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Boys 100 Nik Erickson: 5th, 12.02 Jasper Dances: 6th, 12.17   Girls 100 Carina Shiflett: 4th, PR 13.19 Clara Camp: 7th, 13.57   Boys 200 Nik … more
  Skies lit up over the peninsula in rare fashion on May 10, when the effects of a powerful geomagnetic storm transformed the night sky and sent many residents outside to witness the … more
  Elected officials from seven area counties and eight cities delivered a letter May 7 to leadership of the federal House and Senate Transportation, Housing and Urban Development … more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District is among the 10 communities that the Washington State Public Works Board recently approved for $21 million in critical infrastructure projects, … more
    The morning of Wednesday, May 8, saw the Spruce Goose Cafe, at the Jefferson County International Airport, experienced a flare-up that’s forced them to close their doors … more
City council member Aislinn Palmer announced she will resign from the Port Townsend City Council effective May 31, leaving her Position 2 seat open for appointment in the coming months. “I … more
Commissioner race set Candidate filing week closed May 10, and according to state election documents, Heather Dudley-Nollette will challenge Ben Thomas in the Aug. 6 primary for the District 1 … more
On Wednesday, May 15, Pope Marine Park hosts a hula-hooping and object manipulation playshop from 3:30-5 p.m., the Port Townsend Athletic Club hosts “Narrative Rhythms: A Dance Workshop” … more
    The New Old Time Chautauqua’s May 14-19 return to Port Townsend, during this year’s Rhododendron Festival week, stands out as particularly notable this time, … more
    Members of the Short’s Farm Steering Committee and Port of Port Townsend staff will continue discussions on how to best repurpose the Short’s Farm property in … more
    A project design that includes a 1,613-foot-long bridge over the Duckabush River Estuary on U.S. Highway 101 five miles north of the Jefferson-Mason County line is about 65% … more
  Four Chimacum High School student musicians achieved distinction as soloists at the Washington State Music Educators Solo and Ensemble Contest at Central Washington University in … more
  Rhododendron Festival events run non-stop from Wednesday, May 15, through Sunday, May 19. May 15 starts off relatively light, yet still high-speed, with only the Trike Races at 6 … more
  The Bed Races, a longstanding Rhododendron Festival favorite among participants, organizers and spectators, returns yet again this year on Friday, May 17. The Rhody Fest Bed Races … more
      The Trike Races have been a fixture of the Rhododendron Festival ever since 17-year Port Townsend Rotarian Lois Sherwood can remember, but that doesn’t mean … more
    For the 12th year in a row, as spectators gather for the annual Rhododendron Parade this year, Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary will be making final preparations for the … more
By James Robinson   City Councilman Ben Thomas has thrown his hat in the ring for the District 1 county commissioner’s seat, the second Port Townsend Democrat to enter the race. … more
    Jay and Michaela Kothman are the new owners of the Ajax Café in Port Hadlock, but the journey starts with another café, and before that, something entirely … more
    For the first time in 23 years, Port Townsend High School students will answer to a new voice in the principal's office. In a press release Tuesday, Superintendent Linda … more
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