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The Jefferson County Public Works Department and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are reminding drivers of the state’s “Move Over Law” and to exercise additional caution during winter months. more
During the week of Jan. 28 through Feb. 3, police issued seven notices of infraction to drivers in the city. Five notices were issued to the registered owners of vehicles with expired tabs; one was issued for speeding; and one was issued to a driver for failure to yield in a roundabout, resulting in a collision with another vehicle. more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received several calls Feb. 4 regarding a telephone scam in which fraudsters portrayed themselves as deputies from JCSO and manipulated caller ID to appear as the JCSO phone number. more
The Port Townsend and Chimacum school districts recently recognized the National Board Certified teachers on their staff. more
Tiny voices rang out Feb. 2 at the Cotton Building as a group of fourth- and fifth-graders from the Sunfield Farm and Waldorf School led their audience in a sing-a-long of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” more
Bobbie Schaller has sewn quilts for the past 15 years, and for the past five she’s pitched in for Quilts of Valor, making about a dozen quilts for the Jefferson County chapter of the national nonprofit organization. more
The Jefferson Clemente Foundation will host its third annual For the Love of Humanities fundraiser Feb. 16 to support the Jefferson Clemente Course in the Humanities. more
Building a sense of community through wellness, and ensuring it is accessible to all is the common thread that unites the three co-owners of Madrona MindBody Institute. more
KPTZ’s planned move to Fort Worden recently got a big boost from one of its longstanding on-air voices. more
Snowfall brought power outages to as many as 800 customers of the Jefferson County Public Utility District on Feb. 4. more
Mail theft in Port Townsend this past week affected a number of the city’s voters, whose ballots for the Feb. 12 special election were found by Port Townsend police. more
A jury on Feb. 1 found a Hoodsport man guilty of two counts of attempted second-degree rape of a child after a multi-agency sting operation during which suspects were arrested in Jefferson and Clallam counties. more
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