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  Skies lit up over the peninsula in rare fashion on May 10, when the effects of a powerful geomagnetic storm transformed the night sky and sent many residents outside to witness the … more
  Elected officials from seven area counties and eight cities delivered a letter May 7 to leadership of the federal House and Senate Transportation, Housing and Urban Development … more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District is among the 10 communities that the Washington State Public Works Board recently approved for $21 million in critical infrastructure projects, … more
    The morning of Wednesday, May 8, saw the Spruce Goose Cafe, at the Jefferson County International Airport, experienced a flare-up that’s forced them to close their doors … more
City council member Aislinn Palmer announced she will resign from the Port Townsend City Council effective May 31, leaving her Position 2 seat open for appointment in the coming months. “I … more
Commissioner race set Candidate filing week closed May 10, and according to state election documents, Heather Dudley-Nollette will challenge Ben Thomas in the Aug. 6 primary for the District 1 … more
On Wednesday, May 15, Pope Marine Park hosts a hula-hooping and object manipulation playshop from 3:30-5 p.m., the Port Townsend Athletic Club hosts “Narrative Rhythms: A Dance Workshop” … more
    The New Old Time Chautauqua’s May 14-19 return to Port Townsend, during this year’s Rhododendron Festival week, stands out as particularly notable this time, … more
    Members of the Short’s Farm Steering Committee and Port of Port Townsend staff will continue discussions on how to best repurpose the Short’s Farm property in … more
    A project design that includes a 1,613-foot-long bridge over the Duckabush River Estuary on U.S. Highway 101 five miles north of the Jefferson-Mason County line is about 65% … more
My wife Susan, our pal Elliott, and I drove 130 miles last month to gaze upon Washington's largest tree, the Nolan Creek Cedar. As we neared the colossus at the end of a gravel road, the … more
    Rainshadow Recording welcomes the return of Celtic guitarist Tony McManus to Port Townsend, for an evening of what concert coordinator Matt Miner deemed “stringed … more
  The Port Townsend Film Festival is partnering with OWL 360 and the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) to help highlight youth mental health issues through its second … more
By Sidonie Maroon Culinary Educator for the Food Co-op   Would you like to develop a signature barbecue sauce, but need help understanding what makes them tick? Well, I’m … more
The Rolling Stones’ visit to Seattle on May 15 has brought back memories of when I covered the Stones for the Montreal Gazette back in the day and what turned out to be a scary experience on … more
Column advanced deer conversation I want to express my appreciation for the piece that Scott Doggett penned on May 1 about deer.  While the City has been wanting to initiate a … more
Many years ago, in the fall, BJ and I were bringing her mother home to Kansas City from her vacation cottage in Central Lake, Michigan. I was in the lead driving the mother-in-law car when I took a … more
  Four Chimacum High School student musicians achieved distinction as soloists at the Washington State Music Educators Solo and Ensemble Contest at Central Washington University in … more
    Offensive fireworks and defensive errors highlighted East Jefferson’s 31-21 fastpitch road win over Vashon Island on May 1. Shaking off a late-season scoring slump, … more
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