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The Northwest Maritime Center is looking to secure a five-year option-to-lease agreement with the Port of Port Townsend for a property at Point Hudson. more
If disaster strikes, the main campus of the Chimacum School District aims to be ready. more
Dove House Advocacy Services is bringing a Recovery Cafe to Jefferson County. more
Jefferson County commissioners approved a two-year allocation of nearly $1.3 million for mental health and substance abuse services at their regular business meeting Jan. 28. more
With the help of a state forensic anthropologist, investigators identified the body found at Fort Worden State Park on Jan. 13 as a man from Port Townsend who had been missing for over a year. more
With the Chimacum School District facing declining enrollment and some facilities in need of serious overhauls, the school board has opted to consolidate into the most serviceable buildings to save on costs, and mothball the rest, until enrollment increases. more
The skies were gray over the Kah Tai Lagoon Nature Park, but about a dozen members of the east Jefferson County chapter of Admiralty Audubon came out on a Sunday morning to take out the trash and Scotch broom, as they’ve done for years. Larry Kilmer has taken part in cleanups at Kah Tai, Fort Worden and the Olympic Discovery Trail in the five years he’s lived locally. “I just don’t like Scotch broom,” Kilmer said. “I don’t like it taking over the environment. And it does, if you don’t take care of it.” Roz Riley also has lived in the area five years and has cleaned up at Fort Worden for four years and at Kah Tai for two. more
Students and adults turned out for a Martin Luther King Jr. Day of fostering the narrow field of about 70 apple, plum and pear trees adjacent to the Blue Heron Middle School parking lot. more
For two consecutive years, Lorilee Houston has been crowned the Port Townsend Main Street Program Volunteer of the Year, with an additional title this year of “Volunteer in Perpetuity.” “You may be experiencing deja vu because Lorilee Houston was our volunteer of the year last year,” Mari Mullen, the Main Street executive director, said just before she announced Houston as the winner Jan. 15 at The Old Whiskey Mill in Port Townsend. “This year, she retired and then gave us more time. She has totally astounded us with her productivity.” more
The Chimacum School Board selected Michael Raymond of Port Ludlow on Jan. 15 to fill its vacant District 4 seat. more
She was part of KPTZ back before the beginning, and now, as its incoming music director, Ruby Fitch aims to take the public radio station to a new level. more
One of the first babies born in the new year in Jefferson County took his time getting here. more
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