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  The East Jefferson Rivals girls soccer team marked their senior night and final home game with a 5-2 victory over the Cascade Christian Cougars of Puyallup. The game was held at the … more
  East Jefferson Rivals tennis player Reid Martin continues to excel in Nisqually League #1 singles competition. On Thursday, Oct. 19, the Chimacum senior defeated Eli Kraft of … more
  The East Jefferson Cross Country team hosted the final Nisqually League Meet in the regular season schedule on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the Port Townsend Golf Course. All Nisqually … more
  Sheila Brown is an artist who creates brilliantly-colored jewelry out of her own handmade lampwork beads, vintage buttons, blown glass, and upcycled pieces from other jewelry finds. … more
The Port Ludlow Art League is pleased to welcome Nonie Gaines as the speaker for its November Program Meeting.  An award-winning groundbreaker in public school art education in Tucson, … more
    Mimes, puppeteers, clowns OH MY! They were his friends, colleagues, cohorts, regular visitors to his Chicago shop, Magic, Inc., the oldest continuously family-run magic store … more
 Wednesday, Nov. 1 - 6 p.m. in the Pink House Meeting Room at the Port Townsend Public Library. Great city streets emptied of people; a population panicked; misinformation in the air. If some of … more
    In recent years, Martin Scorsese has gained a bit of a reputation as a cranky old man, telling the kids to get off his lawn, through his well-publicized condemnations of the … more
  It is no secret that historic Port Townsend has a fascinating past and many tales of ghosts, spirits and the paranormal to tell. Ask around and tales will flow. Many of them will be told … more
Come October, it’s hard to miss the many indelible images associated with Halloween. Homeowners may decorate their home exteriors with scarecrows, inflatable ghouls and goblins, and … more
Dressing up for Halloween is one of the more enjoyable ways to celebrate the spooky season. It’s not uncommon for people to be planning their costumes well ahead of Halloween, and seeing as the … more
  Halloween is coming up, and maybe you’d like to get into the haunting spirit with some spooky films, but you’re tired of watching all the same old standbys year after year, … more
Costumes and candy are synonymous with Halloween. Individuals may spend weeks or months trying to come up with the perfect costumes for their trick-or-treating excursions or Halloween parties. Many … more
As with many celebrations, Halloween is steeped in traditions — many of which can be traced back quite some time. Since Halloween is believed to have originated from Celtic pagan, ancient Roman … more
It started 14 years ago, by Jen Takaki’s telling. “I’ve had a boat here for 20-plus years, back when this used to be the Portside Deli,” Takaki recalled of her … more
  Last week, in a two-meeting series, facilitators listened to the public’s opinion on what would be the best way to implement the Creative District’s vision of enhancing … more
Fran was born in Port Townsend, Washington on July 29, 1932, to Leta and Clark Youngs.  Her grandparents came from Germany and Denmark and homesteaded at Eaglemont, Washington where her parents … more
Two helicopters landed in downtown Port Townsend on Saturday, October 14. Life Flight came from their base on Whidbey Island, and AirLift Northwest from their base in Bellingham. The arrival of … more
    A Port Townsend School District bus went off the road on the morning of Thursday, Oct. 12, when its driver was unable to execute a turn, but both school district and law … more
  As ballots drop this week, voters will find that a majority of the Port Townsend City Council is running unopposed. Mayor David Faber and Deputy Mayor Amy Howard, first elected in 2015, … more
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