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OCEAN parents and the Port Townsend School District might have found middle ground after contention earlier this month regarding changes to the OCEAN program. more
The Board of County Commissioners voted in favor of moving to Phase 2 of the governor’s “Safe Start” plan for reopening the economy. more
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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, along with other Washington state law enforcement agencies, has received numerous calls regarding employment security fraud, and noted that many of its … more
Units of East Jefferson Fire Rescue responded to a fire engulfing a one-story residence on Heinzinger Road in Nordland at 2:16 p.m. May 19. Units arrived to find flames consuming the house. No one … more
As if honeybees didn’t have it hard enough, a new invasive insect is out to chop off their heads and feed the bodies to their young in preparation to crown a new queen next year. more
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About 50 people gathered in opposition to the governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy”  order Tuesday to protest what they say is an infringement of their Constitutional rights. more
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Jefferson County is poised to receive about $1.75 million in coronavirus relief funds from the federal CARES Act. The City of Port Townsend will receive $288,000 in coronavirus relief funding. But … more
The meat cases at Port Townsend’s Safeway were a bit picked-over last week, with about half of the product that’s usually available. McDonald’s burgers are twice the price they … more
When the governor first announced his “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, boat builders in Port Townsend put down their sanders, chisels and saws and headed home. But as the fishing … more
Boats aren’t the only thing moving in and out of the Port of Port Townsend. Good food, coffee, beer and banter with servers are also coming to customers at almost all the eateries and … more
Almost 40 vehicles took advantage of the loosening of coronavirus pandemic restrictions enacted by the state to attend church services May 17 — in the parking lot of Blue Heron Middle School in … more
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