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Most incoming students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology might be a bit nervous, and rightly so. It is one of the most renowned centers of higher learning in the country. However, most new … more
Those who do learn from history are better prepared to repeat the parts that worked.  A major part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s famed “New Deal,” the Civilian … more
A 36-year-old Puyallup man was killed when he was struck by a SUV while he was walking in the roadway on Highway 104 just west of the Highway 19 intersection early Sunday morning. Elijah B. Benbow … more
The Port Townsend man convicted last month in the death of local musician Jarrod Bramson pleaded guilty Friday to federal drug trafficking and illegal firearms possession charges. Adam Michael … more
Recreational spot shrimp will reopen in Marine Areas 6, 7 West, 7 East and 9 next week, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday. Officials said the Puget Sound spot shrimp … more
The number of firefighters battling the East Beach Road Fire near Lake Crescent has dwindled to 39 personnel and one fire engine as the forest fire has largely been brought under … more
The Belmont recently received the coveted Bricks & Mortar Rehabilitation award at Washington Main Street’s Excellence on Main Awards Ceremony. The event was held July 20, virtually, with … more
While other businesses are rethinking their business models and closing altogether, the Port Townsend School of Wooden Boatbuilding recently broke new ground at its Port Hadlock campus.  The … more
Amanda Funaro conceded in her race for Jefferson County District 2 Commissioner Thursday and threw her support to fellow candidate Heidi Eisenhour. Funaro was the third-place finisher behind … more
Recreational shellfish harvesting has been banned at Oak Bay, Mats Mats Bay and Port Ludlow after recently collected shellfish samples in several locations have shown high levels of the marine … more
Firefighters dousing the East Beach Road Fire at Lake Crescent have moved into the mop-up phase of the operation, officials said Thursday. Three hand crews are working to mitigate and manage the falling trees and debris that have been affected by the 84-acre blaze in Olympic National Park. more
Drugs or alcohol were not a factor in the one-car crash that killed a Port Hadlock man Wednesday, the Washington State Patrol has announced. The crash remains under investigation. The State … more
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