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School was out Jan. 20, but around 100 students and volunteers still gathered at Blue Heron Middle School to celebrate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in a day of service. more
Trash collection rates in the City of Port Townsend will be increasing starting in April, when a new contract with DM Disposal will take effect. Customers will be provided with new bins free of charge that are compatible with the new automated trucks. Collection will take place bi-weekly. more
The Peninsula Housing Authority will open its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher waiting list for both Clallam and Jefferson county for one business week from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3. more
Washington State Parks is opening applications for its yearly park aide positions. more
Construction on downtown projects continues this week with the two curb extension projects at  Harrison and Washington Streets outside the Post Office and at Adams and Washington Streets entering their final stages with paving and traffic revisions. more
Chimacum and Port Townsend School Districts were recognized this week, along with several other Washington State counties, for their commitment to employing teachers who have been certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. more
Jefferson County Commissioners are looking for applications to fill two vacant positions on public boards. more
Suicide rates have remained relatively steady in Jefferson County over the past four years, but organizations like the National Alliance on Mental Health are hoping community involvement will help lower the numbers. more
Since getting his brand new patrol car, Port Townsend Police Sergeant Troy Surber has driven 700 miles. more
Impeachment of President Donald Trump was on the minds and in the hopes of nearly 300 people who marched down Water Street for the fourth annual Womxn’s March on Jan. 18. Close on the activists’ heels came Trump’s own supporters: around 15 people carrying American flags and signs supporting the re-election of the current president. more
If the City of Port Townsend changes course on plans for a new sewer drain at North Beach, it may be due, in part, to concerns about eelgrass, an aquatic plant beachcombers take for granted but scientists worry about. more
Award winning regional cheese crafters at Mt. Townsend Creamery will be shutting down their equipment for the very last time Jan. 31 after the business announced last week it will no longer be able to continue operation. more
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