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Washington state legislative leaders took turns Monday delivering upbeat messages that promised unity in taking swift action to relieve residents and businesses hit hard over the past 12 months by … more
Jefferson County public health officials said a Port Townsend resident under the age of 20 has tested positive for COVID-19. Officials announced her test results late Tuesday, and the new … more
This year's Legislature won't just be about numbers and budgets: it will explore social inequities, the proper role of policing and just how much authority the governor is due. Gov. Jay Inslee … more
OLYMPIA - Desperately needed COVID-19 relief is a top priority for this year's Legislature, and Republicans and Democrats generally agree it will be necessary to get that aid out as soon as … more
A security training exercise is planned for Naval Magazine Indian Island later this week, the Navy announced Tuesday. Training activities will take place Thursday, Jan. 14, and include the use of … more
The Chimacum School Board elected its officers for 2021 at its last meeting in December. Board Member Kathryn Lamka nominated Kristina Mayer for chair, and she was elected to a second term on a … more
The Port Townsend School District is conducting a study of its Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) programming and has started an Inclusive OCEAN Survey that will run through the end of the … more
Port Townsend police received 116 total calls for service between Monday, Nov. 30 and Sunday, Dec. 6. Below are selected reports.  At 11:31 a.m. on Nov. 30, officers received a report of a … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 255 calls for service between Nov. 28 and Dec. 4. Below are selected, notable incidents. At 9:38 a.m. Nov. 28, police responded to a reported … more
A second person in Jefferson County has died from COVID-19, according to Jefferson County public health officials. The resident who passed away was an 80-year-old woman who was being treated in a … more
Volunteers are needed for a citizen committee that will advise the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife on Puget Sound recreational crab and shrimp fishing issues. Applications are being … more
A substance abuse treatment program is being launched in the Jefferson County Jail  to help people who have been incarcerated get a head start on their road to recovery from … more
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