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The City of Port Townsend is warning residents to expect a minor inconvenience through the weekend, to prevent a more major interruption of water service. Ian Jablonski, water resources manager … more
A photo of Lynn Gressley walking across a street in Port Townsend was placed on a bench in his memory. The bench is now in front of Jefferson Healthcare’s Emergency and Specialty Services Building. … more
Susan Jacob glanced over at Quimper Mercantile, looked down Water Street and said she hopes that what happened to her business doesn’t happen to others in downtown Port Townsend. After 27 years … more
Julianne Gressley sat in a wheelchair in the front row of a small gathering March 3 to watch as a bench in front of Jefferson Healthcare hospital was dedicated in the memory of her son, Lynn … more
Mandala offers workshop on indigenous people The Mandala Center for Change, in association with the Port Townsend Friends Meeting, presents “Idle No More – Decolonizing Our Activism” a … more
Robert Ambrose believes that the role of community radio stations, such as KPTZ-FM, is more relevant than ever. Ambrose became board president of the Port Townsend radio station after Colin Foden, … more
It's literally a "dream come true" for the 82nd Rhododendron Festival royalty candidates who take the stage Saturday night, with one to become queen and the other two to serve as princesses. The … more
On a day-to-day basis, I am frequently asked where buyers are coming from to purchase property in Jefferson County. My answer differs and is subjective to the buyers I have been working with … more
Four Jefferson County students joined more than 200 other high school students from across the state Feb. 18 for a weekend in Olympia to explore the Washington state judicial branch through mock … more
A Port Townsend couple is now safe in Mexico after a close call with Guatemalan authorities that nearly landed them in jail. “We are safe, but just barely,” Merilee Nyland Evans wrote in an … more
Anyone with memories of the former Palms, Sea Galley or Surf restaurants may want to take a last look at one of the oldest wooden buildings on the Port Townsend waterfront before it’s gone for … more
Jefferson Healthcare providers are taking a look at an affiliation agreement between the rural public health care system and nonprofit Swedish Health Services in the aftermath of a Seattle Times … more
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