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Artist and writer Tessa Hulls is “Feeding Ghosts” by chasing the story of three generations of women within her family. A graphic memoir six years in the making, Hulls has been on a … more
Four Port Townsend men have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping, assaulting, drugging, robbing and torturing an acquaintance they thought had stolen things from a friend's home. Zachary James … more
Port Ludlow Chief Brad Martin came within one vote of losing his job. After a review of an outside investigation into allegations of misdeeds by the fire chief made by the firefighters union, the … more
A 26-year-old Port Townsend man was arrested for felony mail theft and possession of explosives without a license after he drove into a retaining wall outside a home on U Street in Port Townsend just … more
Some might say a few of these folks have gone to seed. Gardening enthusiasts take note: You may want to join them. As spring approaches, the Plant and Seed Exchange is returning for its 10th … more
Oregon wants him back. But the state may have to wait. Bryce Taylor Hanna entered a pleading of not guilty to felony charges of attempting to elude a police vehicle, two counts of third-degree … more
Thomas Olson will be Port Townsend’s new chief of police, the city announced Thursday. more
The shrill whine of a hard rock guitar solo from a portable radio scored the scene as a set of hydraulic jaws chewed through raggedly aged planks, tearing apart the final product of years of neglect … more
An outspoken group of pro-psychedelic advocates are continuing their push to get the city of Port Townsend to decriminalize natural hallucinogens. Naturally occurring psychedelics such as … more
Port Townsend City Council should be paid more for what they do. That’s the view from at least one resident of Port Townsend. During a recent city council meeting, compensation for … more
FairWinds Winery of Port Townsend has named Michelle Cavett as the winery’s new general manager. Cavett is the eldest daughter of owners Micheal and Judy Cavett, who have operated the winery … more
OLYMPIA - A low carbon fuel bill passed the state House of Representatives Feb. 27 in a 52-46 vote with every Republican voting no. Its next stop is the Senate. The bill directs the Department of … more
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