week when Cheri Van Hoover announced her intention April 18 to seek a seat on the Jefferson County Public Hospital District 2 board held by incumbent … more
SSNW names new communications director Patrick Sullivan has been named director of communications for Security Services Northwest (SSNW). Sullivan joins SSNW after a 35-year career as a … more
Mountain Mechanic aims to bring reliable automotive service and a sense of community to downtown Quilcene, say co-owners John Holloway and Corey Davis. The pair has been working to transform the … more
A Port Townsend couple’s kitchen has gone from a water-damaged disaster to a display-worthy remodeling showcase. Seven years ago, 58,000 gallons of water flowed from a burst pipe in the kitchen … more
My reflections on Earth Day include both sorrow and love, fear and exhilaration, a sense of urgency mediated by the joy of springtime. The painful feelings are rooted in the fact that humans stand at … more
Marty Gilmore was elected chair of the Jefferson County Democrats almost unanimously April 11. Of 27 precinct committee officers (PCOs), all but one voted for Gilmore after Celeste Bennett withdrew … more
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