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Drivers in Port Townsend and Jefferson County will no longer have their tires marked with chalk for parking enforcement, although this change is only partially the result of a recent federal appeals court ruling. more
At ten minutes to 10 in the morning on April 27, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received a call from someone who lives in Texas. From thousands of miles away, the man had called to report he was worried about his friend who lived in Jefferson County and had been saying that he wanted to shoot himself. more
The state Department of Ecology has determined a Port Townsend gun range developer cleared and graded wetlands not covered by the permit for his new shooting facility in Quilcene. No penalty has been levied and he appears to have thanked the county for its handling of the inspection. more
Washington State Police report traffic slowdown after a motorcycle and car collided near the intersection of SR 104 at Shine Road, about three miles west of the Hood Canal Bridge. Trooper Mark … more
After two terms, city council member Robert Gray announced Wednesday that he will not seek reelection in November. more
The scotch broom growing on the side of the highway isn’t the only spring flower beginning to bloom. more
The state Department of Ecology declared a drought in three Eastern Washington watersheds last month, and the Olympic Peninsula could be added to that list. more
Efforts to make the historic Port Townsend business districts shine this past year during construction have drawn accolades from the Washington State Main Street Program. more
Two working women who have helped build homes for others in Port Townsend and Port Hadlock were presented with the foundations to their own homes by Habitat For Humanity of East Jefferson County April 27. more
The Jefferson Community School raised more than $55,000 through its annual gala April 20, enough to fund partial scholarships for as many as a dozen students next year. more
While the Washington State Senate passed a bill April 17 that removes the personal belief exemption from vaccinations for measles, mumps and rubella, that same bill retains medical and religious … more
One Port Townsend High School graduate is on the search for practical equality. Robert Tsai, who grew up helping his parents run the LightHouse Cafe in Port Townsend, is bringing his new book, called “Practical Equality: Forging Justice in a Divided Nation” back home, and will give a book reading and discussion at 6 p.m. on May 3 at Peninsula College in Fort Worden. more
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