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Candidate Filing Week kicked off Monday, May 17 and continues through Friday, May 21. Here is the list of candidates who have filed through Tuesday morning. A total of 38 candidates have tossed … more
The Washington State Department of Transportation is advising travelers who use Flagler Road (Highway 116) on or off Marrowstone Island about roadside mowing that may prompt traffic … more
Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue has found a new interim chief at the end of a two-week scramble to replace Brad Martin. Martin was placed on paid administrative leave May 3 by Port Ludlow fire … more
Jefferson County is hoping to buy a 14.4-acre property in Port Townsend to build housing for the homeless, and the proposed campus would “include a shelter and full wrap-around services,” … more
After going on a one-year hiatus, the Port Townsend chapter of the Disabled American Veterans reopened Wednesday, May 5.  The group, dedicated to providing free, professional assistance to … more
Tim Deverin has been appointed to a new term on Jefferson County’s Solid Waste Advisory Committee. Deverin, 40, is a Quilcene resident. He was appointed to the committee last December to … more
Maialynn Smith and Jeffery Smith of Quilcene are welcoming the arrival of their baby boy. Their son, Michael Avery Smith, was born at 9:40 a.m. Sunday, May 2, 2021 at Jefferson Healthcare in Port … more
Peak season reservations are now available for the Hoh Campground in Olympic National Park. For 2021, online reservations can be made for June 1 through Sept. 15 on recreation.gov. Any unreserved … more
Teacher Jennifer Kruse along with teacher and coach Logan Stegner of Port Townsend High School have been awarded the first Howard Learned Award by Skillmation. To recognize their contributions to … more
Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary has named Adeline Gellert DePalma and Finn O’Donnell as the club’s April Students of the Month. This month students were recognized for outstanding service … more
The Quilcene Brinnon Garden Club annual plant sale — always anticipated by local gardeners — will be held this year for two days on Memorial Day weekend. The sale will be from 10 a.m. … more
With a unanimous vote Monday, the Port Townsend City Council agreed to establish a commission to re-evaluate councilmember salaries. Once a recommendation is made by the council, the city will be … more
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