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The Rotary Club of East Jefferson County recently honored Chimacum High School seniors Rachel Smith, Chanakan “Feem” Meesanam and Patrick O. Rogers as students of the month. They were nominated … more
The Kiwanis Club of Port Townsend was very visible in the community last month – especially with all the hours spent working with the Christmas for Children program and managing the Toys for Tots … more
Teri Nomura, a local real estate agent and longtime advocate for affordable housing, has been honored by AAUW Port Townsend and its affiliate, the University Women’s Foundation of Jefferson County … more
A sewage overflow on the morning of Jan. 3 in uptown Port Townsend was dealt with quickly by public works crews, according to public works director Ken Clow. Clow said that 200 gallons of sewage … more
The Port Townsend Public Library recently drew notice with a series of posters whose goal was to advance inclusion rather than exclusion, according to library staff. An anonymous patron of the … more
Two new homes being constructed in partnership with local families at Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County’s Birkenfeld Community in Port Townsend are taking shape thanks to volunteers … more
Amelia R. Watkins, 83, of Port Ludlow faces possible charges after she failed to yield while driving on State Route 19 on Wednesday, Dec. 28 and collided with a vehicle being driven by Donald J. Hein … more
The Port Townsend Main Street Program hosted its annual holiday membership event on Dec. 8 at The Old Whiskey Mill at 1038 Water St. During the event, Main Street board members were recognized, and … more
 Brian Kuh might be relatively new to Team Jefferson, having just become its deputy director in May, but he’s bringing a lifetime of passion for economic development to his upcoming role as … more
About the same number of species as usual were spotted by Admiralty Audubon Chapter members who were out with binoculars and notepads Dec. 17 doing their part for the annual national Christmas Bird … more
There is no such thing as a “quiet” year in the news business, and that’s reflected in what may be considered the “big news” stories of 2016 in Jefferson County. Month to month, here are … more
Bob Caprye, who was hired as the Jefferson County Public Utility District’s (PUD) chief financial officer in early 2015 and put on paid leave in May 2016, has been paid $87,500 in a settlement … more
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