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Peninsula College has narrowed its list of candidates for the presidency of Peninsula College to its final four. The presidential finalists are Suzanne Ames, Melissa Curtis, Kristen Jones, and … more
Both Port Townsend and Chimacum high schools had excellent performances in Richland for the Washington State Knowledge Bowl Tournament XXXIX, with Port Townsend in second and Chimacum in third … more
The Chimacum School Board has unanimously voted to extend the employment contract for Superintendent Scott Mauk through 2025. “I am really looking forward to continuing the great work … more
After discovering they were short on money to fund a trip to Carmichael Middle School in Richland for the Washington State Knowledge Bowl championships, Chimacum High’s team was worried the … more
A new addition is coming soon to Salish Coast Elementary School’s campus in the form of a covered play structure. “This has been approved and the total cost of the project should come … more
Students of Blue Heron Middle School’s current seventh-grade class could go on a trip of a lifetime to the breathtaking landscapes and geological marvels of Iceland. Seventh-grade science … more
The Quilcene School District will ask voters again in April to approve a $12.3 million bond proposal for a new elementary school.  At a special meeting late last week, the Quilcene School … more
The University Women’s Foundation of Jefferson County is seeking applicants for its university, community school, and technical school scholarships. Applications are due by March 6. … more
The Port Townsend High School Knowledge Bowl team flexed their intellect to win the Summit Award and 1A division tournament for the Washington State Knowledge Bowl competition in late January. The … more
Twenty Port Townsend High School students are Hollywood bound for a school-sponsored trip to tour the entertainment industry mecca during Spring Break. Classmates from the high school’s … more
The $12.3 million bond proposal for a new elementary school in Quilcene was still just below the threshold for approval following an updated vote tally Wednesday. The bond measure requires 60 … more
  Initial results show a levy for the Brinnon School District passed in a special election on Feb. 8. As of 9 p.m. Feb. 8, 426  Brinnon ballots were counted, according to the county … more
Two levies for the Port Townsend School District were approved by voters in Jefferson County, according to the first tally of ballots on Special Election Night Feb. 8. For Proposition 1, the … more
Quilcene voters are on the edge of approving a new elementary school, according to the first count of ballots in Tuesday's Special Election. A $12.3 million bond measure to pay for a new elementary school … more
    Brinnon School District No. 14 is asking voters to approve an educational programs and operations replacement levy during the Feb. 8 Special Election. The levy is expected to … more
There’s no better time than now to get started on a new elementary school in Quilcene. That’s the big message from leaders in the Quilcene School District as they ask voters to support … more
Around 40 demonstrators gathered outside the Port Townsend School District’s front office on Blaine Street Thursday evening to protest school wages for paraeducators, custodians, bus drivers, … more
    Enrollment is starting soon for Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s spring 2022 adult learning programs. Special events, courses and ongoing groups will be … more
    Chimacum High School students Ava Vaughan and Eugenia Frank are crossing their fingers for a senior year highlight, in person: a trip to Washington, D.C. this January. The best … more
Graceanne Tarsa of Port Townsend will be awarded a master of science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee during commencement at the university later this month. Tarsa is a student in … more
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