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She lived it before she filmed it. Sarah T. Schwab is bringing “A Stage of Twilight,” her second feature film, to Port Townsend’s Women & Film festival this week. An … more
Dozens of malnourished pigs in a barren field in Oregon were rescued by the local sheriff and distributed to animal rescue and sanctuary organizations for care, including Center Valley Animal … more
The Mill Road and Highway 20 intersection west of the Port Townsend Paper Mill is set to get a new, circular look in the near future. And nearby Discovery Road, South Jacob Miller Road, and others … more
Bail was set at $10,000 for a Snohomish County man who was arrested Friday afternoon for allegedly breaking into a Beaver Valley cabin and stealing a rifle. Issac John Ackerman, 30, made his first … more
A Port Orchard man arrested after 100-mph chase through Clallam and Jefferson counties has entered a not-guilty plea to claims of possession of a stolen vehicle, obstructing a law enforcement … more
Jefferson County commissioners approved a $1.3 million contract Monday for a culvert replacement project on Snow Creek Road. Bruch & Bruch Construction, Inc. has been hired to replace the … more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District will celebrate its 10th year of providing electrical power to its home county this week. Jefferson PUD threw the switch that marked its control of the … more
A 37-year-old Anacortes woman has been charged with forgery and second-degree theft after she allegedly stole checks from a Port Townsend woman’s mailbox and took $4,250 from her bank … more
Work on Hood Canal Bridge to be done at night Many in Jefferson County are breathing a sigh of relief over the upcoming summer tourism season. There may actually be one, after all. … more
The mother of a Port Townsend man accused of trying to murder his wife pleaded not guilty in Jefferson County Superior Court to a felony charge of harassment. Lynette Edith Allen, 70, was arrested … more
The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 144 calls between Friday, March 31, and Thursday, April 6. Below are selected reports. At 12:30 a.m. Friday, March 31, in the 400 block of … more
A recent sewer camera probe from the city of Port Townsend has indicated its downtown sewer lines could be in jeopardy. Following December 2022’s sewer main break at Gaines and Water streets … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 245 calls for service between Saturday, March 11 and Friday, March 17. Below are selected reports. At 9:01 a.m. Friday, March 17 in Brinnon, a … more
Power was restored by Monday for nearly everyone impacted by electricity outages over the weekend. Strong winds, reaching 28 miles per hour on April 8, cut the power out for approximately 2,700 … more
The city of Port Townsend’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is inviting proposals for funding committee-related activities. The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee will review proposals for … more
The city of Port Townsend will host two open houses this month to hear feedback and share concepts for its Healthier Together Aquatics Center. There will be two open houses, one in Port Townsend … more
Back in 2008, Jefferson County residents took a gamble by voting to give the Jefferson County Public Utility District the opportunity to acquire utility giant Puget Sound Energy’s holdings in … more
Earth Day is on the horizon, and a free event planned for Sunday hopes to inspire people to make a positive impact in the world as Earth Week … more
Port Townsend Indivisible is organizing a rally and march for Earth Day. The group is inviting the public to join in at the rally and march — planned for noon Saturday, April 22 — at … more
“Ambassador Owls and Friendly Woodpeckers” is the theme of this year’s presentation at Friends of Fort Townsend’s annual meeting. The meeting is planned for 10 a.m. … more
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