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County commissioners are expected to vote May 22 on the public health officer’s recommendation to move to Phase 2 of the governor’s “Safe Start” reopening … more
The Jefferson County Farmers Market Association announced the Chimacum Farmers Market will open for its summer season June 7. more
A new fund will help farmers in Jefferson and Clallam counties provide local food for their communities. more
Lakes and public beaches reopened in Washington this month as part of the first phase of the governor’s “Safe Start” plan. Anglers descended on Jefferson County lakes after trout-stocking in the last week of April and first week of May. more
This time of year, the Port Townsend Marine Science Center’s aquarium on the Fort Worden dock is typically crawling with visitors each weekend who peer through the glass at fish swimming in their marine habitats or reach  into the touch tanks to feel the textured skin of a sea star. more
Even with social distancing in effect, Memorial Day will continue to be “a day on, not a day off” for local veterans. Members of the Marvin G. Shields Memorial Post 26 of the American … more
After much consideration and discussion, the Jefferson County Fair Association has decided to cancel the 2020 Jefferson County Fair, originally scheduled for Aug. 7-9, saying it serves the best interests of the health and safety of the fair and the surrounding community. more
Three people are dead after a shooting inside a residence on the 100 block of Sheldon Lane in Sequim on May 14.  more
At 9:12 a.m. on May 14, the Brinnon Fire Department was on-scene at Milepost 308 on Highway 101 for a semi-truck rollover accident. A power pole was involved, and multiple posters on the Brinnon … more
Trinity United Methodist pastor Tony Brown will hold services Sunday—with a coronavirus-infused twist. more
The Jefferson County Humane Society is nearly empty after an increase in adoptions cleared out their kennels in mid-to-late March, Jenny Haynes, JCHS manager, said. more
In a four-page document weighing the benefits and risks of loosening restrictions on businesses and social gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, Public Health Officer Tom Locke recommended the … more
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