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Since the start of the 21st Century, Olympic Mountain Pet Pals has been extending a helping hand to low-income pet owners, but in the nearly two decades since, they’ve also branched out into connecting both retired seniors and budding young readers with loyal, affectionate animal buddies. more
The crisis hotline at Dove House Advocacy Services rang off the hook in September, when when Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified before a U.S. Senate committee, accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. more
With its wealth of natural beauty, history and location near town, Fort Worden State Park often acts as Port Townsend’s 433-acre backyard. But it wasn’t always as accessible as it is today. more
Volunteers at the Port Townsend Food Bank are dedicated to ensuring their neighbors have enough to eat. There are more than 100 volunteers at the food bank, and not one — including the administrative staff – receives any monetary compensation for their time. more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is proposing to add Pinto abalone to the state’s endangered species list. Pinto abalone are a species of marine snails with a distribution ranging … more
The Sunfield Farm and Waldorf School in Port Hadlock marked the passage of one season with a bumper crop of specially decorated pumpkins, and is ringing in the start of another season with the … more
For the past decade, Arrow Lumber of Port Townsend has been helping the Port Townsend Food Bank provide happier holidays to families in need, and this year, they both got a helping hand from the Gray … more
The Benji Project has awarded $5,000 scholarships to two Port Townsend teachers for training they need to lead classes on stress management and resilience for teens.The scholarships were awarded to … more
It was Sequim resident Angela Jeziorski’s first time at the annual Country Christmas event in Quilcene, and what caught her eye was a cardinal.“I love cardinals,” Jeziorski said, as she cupped … more
The pilot of a plane that crash-landed Nov. 18 at the Jefferson County International Airport walked away uninjured from the incident.At about 11:23 a.m., a white 1980 Beech fixed-wing single-engine … more
Through the wafting scent of roasting pizza, the clamor of families eating and laughing, and the celebratory yells of teens who have just won an arcade game, MaryKay Haas stands behind the counter at … more
After meeting eight times together during the late summer and fall, the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners and the Port Townsend City Council have approved a joint agreement on homeless … more
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