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  When you are 75 years old and write a letter to Santa asking for a round-trip ticket to Scotland you don’t really expect to get what you wish for but that is exactly what happened … more
    Port Townsend’s Haines Place Park and Ride hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Dec. 6 to officially celebrate Jefferson Transit Authority’s first electric bus. … more
  On Dec. 11, the Port Townsend City Council unanimously authorized the city manager to sign the lease with the Friends of Port Townsend Golf Park for the operations of the golf park, but … more
  The Jefferson County Commissioners voted by a 2-1 margin on Dec. 11 to direct county staff to study the possibility of creating a Public Facilities District, as well as to work with the … more
  Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County addressed the community on Dec. 12 about its Mason Street affordable housing project in Port Hadlock. The public meeting took place at … more
  On Dec. 9, the Port Townsend branch of the American Association of University Women honored Zhaleh Almanee Weinblatt as its local “Woman of Excellence” for 2024. … more
  The original Dec.1 extension of Siaumau Sanele Auseuga’s sentencing hearing has expired without resolution. In 2021, Auseuga was pulled over by officers from the Jefferson … more
Firefighters are known for their dedication to the fire service, working 24-hour shifts, responding to fires, saving lives and protecting property. Rolf Schumann of East Jefferson Fire & … more
    In 2008, Michael Gilmore, then of Port Hadlock, was stopped at a traffic light on Haines Place waiting to turn left onto State Route 20 when his work van was rear-ended by a … more
Washington State Patrol (WSP) detectives are seeking witnesses to a hit-and-run fatality that occurred on State Route 3 on the offramp to Finn Hill in Poulsbo. Detectives believe the incident … more
  “There is a country . . . where the children have everything their own way. It is a most delightful country to live in. The grown-up people are obliged to obey the children, and are … more
It’s time again for the Port Townsend Library’s annual Gingerbread House Contest, and over 17 fully edible entries have been submitted for your voting approval. Thanks to the … more
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announced the award of grants for two Washington State Department of Transportation rail programs. The Amtrak Cascades and the Cascadia High-Speed Rail … more
  100+ Years Ago 1919 Leader, #1999.36.91, JCHS collection 1923 Leader, #1999.36.103, JCHS collection Friday, May 23rd, 1919 BOOZE DUMPED OVER BLUFF Over Seventy … more
    Offering fresh takes on holiday favorites, the Wild Rose Chorale will be performing a single a cappella concert at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15 at Grace Lutheran Church at 1120 … more
Jefferson Healthcare Foundation and Jefferson Community Foundation have announced establishment of the Jefferson Healthcare Foundation Fund, designated to expand efforts to foster community … more
    Jefferson County Commissioner Kate Dean announced Tuesday that she is running for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Dean hopes to succeed Rep. Derek Kilmer, who … more
   On Thursday mornings, two trucks pull into the gravel parking lot adjacent to the Caswell-Brown Village. The drivers, a mix of volunteers and paid employees, step out, shake off the … more
  Complaints about local mail service are almost as common as those against the new roundabout: Mail service is slow, unreliable, and gets later every day. Bills don’t arrive on time. … more
  A power outage on the morning of Monday, Dec. 4, affected customers of the Jefferson County Public Utility District in the South County area around Port Ludlow, and extended along South … more
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