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The owner of animals seized from a property in Gardiner has entered into a court contract restricting her to one animal. Nataliya Nivens… Continue reading
The man whose body was recovered from the water near Irondale has been identified by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, but the cause… Continue reading
The Howard Street extension project is underway, with most of the progress so far underground. “A lot of the initial work is… Continue reading
Quilcene Elementary School has honored 23 students for perfect attendance so far this year. “We’ve really been working on attendance,” said Principal Gary… Continue reading
A major impact on tourism to the North Olympic Peninsula is expected to be the rehabilitation of U.S. Highway 101 around Lake… Continue reading
“We’re in the fourth year and a four-year levy with $2 million,” one school board member said. “That means we’ve done everything pretty cost-effectively.”
The $6 million renovation of Building 202 at Fort Worden State Park broke ground last year and is a significant upgrade over the college’s old location.
“However, whether we get that money is dependent on the Legislature appropriating those funds in the next legislative session,” the executive director says.
The refinance will lower the county’s interest rates, saving the county and JeffCom 911 a combined $153,307 over 14 years, the county treasurer said.
Applicants in historic buildings can get $1,000 to $40,000 through a low interest loan in Port Townsend Main Street HUD program.
The public, students and staff are invited from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for a brief ceremony, refreshments and a view of the remodeled building in Fort Worden State Park.
Candidates for the remainder of Cammy Brown’s term will be sought after she resigned her position for personal family reasons.
This particular draft has summaries of revenue and expenses across the entire organization.
The new 50,000-square-foot building will host a new emergency room, medical short-stay areas — including cancer treatment units — and more space for specialty clinicians.
Investigators are still awaiting the results of an autopsy.
The City Council will receive a briefing on the plan at today’s meeting at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 540 Water St.
The counties’ election offices are bracing for a busy few weeks as the Nov. 8 voting cutoff date approaches.
The Ajax Cafe is looking to overhaul its septic system after Jefferson County ordered the restaurant to close so it could do just that.
“It was a little more horsepower than this boat could handle, and the steering wasn’t there,” the boat owner said.