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A lot can be done in 15 years and Jamie Maciejewski, Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County’s executive director, has more than proven that through her nonstop efforts and stewardship … more
Formed at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic to help supply internet services for low-income students in Jefferson County, the Connected Students Initiative will donate $35,000 in … more
The League of Women Voters-Jefferson County is seeking questions from the public for the league’s upcoming Candidates Forums in July.  Three forums are in the works. The first, on … more
Anya Callahan says she was raised in a “justice system-impacted family with an intergenerational history of substance-use disorders.” Callahan’s life experience inspired her to … more
Batch Brothers, Farm’s Reach Cafe, and Foggy Hog Farm recently teamed up to thank the Chimacum school staff. “Teaching appears to be a mostly thankless job, so we wanted to say … more
The Brinnon Fire Department had had 211 responses through May, according to the department, including 133 calls for rescue and emergency medical service. Included in the number of EMS calls: 14 … more
New hire Chase Stanton is the latest addition to the city of Port Townsend Police Department. He was sworn in with the oath of office at a city council meeting earlier in June.  Stanton … more
A fire destroyed a historic farmhouse in Chimacum Thursday afternoon in a blaze that pulled in firefighters from six departments across the region. Nobody was injured in the fire, which may have … more
Highway 104 was shut down in both directions just before 1 p.m. Wednesday after a vehicle caught fire at Milepost 8 near Wahl Lake Road. The fire was reported at 12:42 p.m. June 29. The highway … more
New, preliminary population estimates released by the Washington Office of Financial Management show relatively modest increases in the number of residents in Jefferson County in the past two … more
A large and vocal crowd of 40-plus demonstrators took to the streets of Port Townsend Friday afternoon to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade — the landmark … more
The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 144 calls between Friday, June 10, and Thursday, June 16. Below are selected reports. At 8:50 p.m. Saturday, June 11, at the Water Street … more
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