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The Port Townsend School District Board unanimously approved a three-year contract renewal for superintendent Linda Rosenbury at its June 22 meeting. The contract includes a $14,500 yearly … more
Olympic National Park reopened the Hurricane Ridge area on Tuesday following the fire that destroyed the historic Hurricane Ridge Day Lodge on May 7.   Park officials stressed that parking … more
Work on a bypass on Highway 104 west of the Hood Canal Bridge will slow traffic this week, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation. Contractor crews for the state started … more
A Port Townsend woman accused of attacking her husband with a hatchet while he slept was convicted Thursday of first-degree assault and interfering with a report of domestic violence. Anna … more
The woman accused of attacking her sleeping husband with a hatchet and telling him it was just a dream took the witness stand in her first-degree assault trial Thursday. Anna Young, 61, was … more
Remaking the city golf course into a “Central Park” for Port Townsend is expected to cost $5.25 million, according to a preliminary estimate prepared by city consultants. Port … more
Port Townsend officials are considering renaming the city’s skatebowl in honor of a beloved skateboarder who passed away in February. Friends of Seamus Sims have petitioned the city for … more
The Port Townsend School Board appointed Simon Little to a vacant position on the board at its last meeting. The decision came after the board interviewed three applicants for the post, … more
The Quilcene School Board has voted to extend to a job offer to Ron Moag to   take over as the school district’s interim superintendent. Moag has accepted the position, current … more
Jefferson County commissioners approved an updated fee schedule for use of parks and recreation facilities at their meeting Monday. The new fees will go into place immediately, officials said. … more
Quilcene graduating senior Kaydence Yeoman shares a hug while passing out flowers during Quilcene High’s graduation ceremony Saturday. Commencement was held Saturday for Chimacum and Quilcene … more
They met on a dating website, and she was everything he ever wanted in a woman. Delightful, spontaneous, outdoorsy. As he sat in the witness box in a Jefferson County courtroom, and his … more
Federal officials announced $13.8 million in funding Monday to bring high-speed internet to rural customers of Jefferson County Public Utility Service No. 1. The federal money includes a $9.2 … more
The ferry M/V Kennewick had a hard landing Saturday afternoon on the sailing from Coupeville, injuring several passengers and members of the crew. The vessel was not damaged and the incident is … more
Bina F. of Jefferson County rocked glitter face paint and a big smile at Saturday’s Pride gathering at Pope Marine Park. “It brings people together,” she said.  more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 263 calls for service between Saturday, April 15 and Friday, April 21. Below are selected reports. At 2:27 p.m. Sunday, April 16 in Quilcene, … more
The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 188 calls between Friday, April 28, and Thursday, May 4. Below are selected reports. At 11:40 a.m. Sunday, April 30, in the 2400 block of … more
New Day Learning Academy is celebrating its 13th annual “Read to Feed” campaign and service-learning project. All proceeds will go to Heifer International, a nonprofit that provides farm … more
Jurors in the first-degree assault case of Anna Young heard two very different versions of an alleged early morning attack with a hatchet that left her husband with multiple head lacerations and a … more
Crowds were already gathered around the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend by 4:30 a.m. Monday, June 5, to cheer the launch of the seventh annual Race to Alaska. Onlookers clutched … more
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