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A fourth person in Jefferson County has died from COVID-19, according to Jefferson County Public Health. Details on the death were not immediately available Wednesday. The coronavirus-related … more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue may take over the management of Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue if commissioners for the two departments can find agreement on a proposed contract. Port Ludlow fire … more
The city of Port Townsend has been toying with the not-so-bright idea of darkening some local streetlights as part of a “Dark Skies” initiative. But while stargazers are pleased at the … more
Vaccinated or not, the masks will stay on. It could be four weeks before most Jefferson County residents will be able to take off their masks when entering a building. In a health directive … more
Port Townsend School Board members discussed the most recent enrollment update during their last board meeting. It was a mixed bag. In the report, the number of students enrolled for Salish … more
The go-ahead to let liquor-licensed businesses offer one alcoholic beverage at no cost to customers who provide their proof of vaccination is proving to be as popular as a warm beer in Jefferson … more
Jefferson Transit Authority board members have been looking at their long-range plan for public transportation in Jefferson County. Members recapped their online open house at their last meeting, … more
Two people were hurt in two separate rollover crashes Saturday, May 14 just north of Crocker Lake. The first rollover happened just before 3:30 p.m. May 14 when a 36-year-old Oak Harbor man was … more
Despite another year’s absence of Rhododendron festivities, a crowd of 50 or so bystanders gathered for the Running of the Balls, an event that would normally kick off the official Grand … more
Port Ludlow Fire Commissioner Raelene Rossart was told to return her firefighter gear after she was abruptly removed last week from the ranks of the volunteer firefighters for Port Ludlow Fire & … more
After 24 years with the Port Townsend Police Department, most-recently as its chief of police, Troy Surber has said his goodbyes. Surber bid farewell Monday to the department he’s served for … more
Despite receiving praise from the Port of Port Townsend’s executive director, a project proposed by the Northwest Maritime Center to construct a new classroom on port property in downtown Port … more
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