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The American Association of University Women, AAUW, is celebrating its seventy-fifth year in Port Townsend, and this year, they are recognizing women of the global majority who live and work here and … more
    Jefferson County Commissioner Kate Dean is weighing a congressional campaign following U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s announcement that he will not seek another term. … more
  Climate change could destroy Port Townsend’s downtown. But that’s just one issue in addressing environmental damage. “In many ways, Jefferson County and the City of … more
  As of the last ballot count on Monday, Nov. 13, only one incumbent elected official running for office exclusively within Jefferson County appeared not to have retained their seat, while … more
  The Makah Ozette potato, a type of fingerling long cultivated by the Olympic Peninsula’s Makah Tribe, has a unique story. All potatoes originated in the   Peruvian Andes, but, … more
  Motorists should expect the eastbound lane of Discovery Road to be closed, between 14th and McClellan streets, from Wednesday, Nov. 15 to March 21 of next year. This closure is part … more
  The Nest is more than just a coffee house in Uptown Port Townsend. It’s a safe, fun, inspiring and helpful place for youth, for tweens, teens, and young adults under 25.  … more
On Nov. 8 the Chimacum School District Board of Directors voted to approve the placement of a Capital Projects Levy on the Feb.13, 2024 Special Elections ballot. The capital levy is a significant … more
Jefferson County Commissioner Kate Dean is weighing a congressional campaign following US Rep. Derek Kilmer’s announcement that he will not seek another term. “I’ve always … more
    On Monday, Nov. 13, the City of Port Townsend plans to conduct a tour and workshop at the Mountain View Campus for the Healthier Together pool initiative. In the … more
  Port Townsend is better prepared than many other places for the crisis posed by climate change, according to those tasked with addressing the issue. Still, some dangers could threaten the … more
  Washington State Ferries impacted by limited vessel availability The Washington State Ferry Chimacum went out of service on Saturday, Nov. 4, after one of its main engines threw a … more
    The owners of the Chimacum Corner Farmstand recently acquired an adjoining piece of property, but their plans for it remain largely nebulous. Katy McCoy and Phil … more
    The American Legion Marvin G Shields Memorial Post 26 in Port Townsend is hosting a Veterans Day celebration on Saturday, Nov. 11. at 10 a.m. The PT Summer Band will play a … more
  With its Masquerade Gala following Halloween, the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce wants prospective attendees to know that its event on Saturday, Nov. 18, is not a costume ball. … more
On Thursday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. Port Ludlow Community Church welcomes pianist extraordinaire Mike Carroll as he performs seasonal pieces from Johann Sebastian Bach to George Winston. The concert … more
Silk paintings, art quilts, embroidery, beadwork and custom-designed garments are featured in “Daily Dose of Fiber,” the new Peninsula Fiber Artists 27/7 walk-by exhibit open through Dec. … more
Dr. Liz Nesbitt and David B. Williams will discuss the amazing array of past life featured in their new book, “Spirit Whales and Sloth Tales: Fossils in Washington State,” on Sunday, Nov. … more
Laura Bradshaw and Isaac Campbell come from affluent families. Their fathers, once business partners, are now rivals, enemies. A feud between their families sets the tone of Rachel … more
Washington Sno-Park permits are now on sale. The State Parks Winter Recreation Program manages over 130 recreation sites, or Sno-Parks, across the state for recreators to enjoy during the winter … more
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