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OLYMPIA - Funding for health care, education and efforts to curb homelessness are promised in a $59.2 billion state budget proposal from the Washington Senate Democrats unveiled late last … more
Emerald Towns Alliance recently announced the dates for ShrimpFest, which is returning to the community after last year’s festivities were put on hold. more
OLYMPIA - Universal health care for every state resident who wants it could come to Washington by 2026. A bill under consideration now in the state Legislature establishes a healthcare commission … more
Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers will host a virtual legal aid clinic Saturday, April 10. The free program will offer legal advice for members of the public, and give people the chance to … more
Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary has announced Maya Dow and Lochlan Krupa as its Students of the Month for March. The Rotary program recognizes students who demonstrate academic excellence. The … more
A Seattle man arrested for trying to escape pursuing sheriff’s deputies in August 2019 is facing three new felony charges in Jefferson County Superior Court, including two accusations of … more
A mid-county resident under the age of 20 has tested positive for COVID-19, Jefferson County public health officials announced Thursday. The infected resident is a male, according to Jefferson … more
Rob Harbour has been reappointed to the Jefferson County Conservation Futures Oversight Committee. It will be his third, four-year term on the advisory body. Harbour, 67, is a Port Townsend … more
Two more free-admission days are coming to Washington State Parks in the coming month. The first free day is Saturday, April 3, and the second will be on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22. During … more
An Easter sunrise service is being planned for North Beach Park. The service is set to begin at 6:42 a.m. Sunday, April 4, with music and readings. All are welcome. Guests are advised to dress … more
PropagationNation, a nonprofit that seeks to encourage the widespread planting of California redwoods and giant sequoias in order to sequester carbon, passed out 500 seedlings to locals on … more
Maritime High School is set to receive its inaugural class of ninth-graders this fall. The school  — created through a partnership between the Northwest Maritime Center, Highline Public … more
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