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In a time when many are without jobs and might be struggling to pay the bills, Jefferson County residents don’t have to worry about affording fresh produce. more
The Wooden Boat Festival, the Race to Alaska and Seventy48 are the most recent event cancellations of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced April 24 some “low-risk” construction can resume, one month after the governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order had banned most residential and commercial construction to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. more
The “new normal” amidst the global coronavirus pandemic can make everyday activities, such as navigating the grocery store or scheduling a doctor’s appointment stressful. more
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Bayside Housing is opening 10 more rooms in the Old Alcohol Plant hotel for homeless individuals. more
With the summer approaching, infectious disease isn’t the only concern Jefferson County residents need to keep in mind, as East Jefferson Fire-Rescue reminded the public through its Facebook … more
Gov. Jay Insee announced today that outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, golfing and hiking on public lands can resume on May 5.  Fishing and outdoor activities were closed last month … more
At 12:45 p.m. on Saturday, April 25, the Brinnon Fire Department responded to a motorcycle accident at McDonald Cove in the hairpin curve. Of the two riders on the bike, the male driver in his 60s … more
The Northwest Maritime Center announced April 24 two major summer races, the Race to Alaska and the Seventy48 race as well as the Wooden Boat Festival are canceled due to the coronavirus.  more
The Port Townsend Public Library’s weekly series of “Bedtime Stories” continues on Monday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m. with local author Michael Galligan. Galligan is the author of … more
The Northwest Watershed Institute is launching the Youth Environmental Stewards (YES!) Base Camp, a new eight-week nature program for teens’ outdoor nature studies. YES! Base Camp is similar to … more
Since the start of March, 2,532 unemployment claims have been filed in Jefferson County, according to records from the Employment Security Department—averaging about 600 new claims each week. more
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