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The YMCA of Jefferson County’s Building Futures program, a school-based mentoring program, honors its mentor relationships in what President Barack Obama has recently proclaimed as “National … more
Quaint, cheery cottages sat alongside austere ruins, a baroque igloo, a Tolkien-esque battle scene, a seaside surf shack, an environmentally friendly home, an elaborate lighthouse, a workplace … more
The Quilcene and Brinnon public schools start two hours late today, Monday, Jan. 9 due to weather-related road conditions: black ice. Brinnon has no out of district transportation. Other schools … more
Work to repair a portion of the Boat Haven breakwater is scheduled to begin Jan. 9, the Port of Port Townsend announced Tuesday, Jan. 3. The port has given a notice to American Construction Co. of … more
United Good Neighbors (UGN) raises funds in the community to allocate to programs that provide emergency food, shelter and health care, and to those that provide preventive services, such as early … more
Ten-year-old Diego Garcia of Chimacum would love to be able to go to Cuba some day to meet the 25 pen pals he has been communicating with for the past three years, and maybe go fishing with a few of … more
For the 22nd year in a row, the dock at the Nordland General Store on Marrowstone Island was thronged by hearty souls, and slightly less hearty spectators, for the New Year’s Day Polar Bear … more
Yoga teachers in Port Townsend want people to feel good and know that they are doing good in the community at the same time. A half-dozen instructors recently decided to start a community-wide … more
Talk addresses seabirds and melting Arctic Jan. 8 The Port Townsend Marine Science Center hosts “40 Years of Change: Cooper Island’s Seabirds Respond to a Melting Arctic” with George Divoky. … more
Public meetings this coming week in Port Townsend and Jefferson County include: Wednesday, Jan. 4 Port of Port Townsend Commission Retreat. 8:30 a.m.-noon (staff only); working lunch (open to … more
Jan. 1 saw Washington state’s minimum wage increase 16.15 percent, from $9.47 per hour in 2016 to $11 per hour in 2017. It’s a move that some in Jefferson County are afraid could indirectly … more
Donna Marks would love it if more people signed up to drive for Uber. Right now, she’s the only Uber driver whom she knows of on the Quimper Peninsula. A longtime poker player, poker room … more
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