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A public hearing for the transfer of up to 826 acres of forestlands into the Department of Natural Resources-managed Dabob Bay Natural Resources Conservation Area has been postponed until a later … more
Design plans for a three-story, 36-unit multi-family housing complex on Rainier Street met with general approval recently by the Port Townsend Design Review Advisory Subcommittee. Bill Gustavson, … more
Jefferson County has not had a new case of COVID-19 in five days, according to Jefferson County Public Health. The last new coronavirus case was reported Friday, May 14, which increased the … more
  Jefferson Healthcare announced late last week that it would be moving away from providing mass vaccinations at its drive-thru clinic. Jefferson Healthcare has successfully given out more … more
Quilcene Fire Rescue will ask voters to renew its Emergency Medical Service (EMS) property tax levy during a special election set for Aug. 3. The Quilcene department, known officially as Jefferson … more
Port Townsend School Board members voted unanimously at their last meeting to waive course supply fees for Port Townsend High School’s 2020-2021 school year. The school district board of … more
The Port Townsend Film Festival has launched its search for a new executive director. A position that is responsible for the entire organization, the executive director will lead the festival … more
The Rotary Club of Port Townsend recently awarded $30,000 in the form of grants to eight nonprofit organizations in Jefferson County. Bayside Housing, The Benji Project, The Community Boat … more
Jefferson County commissioners have proclaimed the week of May 10 as “National Police Week.” The commissioners unanimously approved a proclamation marking the annual commemoration of … more
Candidate Filing Week kicked off Monday, May 17 and continues through Friday, May 21. Here is the list of candidates who have filed through Monday afternoon. Eighteen candidates have tossed … 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," according … more
As they say, it’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. But even sweeter still, and much rarer than comforting platitudes, is the re-discovery of a love previously … more
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