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Fort Worden Public Development Authority wrestles with recovery plan

‘You’re going to have the fits and starts’

Forks gears up for new ‘Twilight’ book release

Forks gears up for new ‘Twilight’ book release

Decision expected Aug. 1 on whether September festival will go on

Forks gears up for new ‘Twilight’ book release
School districts weigh graduation options
School districts weigh graduation options

Port Townsend extends timeline for decision on banked capacity funds

The Port Townsend City Council has unanimously approved a resolution that would extend the timeline for a decision on the potential expenditure… Continue reading

Semi wreck in Quilcene closes road for hours

Semi wreck in Quilcene closes road for hours

A wrecked semi blocked all traffic on U.S. Highway 101 and Leland Cutoff road at 8 a.m this morning and at 5:30 p.m.,… Continue reading

Semi wreck in Quilcene closes road for hours
Investors donate solar panels to Jefferson County airport

Investors donate solar panels to Jefferson County airport

The Jefferson Solar Group has donated its array of solar panels to the Port of Port Townsend and the Jefferson County International… Continue reading

Investors donate solar panels to Jefferson County airport

Jefferson County PUD creating new WiFi hotspots

Jefferson County Public Utility District is creating WiFi hotspots and charging stations across the county to give individuals and families access to… Continue reading

Port of PT floats moderate recovery plan

Commissioners expect the Port of Port Townsend to lose $1,037,895 in 2020 under a plan mapped by staff members. Port commissioners agreed… Continue reading

2020 Census final deadline extended to Oct. 31

More than half of Peninsula has already responded

Benji Project offers free teen counseling during stay-home order

The Benji Project is offering free online sessions for Jefferson County teens who are feeling the stress of staying at home during… Continue reading

Chimacum School District considering staff reductions

The Chimacum School Board has approved the idea of a reduction of certified staff, including teachers, for the 2020-21 school year, if needed.… Continue reading

Port Townsend City Council to hold off on spending $908,000

Timeline extended on decision following annexation into East Jefferson Fire District

Wheel-In Motor Movie wagon wheel stolen

$500 reward, lifetime pass to drive-in theater offered for information

Faith communities find ways to celebrate holidays virtually

Faith communities find ways to celebrate holidays virtually

Faith communities across the North Olympic Peninsula are marking Holy Week in innovative ways while observing social distancing and the state stay-home order during the… Continue reading

Faith communities find ways to celebrate holidays virtually
Port of Port Townsend delays late fees
Port of Port Townsend delays late fees
‘Flushable’ wipes clog sewer pipes, officials say

‘Flushable’ wipes clog sewer pipes, officials say

So-called flushable wipes are actually not flushable and can clog sewer pipes and pumps, the city of Port Townsend said in a… Continue reading

‘Flushable’ wipes clog sewer pipes, officials say
Port Townsend Marine Science Center prepares for BioBlitz in May

Port Townsend Marine Science Center prepares for BioBlitz in May

Science project asks citizens to document species through app

Port Townsend Marine Science Center prepares for BioBlitz in May