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Washington State Ferries is also suspending reservations for a third day in case construction work takes longer than expected.
Dr. Pete Schroeder was given the Eleanor Stopps Award for helping to protect the marine environment of the Salish Sea.
Local, state and federal agencies are trying to discover who dumped the bags and currently have no leads.
Officials look to dispell rumors while an online petition shows hundreds against idea of sale.
The Ron Colby film focuses on the city and the surrounding communities and features many local businesses.
34th annual race to feature human-powered kooky creations that move.
Neither the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office nor the county prosecuting attorney would release the names of those involved in the two-vehicle collision.
The group of community members works to strengthen the link between the department and the community and to identify problems and solutions.
Recent tests on Port Townsend’s reservoirs have discovered some blue-green algae.
Grant Street Elementary is expected to open in 2018.
Tuesday’s event was also meant to thank Clayton White, who soon will retire as campground host and maintenance manager at Quilcene Community Park and Lake Leland.
The plan targets four audiences: foodies, families, adventure travelers and romantics, with the theme of “Escape to Port Townsend.”
Both discussed the ups and downs of their acting careers, which are drastically different.
The same candidates have been invited to a candidates night in Brinnon on Monday.
The juvenile, who was not in custody Thursday, is not named because of the person’s age, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
The 0.8-mile stretch of roadway was damaged during the winter and fall due to high water levels in the Bogachiel River.
Only 20 schools in the country received the distinction from the National Education Policy Center of University of Colorado.
Stars to light up what should be a sell-out success.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is leading an ongoing investigation into Thomas G. Lorecki’s death.
Office had focused only on criminal matters while prosecuting attorney was on medical leave.