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After intermittent snowfall Feb. 3-4, all but one of Jefferson County’s school districts canceled all classes and after-school activities for Feb. 4. more
U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s town hall meeting in Quilcene on Feb. 1 touched on immigration and border security, health care for his constituents and the mental health of elected officials, the government shutdown, rural internet infrastructure and the upkeep of national parks. more
A 56-year-old woman died Feb. 4, when temperatures dropped to 27 degrees, a Port Townsend police spokesperson said. more
Although it was discontinued the day the federal government shutdown ended, a GoFundMe drive on behalf of a U.S. Coast Guard crew had raised $7,500 toward its $11,000 goal barely more than a week after it started. more
Strange Brewfest had a sweet year as Pacific Northwest brewers brought dessert-like craft beers to the 15th annual gathering Jan. 24-25. more
A dozen community members toured through all three schools in the Port Townsend School District on Jan. 24, quietly watching classrooms in action and speaking to high school students about their … more
Port Townsend Schools Superintendent John Polm wouldn’t mind receiving more guests for his next Coffee Chat with the Superintendent night, even though he and Assistant Superintendent Sandy Gessner had no shortage of topics to discuss during their Jan. 24 meeting. more
Two years and countless short tours and history lessons after Kate Dwyer and Myron Gauger started PTeRider, they’re looking to sell the company to someone who will carry on what they started. more
The Jefferson County Historical Society’s First Friday Lecture series will begin Feb. 1 with Josh Wisniewski, cultural anthropologist for the Jamestown S’Klallam and Port Gamble S’Klallam tribes. The lecture will take place at 7 p.m. at the Cotton Building in Port Townsend. more
The doors to the Port Townsend Food Bank opened early Jan. 23 as members of the U.S. Coast Guard Port Townsend office filed in to do some grocery shopping. more
After an investigation continued into the assault of a Port Hadlock woman earlier this month, the Jefferson County Prosecutor’s Office charged a suspect with first-degree robbery domestic violence. more
The Fort Worden Public Development Authority has authorized a 2019 operating budget that forecasts an increase in revenues over last year by making the fort more attractive to visitors.   more
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