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When Jefferson County’s Commissioners meet each Monday morning, one thing you can predict is that the public comment period will almost always include James Fritz. more
Despite pouring rain and blustery wind, a large crowd of Port Townsendites and local farmers and artisans donned their raincoats and boots for the opening of the Port Townsend Farmers Market season April 6. more
An 18-year-old man was transported by helicopter to Harborview Medical Center after he was injured in a car crash on State Route 101 April 8, according to Washington State Patrol. more
The Port Townsend High School Knowledge Bowl team for 2019 won the 1A Knowledge Bowl State Championship March 23 at West Valley High School in Yakima. more
While the Port Townsend High School Mock Trial team didn’t win the two-day state competition March 22-23, they placed well enough to earn the praise of their coach, Chris Pierson, who faced an old rival on familiar terrain at Olympia that weekend. The PTHS Mock Trial team finished 13th at the state competition. more
Jefferson County Sheriff Joe Nole has promoted one member of his department while welcoming another on board. more
The Port of Port Townsend commissioners are another step closer to seeking a tax levy to pay for repairs and improvements. more
As the “STEAM ON!” Tech Teardown at the Jefferson County Library entered its second week, program supervisor Emily Bufford admitted it’s been almost as much of an education for her as it’s been for the youngsters who have joined her in deconstructing computers and their related accessories. more
Although Food Lifeline is one of the biggest donors to the Jefferson County Food Banks, March 27 marked the first time many Food Lifeline members were able to take in operations at the Tri-Area and Quilcene Food Banks firsthand. more
The death of a 43-year-old Port Townsend man March 27 has led to a multi-jurisdictional investigation, and execution of a search warrant for hazardous materials spotted at a Port Townsend residence connected to the man’s death. more
The recent announcement by Jefferson Healthcare that current participants in the Exercise for Health program may be placed back on a waiting list has left some gasping for air. more
As the Port Townsend City Council unanimously approved the 2019 stormwater management plan April 1, city officials speculated on the impact of climate change on the city’s water supply. more
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