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    On Nov. 4, 1924, Jefferson County citizens voted to create the entity that runs the port. Business interests who saw Port Angeles coming to life were behind the push, but it … more
    If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to harvest clams and oysters safely and sustainably, then join members of the Jefferson Marine Resources Committee and state fish and … more
It’s hard to imagine a better person to write the centennial history of the Port of Port Townsend than Scott Wilson. He knows his way around the town and the port, and the relationship between … more
Solid citizens pay taxes Your article about property tax due dates should have included a reminder that property taxes are not just a chore that needs to get done on time, but part of our … more
So many of us thought the worst had passed. Although the fate of the Port Townsend pool, located at Mountain View Commons and run by the Olympic Peninsula YMCA, remains under consideration, it seemed … more
Are you ready for a cranky columnist? While most of the time I’m cheerful and in a positive mood there are those occasions when my buttons are pushed, and I react. In a recent conversation with … more
  The “Welcome to Port Townsend” sign lets our visiting tourists know right from the get go at our city limit that we are a Victorian Seaport and Art Community . But … more
  The Point Wilson Lighthouse will serve as the focal point for the Raw Art Collective’s celebration of “Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day” on Sunday, April 28, with the … more
    When the Local 20/20 nonprofit’s Transportation Lab hosted its second-annual “Moving in the Right Direction” conference, it not only boasted a packed turnout … more
    With a beautiful view of the ocean, April Ottey is surrounded by details of the natural world, the delicate beauty in petals and blossoms, the intricate texture of tree … more
    Chris Berg begins his art by brewing a cup of coffee topped with sweet froth. He turns his radio to the jazz channel, lays out his materials, and goes to work transforming … more
  The East Jefferson Rivals track and field teams’ trip to the Coupeville Classic on Wednesday, April 17, came close to falling through, due to transportation difficulties. After … more
  After three years in dry dock in Port Townsend for restoration work, the gaff-rigged topsail ketch Hawaiian Chieftain was launched April 9.  The weather, a typical foe in the … more
    Naiome Krienke has a really good reason for wanting to learn to carve, and she knew just the place to go: The Port Townsend School of Woodworking at Fort Worden State Park. … more
  Blue Heron Middle School will soon see installation of a School Based Health Center, after winning grant funding from the state legislature, according to staff with the Jefferson County … more
The rebound of the bald eagle population in the Lower 48 from the brink of extinction 60 years ago to well over a quarter million of the sea birds today is one of the greatest species-recovery … more
“The town's FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team, the Robocpti, is very excited to send off one of their longest and hardest-working mentors Brian Morningstar to the FRC world championships as … more
    Port Townsend residents raised a familiar set of issues with candidates Hilary Franz and Adam Bernbaum who spoke   at Port Townsend Indivisible’s April 9 meeting. … more
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