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  Jefferson County stretches across more than 2,000 square miles of territory including much of the mountainous terrain in the Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest. It is some … more
In this issue of Good Works , we highlight organizations that make life better in Jefferson County / Port Townsend. A remarkable characteristic of this place is that there are so many, more than we … more
  A visit to Center Valley Animal Rescue (CVAR) is like going to a zoo and it’s free. Approximately 150 animals are cared for by volunteers dedicated to continuing Sara … more
  It’s not just birds. Founded 45 years ago, Port Townsend’s Admiralty Audubon Society has been a driving force in area efforts to protect the wild outdoors. … more
If you have a pet, you know how its presence in your life provides a depth of love and caring that cannot be replaced. Especially in trying times, your pet gives you unconditional love. But imagine … more
    ECCHO is a non-profit organization born in Port Townsend in 1997 with a mission to support independent living. ECCHO serves community members free of charge, with a focus … more
  On Friday, Nov. 17, Judge Brendan Mack entered the Jefferson County courtroom to sentence Pierce County resident Siaumau Sanele Auseuga after Auseuga was found guilty of being a felon in … more
The Washington State Ferries system advises carving out some extra time if your Thanksgiving travel plans include a state ferry ride. In addition to the long vehicle lines over holiday weekends, … more
In celebration of 100 years of local banking in western Washington at First Fed, and 50 years of changing lives through the arts at Centrum, the bank has made a five-year, $50,000 commitment to … more
  A new rideshare program is intended to provide lower-income citizens with access to a vehicle and decrease the area’s carbon footprint. The program has been in operation for … more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking public input on a draft Periodic Status Review for killer whale that includes a recommendation to keep the species on … more
A new Welcome Center isn’t the only renovation coming to the Northwest Maritime Center in the New Year. It might seem incongruous that damage done by a king tide event on Dec. 20, 2018, … more
    Consider the hedgerow: a beautiful, sustainable, and low-maintenance alternative to monoculture hedges.  Planted as living fences since the Neolithic Age, hedgerows … more
PORT HADLOCK, Wash., - Naval Magazine Indian Island has a security training exercise scheduled on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2023.  Training activities will occur in Port Townsend Bay between the … more
QUILCENE – It was a busy summer in Jefferson County opening habitats for local fish. Two big projects, one on US 101 and the other on State Route 104 and SR 19, have wrapped up. … more
  In a clearing enclosed by alder, cedar, and sword ferns, at the end of an wheelchair-accessible trail, a new, beautiful, and sustainable timber-frame pavilion greets visitors to the … more
Dunia Faulx, Chief Planning and Advocacy Officer at Jefferson Healthcare, has been named Washington’s 2023 “Community Star” by the National Organization of State Offices of Rural … more
On Dec. 4 a special presentation of the Memory Café will provide a safe, welcoming place for those with early-stage memory loss or memory concerns and those who care for them to come together … more
    December 13 has special significance for Scandinavians, as it celebrates Saint Lucia, the patron saint of light and sight, at the approach of the year’s shortest days. … more
    After 24 years in business, Perfect Season home and decor store will close its doors next month. Like her neighbor, the Mad Hatter, owner Regina Siefried has been struggling … more
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