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The board of the Fort Worden Public Development Authority has agreed to a comprehensive overhaul of the agency as it tries to reinvent itself due to its continuing economic collapse. Acting … more
Wendy Feltham has been appointed to a two-year term on the North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee. Feltham will serve as the Jefferson County citizen representative in the category of … more
The second annual Soup Sharing and Community Bowls fundraiser returned to Finnriver Farm & Cidery from Dec. 11 to Dec. 13. For a $25 donation, patrons received a locally crafted pottery bowl, … more
Another shipment of 975 doses of the COVID vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech is expected to arrive in Jefferson County next week. Jefferson Healthcare administered more than three dozen shots … more
Two additional cases of COVID-19 in Jefferson County were announced Thursday by public health officials as the number of coronavirus infections reached 200 locally. The new cases reported Dec. 17 … more
Habitat for Humanity is ambitiously looking to build twice as much affordable housing throughout Jefferson County, according to the group’s new five-year plan.  Jamie Maciejewski is the … more
It was a bit of trash talk, but of the best kind. Commissioners praised the staff of the county’s Solid Waste Division for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Commissioners read and … more
Molina Healthcare of Washington recently committed more than  $16 million to support communities and organizations that have been affected by the current ongoing pandemic, including in Jefferson … more
Congressman Derek Kilmer will host a telephone town hall early next week to talk about the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rep. Kilmer, a 6th District Democrat, will … more
The latest round of governmental restrictions on businesses, gatherings, and events meant to combat the spread of COVID-19 will remain in place through Christmas and into next month at least. Gov. … more
The city of Port Townsend has once again extended its moratorium on utility shut-offs for delinquent customers due to the economic challenges being felt by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In March, … more
The city of Port Townsend has received no shortage of applicants in its search for a new police chief, both from in-state job seekers and out-of-state. City Manager John Mauro said the city had … more
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