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Work on Tyler Street Plaza lighting project starts in October

  Tyler Street plaza will soon look a lot brighter at night once a new lighting installation is set up in the square. Starting Monday, Oct. 10, workers will install six steel lighting …

Firefighting-themed First Friday Speaker Series kicks off

Partnering with East Jefferson Fire Rescue, Jefferson County Historical Society’s First Friday Speaker Series resumes with “Wildland Firefighting with Amanda Monthei.” Monthei …

City invites community engagement for future of PT golf course, Mountain View Commons

The city of Port Townsend is inviting the community to share their thoughts and opinions on the future of the Port Townsend Golf Course and Mountain View Commons on Blaine Street. The process …
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Admiralty Fine Foods opens in former sandwich spot

When asked on what day Admiralty Fine Foods opened its doors to Port Townsend, owners Millie Henry and Toby Warren exchanged wide-eyed giggles and stumbled over a handful of dates. Henry settled on a …

Admiralty Audubon Society hosts walk

    Interested in an expedition from Kah Tai Lagoon to Froggy Bottoms near Quimper Village? Vaccinated and boostered birders are welcome to join Admiralty Audubon Society from 9 a.m. …

PT Council looks at holiday pay ordnance

    The Port Townsend City Council was set to review an ordinance this week to add paid holidays for city staff. The days that the city considered adding holiday pay for are …

Committee forming for poplar project

    In the second town hall meeting centered on the removal of the iconic poplar trees buffering Sims Way from the Boat Haven, Port Townsend officials said a stakeholder committee …

Drive-thru, drop-off community meals a longstanding tradition

    It’s not too late to forgo cooking on Christmas Day. Imagine hand-peeled and sliced scalloped potatoes, mouthwatering ham, cranberry sauce, green beans (of course) and …

Conservation district to host native plant sale, workshops

    Jefferson County Conservation District’s native plant sale is back after a one-year hiatus. Orders will be taken through Friday, Jan. 28 for bare-root native trees and …

Port Ludlow home goes up in flames

    No one was hurt in a house fire Monday in Port Ludlow that officials said was caused by a propane tank. The fire started just before noon Monday, Dec. 6, in a residence just …

Brinnon Fire has holiday open house

  The Brinnon Fire Department elves will be working hard to dress up the fire station for Christmas. The public is invited to come join them at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4 when the lights go …

Big horses, big love

  Ida Joy weighs somewhere around 1,300 pounds and loves to have her face scratched. In the draft horse world, tradition dictates that each …