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A derelict vessel is the subject of a dispute between the Port of Port Townsend and Washington State as to its disposition and the responsibility for its repair. The port claims that the John N. … more
Beverly Browne, managing editor of the Port Ludlow Village Voice, has come out against Bert Loomis’ offer to buy and develop property next to the Bay Club. And she’s not alone. Loomis … more
San Francisco–based author Mary Ellen Hannibal is coming to Port Townsend to give two lectures based on her new book, “Citizen Science: Searching for Heroes in an Age of Extinction.” The … more
Properly preparing for a real estate listing is a lot more than clearing the yard of that collection of Volvos or moving that pile of People magazines out of the garage. It is time to formulate a … more
The 24th annual Aldrich’s Gingerbread Contest is moving downtown this year to Flagship Landing at 1007 Water St. The Port Townsend Main Street Program offered to host the contest for this year, … more
At age 92, Jack Caldwell has a lot to remember. Recently, he came across a photo of the starting 11 players on the Port Townsend High School football team from his senior year, 1941-42, and it … more
Retired developer Bert Loomis wants to invest proceeds from his past success into the future of his hometown of Port Ludlow by buying 5 acres next to the Bay Club to build condominiums and-or an … more
Port Townsend is known for its scenery, quirky festivals and small-town hospitality. Some visitors tour for a day of eating and shopping; some arrive by boat, RV and bicycle to stay for a week. While … more
The 30th anniversary of the Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair, the largest such event in Jefferson County, is supplemented by displays at two adjacent venues. Promoted as the “Chimacum Holiday … more
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission conducts a special meeting and planning session in Port Townsend. The meeting is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, and … more
TUESDAY 8:10 a.m. Schools in Jefferson County are operating on normal schedules today, although some roadways may be slick from freezing temperatures overnight. No snowfall hit lowland … more
A public open house to submit comments on a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the EA-18G Growler airfield operations at Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island is set for Monday, Dec. 5 … more
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