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When Meghan Mix founded Hopscotch Farm and Cannery in 2017, her heart was set on environmental sustainability while her head was turned by the kind of business structure that captains of industry dream of: vertical integration. more
Students at the Port Townsend School of Woodworking got a hands-on lesson in chainsaw milling, while Fort Worden got some skilled workers to help turn a hazard into a resource. more
The Trump administration has not done enough to ensure the survival of the diminishing population of Southern Resident orcas, a lawsuit filed jointly by the Center for Biological Diversity and Wild Fish Conservancy claims. more
Myron Vogt, of the Olympic Peninsula Bluebills, was named Citizen of the Year, while Hans Frederickson, of Frederickson Electric in Port Townsend, was named Business Leader of the Year at the Jefferson County Community Leadership Awards for 2018. more
In the early 2000s, Mary Simmerling wrote a poem that inspired a movement. Her poem, titled “What I was Wearing,” detailed the exact outfit she wore the day she was sexually assaulted. more
The recent death of musician Jarrod Bramson revealed a drug lab located here in Port Townsend, connecting the small Victorian seaport town to an issue that affects communities nationwide. more
Rowing is like golfing. Well, it’s like golfing if you had eight identical golfers lined up in a row, using identical club and swings to hit the ball the exact same distance. And then do that exact same thing 200 times in a row. That is one of rowing veteran Dianne Roberts’ many analogies for the sport that has become a huge part of her life for 17 years now. more
The Chimacum School Board has found itself with three seats up for election this fall, and while one has an incumbent candidate, the other two are already vacant. more
The April 2 arraignment of Adam Michael Kelly for charges of controlled substances homicide in the wake of the March 27 death of Jarrod Bramson, led to Kelly being handed a total of 10 charges by the Jefferson County Prosecutor’s Office. more
Port Townsend’s collection rates for garbage, recyclables and yard waste are likely to increase, but not until next year. more
Walking through his 20 acres of wooded property next to Leland Lake is what Ted Hunter does to relax. more
Monday mornings, it can seem the meetings of the Jefferson County Commission often fill every seat set aside for the public, while the Monday evening meetings of the Port Townsend City Council don’t often sell out. more
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