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On May 8 at 10:45 p.m., the Brinnon Fire Department responded to a residential structure fire on Old Point Whitney Road. JeffCom 911 reported that the garage was fully engulfed and threatening the … more
Health officials confirmed a new COVID-19 patient in Jefferson County over the weekend. The woman, who is over the age of 90, is currently hospitalized at Jefferson Healthcare. more
It could be May 25 before Jefferson County sends an application to the state health department to reopen some businesses ahead of the state’s schedule.  more
The U.S. Air Force and Navy are encouraging those in the Puget Sound area, including folks in East Jefferson County, to be on the lookout for a special demonstration in the skies on Friday, May … more
Emma Erickson and Leo Mook spent April 25 walking the dog, picnicking in the misty rain in the park and watching the documentary “Spellbound,” the same movie they’d seen on their first date at the Rose Theater years ago. more
According to Walla Walla County officials, early testing results from a beef processing facility outside of Wallula show 15% of workers have tested positive for COVID-19. more
A Clallam County man was charged last week in federal court for attempting to promote mislabeled drugs as a prevention against COVID-19, according to federal prosecutors. more
The Washington Invasive Species Council asks state residents to participate in the “census” of Scotch broom across the state. more
In times of war, governments have encouraged citizens to plant home gardens to grow vegetables and take the pressure off of the national food supply. more
The Board of Health will convene in a special meeting at 5 p.m. on May 7 with county commissioners and Port Townsend City Council members to discuss whether Jefferson County can move forward into the state’s “Phase 2” of reopening businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. more
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The last hours of Aldrich’s Market on April 30 had a steady flow of locals coming to wish the 125-year-old business goodbye and forage through the remaining goods. more
Heidi Eisenhour, 49, who is the chief operations officer at the Northwest Maritime Center and a lifelong resident of Irondale and Port Hadlock, announced her bid for the District 2 seat on the Board of County Commissioners on May 3. more
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