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Letting go of a corporate job after achieving a management- level position might be intimidating for some. But Robert Evans, a 17-year veteran of the tire industry, is among those brave enough to do it. more
Many people who live elsewhere might think having an abundance of deer in their community would add to its charm. That’s the attitude of some people who live in Port Townsend, but the … more
The Brinnon School District received an almost $3 million grant that Superintendent Trish Beathard said will be used to modernize its facility. The money, from the state’s Office of … more
The Humane Society of Jefferson County struggles to keep providing appropriate care to cats and dogs that come their way daily. more
The first electric bus in Jefferson County will debut on the streets in no time. more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue’s new CARES program has received two pieces of welcome news more
And Then Came Humans, an indie, jazz-rock, funk, and experimental duo will be coming to the Anchor 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24. Longtime friends Mike Socko (guitar and vocals) and Ryan Scott Long … more
You never know where a cold call might lead. In the case of voice teacher and folk artist Pharis Romero, it led to a years-long association with Centrum’s Voice Works program, eventually becoming its artistic director. more
When curating a gallery, Chicago artist Mary O'Shaughnessy believes each piece of art should have breath around it: “You look at a piece, walk away, take a breath and then see another one.” more
Naval Magazine Indian Island is hosting the installation’s annual Deer Run 5k and 1-mile Fun Run on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023. more
A small brush fire broke out 11:44 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16 on Paradise Bay Road, directly across from the Port Ludlow Village Store. more
Peninsula College’s Natural Resources program will now feature a lead faculty member with extensive ecology, biology, geology and marine biology education and experience. more
The Quilcene Food Bank has announced a groundbreaking ceremony for a new facility. It is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 7 at 161 Herbert Street. more
There is a mantra I hear after disaster strikes in so many places now. Government officials in Vermont, Maui, etc. all say, “This is unprecedented, we were not prepared. We thought it could … more
I’m writing to voice disagreement with Mr. Van Lelyveld’s recent column, “Golf Course debate coming to a head” published this past week. I believe he chose to use facts … more
In Hawaii, Aloha means both “hello,” and “goodbye,” and is used as a greeting when seeing someone for the first time and wishing them well at parting. We, here, must bear … more
We live in a beautiful location with so many people working to help it be a generous and compassionate community. The costs around some of the golf course plans and the proposed swimming pool … more
Fossils were shaped long ago and their shape stays fixed despite compelling natural forces. Politicians who continue to support natural gas and other fossil fuels are just like fossils. The … more
Zelda Elaine Kennedy (Armstrong) graced this world with her presence on December 9, 1942, to Mervin and Mrytle Armstrong in Bellingham, Wash. at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was the fourth of eight … more
The court has ruled there will be a new trial for Anna Young, who was convicted of first-degree assault and interfering with a report of domestic violence after she was accused of attacking her … more
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