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The Wolves slipped away with a win in girls varsity volleyball in the season opener for East Jefferson on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Port Angeles won in three sets during the matchup on their home court; … more
Try this for a business plan: Invite people to pay $550 each to enter a race that requires them to row, paddle or sail a small boat for 360 miles — from Port Townsend to Olympia, then north to … more
Port Townsend Bay will come alive with bright and colorful sails later this month when the 30th annual Shipwrights’ Regatta kicks off the 2021 racing season on the bay.  The prominent … more
The city of Port Townsend has reopened the Mountain View Pool for the Port Townsend High School swim team, but the public will have to wait until the pool staffing increases before they can dive … more
R2AK — the renowned non-motorized maritime sprint from Port Townsend to Alaska organized by the Northwest Maritime Center — will not be making a triumphant return in 2021.  But, … more
After a nearly year-long dearth of youth athletics, sports are set (as of now) to return to Port Townsend High School in February. In keeping with the modified Washington Interscholastic … more
The marine algae in shellfish that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) are declining in many areas of Jefferson County and health officials recently lifted bans on recreational shellfish … more
The marine biotoxin that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) is lingering longer than usual in local waters, according to Jefferson County Public Health officials. Shellfish testing … more
The Washington State Department of Health has closed the Hood Canal No. 1 Growing Area for the recreational harvest of all species of shellfish after finding marine  biotoxins that cause … more
The Washington State Department of Health has closed the Hood Canal No. 1 growing area for the recreational harvest of all species of shellfish after finding marine biotoxins that cause Paralytic … more
This school year will be a strange one for students at Port Townsend High School. Most students will be taking classes entirely online, and those taking classes in person will do so in small groups … more
The Washington State Department of Health has closed Quilcene Bay and Dabob Bay for the recreational harvest of all species of shellfish due to marine biotoxins that cause paralytic shellfish … more
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