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With the peak season of travel approaching, Washington State Ferries has announced it will be delaying the addition of a second boat to the Port Townsend-Coupeville route due to crewing … more
The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding will be operating a satellite classroom at the Port of Port Townsend’s Boat Haven Marina. The port recently announced that it would re-negotiate a … more
Earth Day is an event annually recognized to demonstrate and support the protection of our environment. The preservation of the planet begins and ends with us – human beings taking small steps … more
Earth Day activities abound in Jefferson County for the annual day of support for environmental awareness. In celebration of Earth Day and National Poetry Month, … more
From noon to 5 p.m. April 22, The Artful Sailor Whole Earth Nautical Supply and Sail Exchange will host a free, outdoor, hands-on, natural fiber rope grommet bracelet-making party.  For more … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who is believed to have stolen a John Deer excavator that was stolen in Quilcene in June 2020. The search for the suspected burglar … more
Jefferson County officials batted back some of the recent criticisms on the proposed Port Hadlock Wastewater System during a special commissioners meeting on the project last week. Officials … more
Nick Twietmeyerntwietmeyer@ptleader.com   Port Townsend City Councilmember Pamela Adams said Thursday that she would not be seeking re-election this year. Adams’ statement … more
If money talks, it’s only a whisper to those who are elected to serve on the Port Townsend City Council. But if the city wants to see more diversity in its representatives, they’re … more
A third person in Jefferson County has died of COVID-19, Health Officer Dr. Tom Locke announced Monday. The third fatality to coronavirus in the county late last week happened at Jefferson … more
The Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management and Jefferson County Public Health will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 24 in the Chimacum School … more
The tale has turned once again for the Brinnon ShrimpFest.  Organizers of the annual event announced earlier this month the shrimply shindig would be held this year. But Rhonda Burell, … more
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