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The Chamber of Jefferson County recently announced the finalists for this year’s Community Leadership Awards. The virtual ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 15 via Zoom. The … more
Some customers of the Jefferson County Public Utility District in Port Townsend may have received erroneous disconnection notices with their May 4 statements. The Jefferson County PUD tweeted an … more
Salty Girls Port Townsend officially opened for business late last week — with fingers crossed. The Sequim favorite expanded to Port Townsend’s Taylor Street last year. Salty Girls … more
Port Townsend Mayor Michelle Sandoval recently declared Friday, May 14 as KPTZ Radio Day in the city of Port Townsend. In preparation of KPTZ’s 10th year of service to the Northeast Olympic … more
Don Halquist, better known as Dr. D, was recently honored as the STAR 101.5 Teacher of the Week on Thursday, May 6. The second-grade teacher at Salish Coast Elementary school was nominated in the … more
Center Valley Animal Rescue will kick off its spring online auction, “For the Love of Animals,” on Saturday, May 15. The benefit will raise funds for the Quilcene nonprofit’s … more
Olympic Kayak Tours is now offering excursions from Fort Flagler State Park, led by naturalists with extensive knowledge of local wildlife and history of the Olympic Peninsula and Salish Sea. The … more
The Port Townsend City Council took another step toward re-evaluating compensation for councilmembers by voting unanimously to give its initial approval to establishing a salary commission. Once … more
Jefferson County Fire Protection District No. 4 Commissioner Meril Smith passed away from natural causes April 21 while visiting family in California. “The biggest thing was him coming in … more
Nick Twietmeyer ntwietmeyer@ptleader.com   The Port of Port Townsend will be getting a little help from Olympia on a couple of projects that would have caused some serious pains for the … more
Jefferson County has had more doses of COVID-19 vaccines than people willing to get shots in arms at recent vaccination clinics, Public Health Officer Dr. Tom Locke said Monday. “Vaccine … more
State officials are considering seeking $32 million in funding for Fort Worden as part of the federal government’s potential investment in infrastructure projects. The Washington State Parks … more
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