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The long-awaited appraisal of the Short’s Family Farm has come in. The market value of the 253.4 acres of land in Chimacum was appraised at $1.4 million in a document released to the Port of … more
Inflation is starting a bonfire with everyone’s checkbooks, including multiple fire departments. Jefferson County Fire Protection District 4, home to the Brinnon Fire Department, is bringing … more
The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 146 calls between Friday, Jan. 13, and Thursday, Jan. 19. Below are selected reports. At 11:18 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, a noise complaint was … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received calls for service between Friday, Jan. 13 and Friday, Jan. 20. Below are selected reports. At 2:26 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17 in Port Ludlow, a … more
Luis Natanel Reyes said he wasn’t feeling well when they came for him in his jail cell in Port Hadlock on the morning of his sentencing in court for smuggling drugs into Olympic Corrections … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received calls for service between Friday, Jan. 13 and Friday, Jan. 20. Below are selected reports. At 8:07 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 15 in Port Hadlock, a … more
The Port Townsend Public Library will be injected with $10,000 to support Community Read, the library’s annual reading event in March. The Port Townsend City Council unanimously approved the … more
The city of Port Townsend is trying a new strategy for worker retention and attracting prospective employees by adopting a telecommuting policy for city staff. Unanimously approved by the Port … more
Much to the joy of local residents, the city has a plan for Port Townsend’s dilapidated roads and plentiful potholes. That was one of many topics and challenges discussed by City Manager … more
Non-union employees with the Jefferson County Public Utility District could soon receive a cost-of-living increase, but at the cost of higher dental insurance prices. The PUD’s board of … more
The Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners is seeking proposals from local nonprofits and organizations for projects that “move the needle” on housing, economic development, or … more
The city had another bad break. A water line burst last week on Washington Street near the Harborside Inn, as a 6-inch asbestos concrete water line failed, sending water bubbling up to the … more
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