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Pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children up to 5 years old can get help with obtaining nutritious food, thanks to a program offered through Jefferson County Public Health. The Women, … more
Talks on housing options, diversifying income streams, downsizing and estate planning are a few of the topics to be addressed at a free Aging Options Senior Fair, scheduled for Saturday, April 29 at … more
Fountain Chiropractic offers class on cancer Fountain Chiropractic is offering a free class for the public on understanding cancer and how to address cancer naturally through food and lifestyle. … more
The Washington State Patrol’s bomb squad was called to Port Townsend March 19 in response to a 911 call from a man who had found what appeared to be a World War II–era grenade buried in the sand … more
The Port Townsend Police Department responded to 243 calls for service between March 13 and March 19, 2017. Among them were 8 calls about suspicious activity and 5 calls reporting fraud. There were … more
Earll Murman stopped at Sunrise Coffee last Thursday, bought a cup of decaf and then went around back. There, owner Sue Ohlson was preparing to roast beans in a $100,000 machine that Murman and other … more
An investigation into who stole $110,000 worth of gold and silver coins and other pieces recovered in Everett has been complicated by the fact that it’s actually three separate investigations in … more
The Jefferson County Fair Association (JCFA) is hosting the 15th annual Community Garage Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 18 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The garage sale/flea … more
The Hood Canal Bridge is used by thousands of motorists a day. A special maintenance project is set to bring a series of overnight closures from Saturday, March 18 through Saturday, March 25. Leader … more
Tom Thiersch has won a $18,000 judgment for having been vigilant in 2015 and catching the Jefferson County Public Utility District and Commissioner Wayne King acting in violation of the state Open … more
Richard Konizeski had four parties last week to celebrate his 100th birthday on March 10, including one at Don’s Soda Fountain, where he frequently goes to visit with friends. One of those … more
Richard “Dick” Konizeski bought his beaver fur coat 50 years ago, when he lived in Missoula, Montana, where he was a professor at the University of Montana. He retired in 1979, moved to Port … more
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