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Going to court can be associated with unhappy outcomes, but for Corrina Lawhon-Wolfe, a recent court appointment was a cause for celebration. Lawhon-Wolfe acknowledges that she is an addict with a … more
Richard “Dick” Konizeski (seated) claps after blowing out candles on a cake during a celebration of his 100th birthday at Don’s Soda Fountain on Thursday, March 9. Behind him are friend Barbara … more
Jefferson Search and Rescue (JSAR) holds its second annual boot camp between March 8 and May 10. The free training encompasses all first-year Washington state emergency worker requirements. Anyone … more
Jim Franklin, Kristin Manwaring, Gregory Brotherton, Malcolm Dorn and Jordan Eades were honored March 5 at the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Awards banquet at the  Fort Worden … more
Property tax statements for Jefferson County properties were mailed Feb. 14, and Jefferson County Treasurer Stacie Prada wants taxpayers to know about their payment options. Taxes may be paid in … more
At the age of 16, Port Townsend 10th-grader Seamus Waibel is already entering his third year as a volunteer rescue boater. Waibel was hooked as soon as he attended a CPR class taught by Erik … more
Hilary Whittington, chief financial officer for Jefferson Healthcare, (standing), told an audience March 3 that she was pleased a bench dedicated to the memory of Lynn Gressley is near bricks that … more
Jefferson County Cub Scout Pack 4477 gathered at the San Juan Baptist Church in Port Townsend on Tuesday evening, Feb. 28 to test their Pinewood Derby designs. Qualified cars must not exceed 2.25 … more
There is no learning curve for the 2017 Rhododendron Festival when it comes to appreciating the importance of being Rhody royalty. Queen Lauren Montgomery, Princess Taylor Tracer and Princess … more
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
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