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Four Jefferson County students joined more than 200 other high school students from across the state Feb. 18 for a weekend in Olympia to explore the Washington state judicial branch through mock … more
A Port Townsend couple is now safe in Mexico after a close call with Guatemalan authorities that nearly landed them in jail. “We are safe, but just barely,” Merilee Nyland Evans wrote in an … more
Anyone with memories of the former Palms, Sea Galley or Surf restaurants may want to take a last look at one of the oldest wooden buildings on the Port Townsend waterfront before it’s gone for … more
Jefferson Healthcare providers are taking a look at an affiliation agreement between the rural public health care system and nonprofit Swedish Health Services in the aftermath of a Seattle Times … more
Twelve young people in Jefferson County are to be honored for their community service excellence and outstanding leadership at the 14th annual Thomas J. Majhan Kiwanis Teen Leaders Awards ceremony … more
Susan Carter has been hired as chief financial officer (CFO) and financial director of the Jefferson County Public Utility District (PUD). Carter comes to the PUD after a string of CFOs have quit … more
When the state Department of Ecology kicked off the new year by soliciting early input on a net pen management project, it reawakened concerns among fish conservationists. Project coordinator … more
It’s time to think spring, and beyond, and there’s plenty of inspiration to be found in the ideas and products showcased at the 2017 Home & Landscape Show. The event is set for 9 a.m.-5 p.m., … more
The residential real estate business greatly improved in Jefferson County in 2016, and there are high hopes for 2017. “We’re back to where we were before the crash in terms of demand,” said … more
Two new bills could drive a deeper wedge between you and your smartphone on the road if passed by the state Legislature. Drafted by Rep. Jessyn Farrell, D-Seattle, House Bill (HB) 1371 effectively … more
People voiced concerns, but arrived at few answers Monday at the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s (QUUF) public conversation on what it means to be a “sanctuary community.” After … more
Martin and Charlotte Frederickson of One Straw Ranch joined the Port Townsend Farmers Market last year, selling grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork, chicken and quail eggs, and wool. “The … more
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