BUSINESS BRIEFS: WorkSource moves to Port Townsend … and other items

PORT TOWNSEND — WorkSource announced that it has temporarily moved from its prior Port Hadlock location to 915 N. Sheridan St.

The move is intended to improve access to employment and training services in Jefferson County.

The new location is temporary for 18 months until a new permanent facility is secured.

“This temporary move makes sense,” said Margaret Hess, WorkSource center administrator.

“It’s in-town, on the transit line and near other agencies that serve the same customers,” she continued.

The new center also offers free use of computers, internet and Wi-Fi access, copiers, phones and paper for employment-related activities.

Those in search of a job can call 360-379-4401.

Employers can reach a business representative by contacting 360-337-4812 or [email protected]

For more information, visit

KONP talk guests

PORT ANGELES — Here is this week’s schedule for the 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk show segment onKONP radio, at 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and on the internet outside the Port Angeles area.

Station General Manager Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday through Thursday segments.

This week’s scheduled lineup:

• Monday: NJROTC (Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) Captain Jon Picker with Cadets: ErinEdwards, commanding officer of Roughrider company and the armed drill team coordinator, Ben Yesiki,color guard team coordinator and Makayla Peabody, unarmed drill team commander. They will bediscussing an upcoming competition in Port Angeles involving seven high schools.

Mark Schildknecht, Steve Deutermann and Eric Miner from the Marine Corps League’s Mount OlympusDetachment 897, discussing their community involvement, scholarships and member recruitment.

• Tuesday:

Olympic Medical Center: Kara Urnes, MD, FACC, Cardiologist, Medical Director, Olympic Medical HeartCenter and Leonard Anderson, M.Ed., Manager, Olympic Medical Heart Center giving an Olympic MedicalHeart Center Update.

Environmental filmmaker Shelly Solomon, discusses her film “Ebb and Flow,” the film tells the historicallyimportant story of an immigrant Japanese family and their vital role in helping to save the west coast oystershellfish farming industry from collapse in the early 1900’s.

• Wednesday:

City of Port Angeles Director of Parks and Recreation Cory Delikat discusses the Adopt-a-Bench Program.

• Thursday:

Director of the Clallam Public Defender’s Office Harry Gasnick will be discussing mental health issues incriminal justice.

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