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The Jefferson Community Foundation’s “Better Living Through Giving Circle” has given the Community Boat Project $10,000 for a landlocked community service program. more
The new General Manager of Jefferson County’s Public Utility District is sort of the same as the old one. After five months as interim general manager and four months as acting general manager, with a month-long retirement in between, Kevin Streett officially became the permanent general manager of the Jefferson County Public Utility District May 21. more
One week before Hitler invaded Poland in 1939, an Australian spy posing as a businessman flew a civilian plane out of Berlin, taking aerial photographs along his way to London that documented German … more
On June 29, the new Chetzemoka Trail will be unveiled in a ceremony at Memorial Athletic Field in Port Townsend to begin the area’s journey to understanding the difficulties of coexistence between … more
Port Townsend’s Sea Dragons underwater robotics team took first at a Pacific Northwest competition in May and is headed to this year’s International Championships in June. more
Quilcene students received a practical wildlife biology lesson just before Memorial Day weekend, when some local wildlife got a little too close for comfort. more
More than 20 years after it started, the freshly rechristened New Image is celebrating its grand re-opening May 30, in remodeled facilities at the Mountain View campus in Port Townsend. more
SEA Marine is hoping to expand its footprint on Port Townsend’s working waterfront, but the port commission is resisting. more
Each year an estimated 12,000 crab pots are lost in the Salish Sea, according to the Northwest Straits Foundation. These pots sit at the bottom of the sea and continue to trap crabs with no one to harvest them, resulting in the mortality of nearly 180,000 harvestable crab every year. more
The day before Memorial Day weekend saw the Admiralty Apartments shedding its southside tenants after a structural engineer declared the building unsafe. more
The Memorial Field plaque, which honored veterans of World War I and World War II, was returned to the Port Townsend Police Department on May 23 by an unnamed local business owner acting on behalf of a client. more
The Rhododendron Festival Grand Parade’s turnout of entrants, May 18, was on the high end of its yearly average, according to Rhody Fest Association Vice President Lori Morris. more
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