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Law enforcement had been searching for Timothy Colin Connor in the hours before he was fatally shot by an officer in Brinnon last week, the Washington State Patrol said Friday. Connor, 49, was … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 228 calls for service between Saturday, Aug. 13 and Friday, Aug. 19. Below are selected reports. At 12:22 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19 in Port Ludlow, … more
The Washington State Patrol has identified the man shot and killed by police in Brinnon last week as Timothy C. Connor, 49. The State Patrol also said a handgun was found near Connor's body by … more
Quick thinking and fast action helped to prevent a sinking trawler from turning into something worse. "Galaxy," a 38-foot wooden fishing vessel, began taking on water about one nautical mile off … more
A successful first week has removed most of what can be seen of the first jetty to be replaced at Point Hudson. Orion Marine Contractors have been laboring both smart and hard at the … more
A massive wall on the Benton Street side of Port Townsend High School is in the process of a colorful makeover. The 220-foot-long mural has built a level of intrigue from many a passerby, watching … more
  Tyler Street plaza will soon look a lot brighter at night once a new lighting installation is set up in the square. Starting Monday, Oct. 10, workers will install six steel lighting … more
Partnering with East Jefferson Fire Rescue, Jefferson County Historical Society’s First Friday Speaker Series resumes with “Wildland Firefighting with Amanda Monthei.” Monthei … more
The city of Port Townsend is inviting the community to share their thoughts and opinions on the future of the Port Townsend Golf Course and Mountain View Commons on Blaine Street. The process … more
The the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminder crabbers that their Puget Sound summer crab catch record cards are due by Oct. 1. Come up empty this summer season? Doesn't … more
The Hoh Indian Tribe is one of 16 federally recognized Tribes that have been selected by the Department of Justice to participate in the continued expansion of the Tribal Access Program for National … more
A quick burst of blazes kept East Jefferson Fire Rescue busy last Thursday with two unrelated fires in the district. Just after midnight, neighbors called 911 reporting flames coming from a … more
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