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A 71-year-old Brinnon man was found dead on the beach in Coyle on March 29, reports the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. more
Sitting in the soft light streaming through windows of the Customs House Recording Studio, a group of friends gathered, surrounded by guitars and keyboards, mourning the loss of one of their own. more
Winning fourth place at an international marine robotics competition got Port Townsend’s teenage underwater robotics team thinking. What else could their Remotely Operated Vehicle, “Phantom” do? more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue Chief Jim Walkowski and Commissioner David Seabrook answered questions about the annexation of the city of Port Townsend into the Jefferson County Fire Protection District 1 during the Jefferson County Democrats’ April 1 meeting. more
The death of a 43-year-old Port Townsend man March 27 has lead to a multi-jurisdictional investigation, including the issuance of a search warrant due to hazardous materials found at a Port Townsend … more
The Victorian era came alive in Port Townsend last weekend, as visitors and locals alike donned their petticoats and ascots to take a twirl about town for the annual Victorian Heritage Festival. more
Wind battered the windows of the Northwest Maritime Center Friday afternoon as a mix of roughly 40 city, county and port officials, historians, educators, business people and tribal members gathered to discuss partnerships with S'Klallam tribes on the Peninsula. more
One of the historic Water Street buildings will not be showing its face for a while. more
After cycling around the state delivering lectures on adventuring women of the early 1900s, Port Townsend-based artist, writer, historian and bike explorer Tessa Hulls will be riding back into town April 2. more
While citizens often criticize school or government officials for their lack of receptiveness, they don’t always take advantage of opportunities to offer feedback. more
The state’s Employment Security Department has reported job growth for Washington as a whole at the start of the year, and Jefferson County appears to be sharing in the benefits, enough to be doing significantly better than much of the Olympic Peninsula. more
During the March 19 Running Start Info Night for the Port Townsend campus of Peninsula College, political science professor Dan Stengel clarified the advantages of the school’s Running Start Program. more
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