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    With its lease expiring at the end of June, the Jefferson County Emergency Shelter is set to close, giving the center’s 12 occupants two months to relocate. The … more
  Just as the Port Townsend Marine Science Center is inviting the community to take part in its “Earth Day” beach and roadside cleanups on Saturday, April 20, so too is the Port … more
    The Quimper Grange at 1219 Corona St. in Port Townsend is hosting the Dying Matters Guild’s seminar on “Green Burial Options” from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on … more
    For spring’s major offering in its 65th birthday season, Key City Public Theater has dipped into the relative past for Gunmetal Blues, Scott Wentworth’s … more
  Narrowing down at the end of the school year, Port Townsend School District Superintendent Dr. Linda Rosenbury reflected on the current state of the schools. “In general when I … more
    A local push to light up the city skatepark may soon come to fruition, according to City Manager John Mauro. The city skatepark currently has no lighting. … more
    Jefferson Land Trust is poised to develop a four-year strategic plan that will guide the organization into 2029, and they are seeking a consultant to help. Jefferson Land … more
    Tara McCauley was hired as the Jefferson County Historical Society’s program director in December of 2019, before being drafted to serve as its interim executive … more
    As spectators gather for the annual Rhododendron Parade, Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary members will lay a track down Monroe Street, then release thousands of numbered golf … more
    Saturday, May 4, sees award-winning blues guitarist Terry Robb return at 7:30 p.m. to The Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery, at 1893 S. Jacob Miller Rd., for the first time … more
    When singers of the Community Chorus of Port Townsend and East Jefferson County get in the swing of the featured work in their upcoming concerts on April 12 and 14, they will … more
  Writer, artist, and filmmaker Jessica Plumb is locally known primarily for her documentary work – most notably her award-winning film Return of the River, a feature-length … more
  April 2024 marks the 20th year that Washington State has continued a resolution recognizing the many values and benefits of native plants. What started as a week in 2004 has expanded to a … more
    Stepping into Ginny's home and being greeted by her little dog Ivy is to witness someone truly living among their art. It is a lively space filled with lovely examples of the … more
Warm, spring weather has arrived, and The Port Townsend Tennis Club is again seeking new players for organized Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday morning matches. There is no cost to join. The group … more
  The question of whether new policies around short term rentals need to be adopted by the county is on the May 1 agenda of the Jefferson County Planning Commission. Those decisions could … more
    The 32nd annual Port Townsend Farmers Market opens Saturday, April 6, with the Jefferson County Farmers Markets cutting a red ribbon, ringing a cowbell and parading goats … more
  Olympic Peninsula YMCA now has until May 6 to respond to a demand letter from attorneys representing a Port Townsend woman permanently banned from the city pool after an incident with a … more
  The goal of the new Quilcene and Brinnon Connections meetings, starting Thursday, April 4, is to generate as much productivity as the original series of meetings did. The original … more
Statewide turnout high for presidential primary   OLYMPIA — Washington Presidential Primary election results certified March 29 by Secretary of State Steve Hobbs show the … more
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