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The Port Townsend Paper Corporation aims to increase its intake of recycled cardboard, while also reducing its consumption of fresh water by close to a million gallons per day. more
Owners of two neighboring buildings on Port Townsend’s waterfront are locked in a legal wrangle over property lines, safety easements and the attempt to build a passenger ship terminal in front of both buildings. more
The skies were overcast, but there was no fog at 4:45 a.m. as team by team sneaked out from the Point Hudson jetty into Port Townsend Bay on race day. more
A large assortment of chefs, brewers and confectioners are putting the finishing touches on a wide variety of delicious eats and drinks to be served this week during the Taste of Port Townsend fundraiser. more
Proposed alternatives to Jefferson County’s “terrifying” highway portion of the bike route from the Salish Sea to the Pacific would route cyclists through Anderson Lake State Park. more
The Jefferson Community Foundation’s “Better Living Through Giving Circle” has given the Community Boat Project $10,000 for a landlocked community service program. more
The new General Manager of Jefferson County’s Public Utility District is sort of the same as the old one. After five months as interim general manager and four months as acting general manager, with a month-long retirement in between, Kevin Streett officially became the permanent general manager of the Jefferson County Public Utility District May 21. more
One week before Hitler invaded Poland in 1939, an Australian spy posing as a businessman flew a civilian plane out of Berlin, taking aerial photographs along his way to London that documented German … more
On June 29, the new Chetzemoka Trail will be unveiled in a ceremony at Memorial Athletic Field in Port Townsend to begin the area’s journey to understanding the difficulties of coexistence between … more
Port Townsend’s Sea Dragons underwater robotics team took first at a Pacific Northwest competition in May and is headed to this year’s International Championships in June. more
Quilcene students received a practical wildlife biology lesson just before Memorial Day weekend, when some local wildlife got a little too close for comfort. more
More than 20 years after it started, the freshly rechristened New Image is celebrating its grand re-opening May 30, in remodeled facilities at the Mountain View campus in Port Townsend. more
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