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The Port Townsend REDfins Youth Swim Club’s season is well underway, and several swimmers scored gold times at one of their most recent meets. Three teams competed Oct. 20 at William Shore … more
Chimacum Elementary students are gearing up to compete in the FIRST Lego League Robotics Challenge this winter, giving them firsthand experience in both robotics competitions and the same STEM fields … more
Jewelry, household items and plenty of golf-themed items were up for auction at the Port Ludlow Bay Club as the Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Boeing Bluebills raised funds for STEM education, … more
The Tarboo Ridge Coalition filed formal complaints Nov. 16 with the Jefferson County Department of Community Development, the state Department of Ecology and the state Department of Natural Resources … more
The number of unwarranted alarm calls has declined but remains high following the passage of a Jefferson County ordinance which aims to prevent the number of false alarms. From Jan. 1 to Nov. 14, … more
The Quilcene School District went into its first lockdown in a half-dozen years, and while there were no injuries, school district personnel agreed the experience offered valuable lessons.Quilcene … more
After an intermission this spring, the annual Brinnon ShrimpFest is not only returning, but putting out the call to prospective sponsors and vendors, starting next month.Brinnon Parks and Recreation … more
After they ordered food last week at a favorite downtown Port Townsend eatery, Nell Allen and stepdaughter Whitney Stuart were sitting next to the front window when a vehicle smashed through it and … more
Bud Schindler, Joe and Joy Baisch, and Belinda Graham were all smiles at the start of this year’s Memorial Day weekend shrimp sale in Brinnon.  more
The Rotary Club of East Jefferson County has given away $11,500 in cash and prizes to the winners of the 2018 Pot of Gold raffle.There were four first-place $2,500 winning tickets pulled. The … more
 On the Friday before Thanksgiving, Susan Cook was hard at work in the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church kitchen, making gravy for their upcoming Thanksgiving meal.“This is a huge batch of gravy,” … more
Quilcene High School senior running back Olin Reynolds rounds the corner Nov. 17 during the Rangers’ Class 1B state quarterfinal contest against Sunnyside Christian at Grandview High School. … more
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