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The National Park Service is funding millions of dollars worth of climate change projects across the country. Stacker breaks down how this money will be used. more
Zephyr Bell, is graduating from Port Townsend High School. This graduate's activities included the Varsity Soccer team, and the Port Townsend Sail Team, while also being employed with The Northwest … more
Teacher planning time is a valuable resource that not every educator gets much of. HeyTutor analyzed NCES data to see how it's changed. more
Birth Announcement Baby Ozette was born on April 25th, 2024 in Port Townsend, Wa to parents Heidi Tucker & Travis Gillett weighing 6lbs 11 oz and 20.5" inches long at the time of her birth. more
Sandra K. Summers of Sequim died at Sherwood Assisted Living in Sequim. She was 83. Sequim Valley Chapel, Sequim, is in charge of arrangements.   more
Death Notice Don Leonard Matheson passed away on April 29, 2024. Celebration of life is being handled by- Quilcene First Presbyterian Church with services scheduled for June 1, 2024 at 1pm. … more
Marie Pavish passed away at home with family members on May 13, 2024. She was under the care of Hospice of Jefferson County for the last two months of her decline due to dementia. She was 77 years … more
(BPT) - Given the current economic climate, social issues, and rising college tuition, completing a higher education degree has become quite difficult.While some students are still overcoming the … more
  Claims and counter-claims continue at the Tri-Area Food Bank, as former volunteers voice concerns about food safety while current association leadership allege theft perpetrated by … more
    A top researcher for the University of Washington said that he expects to publish a book in coming months detailing how to raise sunflower sea stars that will hopefully show … more
    As Rhododendron Festival events proceeded throughout the week, the Trike Races on Wednesday, May 15, saw a lower turnout than expected, according to Lois Sherwood. Only … more
    A Bainbridge Island attorney is filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of those affected by last month’s recall of organic walnuts contaminated by E. coli bacteria in … more
Special meeting called The City of Port Townsend City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, jointly with the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners, Port of Port Townsend, and … more
  After one meeting in Port Ludlow in January and another in Chimacum in April, the Puget Sound to Pacific (PS2P) Collaborative returned to the Finnriver Farm and Cidery on Thursday, May … more
    Rosalee Walz, a Chemakum Elder and chair of the Chemakum Tribal Council, addressed a packed-to-the-walls Carnegie Reading Room at the Port Townsend Public Library May 14 … more
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