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The rebound of the bald eagle population in the Lower 48 from the brink of extinction 60 years ago to well over a quarter million of the sea birds today is one of the greatest species-recovery … more
“The town's FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team, the Robocpti, is very excited to send off one of their longest and hardest-working mentors Brian Morningstar to the FRC world championships as … more
    Port Townsend residents raised a familiar set of issues with candidates Hilary Franz and Adam Bernbaum who spoke   at Port Townsend Indivisible’s April 9 meeting. … more
    The Jefferson County Historical Society plans to present "From Ashes to Archives" at the Northwest Maritime Center from 7-8:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, for a suggested … more
The April 30 deadline to pay Jefferson County property taxes is fast approaching. Property tax statements were mailed in mid-February and property owners have two options. They can pay the … more
Travelers who use the State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge between Jefferson and Kitsap counties will want to plan additional travel time each weekday through April 26. Washington State Department … more
Jefferson Healthcare is launching two new specialty services aimed at enhancing access to high-quality specialty healthcare for residents of East Jefferson County: tele-rheumatology and … more
Our family purchased its first Washington newspaper January of 2008 in nearby Shelton. We soon took the Journal’s paid circulation to over 10,000 and in those days, that meant we could … more
  On Saturday, April 13, five seniors from the East Jefferson Rivals track and field teams traveled to Puyallup to compete at the South Sound Classic, alongside athletes from 68 other … more
    As an act of filmmaking, A24's "Civil War" constitutes a fascinatingly skillful sleight-of-hand. The dialogue parcels out tidbits about a third-term president (Nick … more
While talking with a friend about what they agreed was a community (if not world-wide) problem, Judith Alexander’s friend suggested that she meet with local filmmaker Rose Madrone. … more
The rain held off on an early April Tuesday when nine women teed off for their second game of the season. With handicaps established, the game of the day was low net. Competition was tight with … more
Trinity United Methodist’s Candlelight Concerts host Chris Gilbert, a local folk music musician, who will be performing there on Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m. for one set … more
Safe harbor   The marina at Point Hudson has reopened after two winters of extensive renovation: the new jetty is a welcome reprieve from Mare Pacificum.   May is Art … more
There is a location change for the Tri-Area Garden Club (TAGC) Annual Plant Sale. This year the sale will be held on Saturday, May 11 from 9 to 1 p.m. in the Horticulture Building at the Jefferson … more
    Tri-Area Food Bank managers John and Sue Laird were ousted from their positions last Tuesday. John Laird said he was given the choice of resigning or being sued. It is … more
    In a surprisingly swift action, Jefferson County has approved a one-year moratorium on new applications for short-term rentals (STRs). The decision, made April 8, specifically … more
  In an effort to increase campus security, Port Townsend High School is now equipped with a two-way video intercom system which school officials say will help control campus access and … more
    With ballot drop boxes now open for the April 23 special election, Quilcene School District officials are hoping for a successful levy increase this time after an identical … more
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