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A Quilcene family needs clothing and toys after safely escaping from a house fire that resulted in massive smoke damage to their home and personal belongings April 10. While the family has at least temporary lodging, Quilcene Fire Rescue is collecting donations at the Quilcene Fire Station at 70 Herbert St. more
The Rhody Fest carnival found a temporary home at Memorial Field for one more year, after the festival planners had searched all year for alternatives. more
The Chimacum Robotics Fair marked a culmination of firsts for the Chimacum School District’s robotics program; its first time vying for and making it to the district and semifinal competitions for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO Robotics League, and Chimacum’s first time hosting a multi-school district robotics competition on its own campus April 13. more
Look no farther than the re-launch of schooner Adventuress if you want to find collateral damage in the trade war President Trump declared by hitting thousands of Chinese and other goods with new tariffs. more
Since Initiative 502, which decriminalizes recreational marijuana, was voted into law in November 2012, industry insiders have witnessed many changes to both the quality and quantity of marijuana. more
The Port Townsend City Council approved a capital surcharge of $6 a month on the city’s stormwater customers and an increase in the solid waste collection rate with its existing collection company, but not without some debate among the council members, and one show-and-tell exhibit from a current waste disposal customer. more
As the scaffolding surrounding the Schooner Adventuress came down on the morning of April 12, Ken Greff, project co-manager of the Adventuress’ renovations, was effusive in his praise for Haven Boatworks. more
A man’s body has been found near North Beach. more
Clammers will have until April 14 to harvest shellfish and mussels at Point Whitney Lagoon and Point Whitney Tidelands before it is closed indefinitely. more
After a winter of work, the Adventuress went back into the water today at the Port of Port Townsend Boat Haven. more
A Quilcene family needs clothing and toys after safely escaping from a house fire that resulted in massive smoke damage to their home and personal belongings April 10. While the family has at … more
There are 10 minutes before rehearsal starts when the cast of Key City Public Theater’s upcoming production, “Men On Boats,” begins doing the hokey pokey on stage. more
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