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    County public works officials updated their chip seal plan on May 14, with 16 miles of county roads targeted for repair this year. According to the plan, the longest … more
    Arts across Washington are set to receive a significant financial boost, and more than a dozen programs in Jefferson County can expect to share the benefits. More than … more
A local volunteer-supported transportation network held an event Thursday, May 23, to recognize Frank Garred as its 2024 Volunteer Driver of the Year. The event was hosted by the Ecumenical … more
    A number of new wrinkles await the estimated 500 shoppers who are expected to show up to this season’s opening of the Chimacum Farmers Market on Sun., June 2, from 10 … more
    Two quartets of music students are coming to Centrum for its 2024 Chamber Music Intensive, led by the resident American String Quartet and Chamber Music Artistic Director … more
  The Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is set to host “The Dances of Universal Peace” on Friday, May 31, from 3-5 p.m., an event which Oma and Don Landstra hope will … more
  The Port Townsend woman banned from the city pool after a locker room confrontation with a transgender employee in 2022 has spoken out for the first time since lawyers representing her … more
  Claims and counter-claims continue at the Tri-Area Food Bank, as former volunteers voice concerns about food safety while current association leadership allege theft perpetrated by … more
    A top researcher for the University of Washington said that he expects to publish a book in coming months detailing how to raise sunflower sea stars that will hopefully show … more
    As Rhododendron Festival events proceeded throughout the week, the Trike Races on Wednesday, May 15, saw a lower turnout than expected, according to Lois Sherwood. Only … more
    A Bainbridge Island attorney is filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of those affected by last month’s recall of organic walnuts contaminated by E. coli bacteria in … more
Special meeting called The City of Port Townsend City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, jointly with the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners, Port of Port Townsend, and … more
  After one meeting in Port Ludlow in January and another in Chimacum in April, the Puget Sound to Pacific (PS2P) Collaborative returned to the Finnriver Farm and Cidery on Thursday, May … more
    Rosalee Walz, a Chemakum Elder and chair of the Chemakum Tribal Council, addressed a packed-to-the-walls Carnegie Reading Room at the Port Townsend Public Library May 14 … more
    This year marked the first time in a century that Port Townsend participated in a six-day chautauqua, according to New Old Time Chautauqua co-founder Paul Magid. … more
    As a recent transplant to the Port Townsend area, I found myself in an unexpected and humbling situation during the annual Rhody Festival. My wife and I had the privilege of … more
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