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    Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) is is seeking assistance in locating Tina L. Woods, 48, of Bremerton, Washington. Woods is a suspect in a string of recent … more
  County elections offices statewide have distributed ballots for the state’s 4.8 million registered voters to participate in the 2023 General Election. Ballots must be returned … more
  The Port Townsend Marine Science Center and Central Valley Animal Rescue actively responded to the recently reported summer transmission of avian flu to harbor seals on Marrowstone … more
    Cutline: Artist Luz Rosario works on a Catrina skeleton for the Day of the Dead celebration at Finn River  By Thais Oliveira  El Dia de Los Muertos is a … more
Katherine DeForest Evans took her dog to his groomer, Renee Bailey, of Renee’s Pet Grooming on Otto Street, and was greeted by THIS!  Trixie is Renee’s own dog, styled over the … more
I spent hours touring Poland’s Auschwitz death camp last week. Walking through the huge complex in which approximately 1.1 million people, 90 percent of whom were Jews, were systematically … more
The day after Halloween…probably teachers’ least-favorite day, what with all the kids on sugar highs. Well, at least we don’t have to hear Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s … more
In my not so humble opinion this past few weeks have given us one of the best stretches of nice fall weather ever. In my younger days I would enthusiastically take on the challenges of yard … more
    Port Townsend Public Library is providing local musicians the opportunity to preserve their music for posterity as part of a new collection. “We hope this will be a … more
“Keep making, keep experimenting, and never stop yourself from doing something bold because you’re afraid to fail.” This is artist and teacher Christine Clark’s guiding … more
Connie Anderson is joining the Port of Port Townsend as its director of Finance and Administration beginning in early 2024. She will replace Abigail Berg, who has guided Port finances since 2015 … more
The current congregation of First Presbyterian Port Townsend invites the community to participate in their fall celebrations capping the Sesquicentennial commemoration of their first 150 years of … more
  When the Port Townsend City Council discussed alternatives for the Cherry Street property Oct. 16, their conflicting priorities were twofold. The City Council didn’t want to … more
Ferry reservations for winter (Dec. 31 to March 23, 2024) on the Anacortes/San Juan Islands and Port Townsend/Coupeville routes will be available at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7. This is one week … more
The Port Townsend High School Players open Masks Off Friday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m. at the PTHS High School Auditorium. This is a special show developed through a process known as "devising" … more
Plump older women don’t write underwear commercials.  There was an ad on TV recently. It was geared to entice us senior gals. Comfy, stretchy, no hooks, good support, choice of colors … more
Performances are set for Nov. 4 and 5 at First Presbyterian Church, 1111 Franklin St. in Port Townsend.  Both concerts are at 3 p.m.  Tickets available at the door for a suggested donation … more
The roundabout project at Sims and Kearny is now in phase two. Traffic heading towards downtown Port Townsend still detours around the project onto Benedict Street and Washington Street and turns … more
Galápagos is a new collection of poems by John Delaney and photographs by Andrew Delaney. This color-illustrated book about the unique wildlife of the Galápagos Archipelago is the … more
  The Oct. 27 and 28 premiere screenings of “Dancing with the Dead: Red Pine and the Art of Translation” at the Rose Theatre in Port Townsend featured not only the film’s … more
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