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    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
      A Family Dollar store is coming to Port Hadlock and some residents are asking why they didn’t know about a change that they say will significantly alter the … more
  Plans are afoot for a new city pocket park at 12th Street and Hancock, and city staff want the public to share their ideas and input at a community outreach event at the site on April 4. … more
  The Port Townsend Marine Science Center invites the community to take part in its “Earth Day” beach and roadside cleanups, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, with … more
    If you are visiting Fort Worden and look up to see someone swinging through the trees, don’t be alarmed: They are there to help. The Friends of Fort Worden will be … more
        If a genetic engineer designed the perfect feline, he or she would create a big cat like those often appearing in Nextdoor feeds on the Olympic … more
    Directors with Olympic Peninsula HomeConnection (OPHC) are poised to launch their 11th student Shakespeare play this spring — Much Ado About Nothing — with opening … more
  The Mock Trial team at Port Townsend High School competed in the Washington State Championships March 22-24.  The team won the William Downing Values and Professionalism Award … more
Port Townsend High School's Knowledge Bowl team secured their second consecutive state championship title, but not before a nail-biting semifinal that pushed the competition into overtime.   … more
County leaders are awaiting a report by the state Department of Commerce, and collecting names to serve on a task force, applications for which are due by March 29, which will evaluate options for a … more
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