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The Federal Communications Commission is urging people to be vigilant against new phone scams, which are attempting to take advantage of the COVID-19 health crisis and the fact that more people are sitting at home. more
Jefferson County’s solid waste transfer station is still open, however county officials are encouraging residents only use it if they absolutely must. more
Many branches of the City of Port Townsend government have changed their availability to continue to deliver essential services while attempting to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and meet the governor’s “stay home, stay healthy” order. more
Because the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted certain taxpayers’ ability to pay for Jefferson County’s essential services, the county treasurer announced incentives for those who are able to pay what they owe ahead of schedule, and relief for those who are unable to pay in full or on time. more
The Port Townsend Farmers Market’s opening has been postponed to April 25. more
Across the world, stories have emerged of doctors in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic who have to decide: Who gets the ventilator that will help keep them alive—and who doesn’t? more
Annie and Charlie Karl were overlooking the water at Fort Worden’s boat launch when they noticed some movement in the water on March 21. more
In response to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, community members are collecting funds to help support local nonprofits on the front lines of responding to the crisis. more
The annual Rhody Run 12k race has been canceled for the first time in its almost 42-year history. Race director Jenni Little said the decision was made by the Port Townsend Marathon Association on March 13 after monitoring how other races across the country were responding to the burgeoning health crisis. more
It’s easy to maintain a social distance of 6 feet when gardening. more
Nearly two years after a herring-spawning event whitened the waters of Discovery Bay, history is repeating itself with what the Coastal Watershed Institute in Port Angeles described as  “record levels” of herring spawning in the Salish Sea, over a period of at least two weeks as of March 18. more
State and national parks are evaluating their response to nationwide efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. State-owned campgrounds, managed state parks, the Department of Fish and Wildlife or … more
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