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Attorneys for two of the men arrested in an alleged kidnapping and assault of a Port Townsend man last November have been discussing potential plea deals with the Jefferson County Prosecutor’s … more
Despite the trials of the past 18 months Quilcene School District educators, staff and students all rose to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the district recognized its accomplished … more
The fourth Jefferson County resident to die from COVID-19 had been vaccinated against the disease and passed away while being treated at the University of Washington Medical Center. The deceased … more
When Zach Hook went missing from his home in Pelion, South Carolina in early May, his parents thought the worst had befallen their son. But as fate would have it, Hook’s path brought him all … more
Smoke ’em if you got ’em, because the city of Port Townsend is making moves to ban smoking and vaping inside its parks. The Port Townsend City Council reviewed a draft ordinance on the … more
The Sequim Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Sequim American Legion will hold Memorial Day services at Gardiner Community Cemetery at 12:30 p.m. Monday, May 31. According to Gardiner Cemetery … more
No one was hurt when a small aircraft went off the runway at the Jefferson County International Airport late Thursday. The mishap was reported at 9:14 p.m. Thursday, May 20. Emergency … more
In what seemed a sure sign of Port Townsend’s reemergence from the COVID-19 pandemic — and the coming return to some semblance of normalcy — the Port Townsend School District Board … more
A fourth person in Jefferson County has died from COVID-19, according to Jefferson County Public Health. Details on the death were not immediately available Wednesday. The coronavirus-related … more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue may take over the management of Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue if commissioners for the two departments can find agreement on a proposed contract. Port Ludlow fire … more
The city of Port Townsend has been toying with the not-so-bright idea of darkening some local streetlights as part of a “Dark Skies” initiative. But while stargazers are pleased at the … more
Vaccinated or not, the masks will stay on. It could be four weeks before most Jefferson County residents will be able to take off their masks when entering a building. In a health directive … more
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