Zach Jablonski

Amendments pass for Master Planned Resort near Brinnon

Golf course, community center now included in Phase 1

 

Commissioners to hear residents in Chimacum

The Jefferson County commissioners’ special meeting today has been moved from Port Hadlock to Chimacum Fire Station. This is the second of a… Continue reading

 

Deficit approved in 2019-20 Port Townsend schools budget

McCleary fix blamed; district eyes other funds

 

Paddle to Lummi lands in Port Townsend

A contingent of paddlers on the Paddle to Lummi landed at Fort Worden on traditional S’Klallam land with wind, rain and a… Continue reading

Primary ballots mailed to registered voters

Law changes in legislative sessions include dates, deadlines for registration, voting

$1 million deficit predicted for Chimacum schools budget

Comment, discussion planned at July 24 meeting

Chimacum School Board candidates discuss declining enrollment

District 3 position only Jefferson County race on Aug. 6 primary ballot

CHIP receives $200,000 grant to improve mental health services

Rural Communities Opioid Response grant good through May 31, 2020 in Jefferson County

Chimacum School District candidate forum set for tonight

League of Woman Voters of Jefferson County to host event

Drowning victim identified as Tacoma man

77-year-old was found near near Hood Canal Bridge

Second Annual Pride in the Park is Saturday

Theme of Port Townsend event is ‘Stonewall to the Salish Sea’

Drowning victim recovered from water near Hood Canal Bridge

77-year-old was Kitsap County resident; Jefferson agencies respond

New trooper assigned to Port Townsend area

A new State Patrol trooper has been assigned to Port Townsend. Rachel Kemp was among the 41 new troopers sworn in on… Continue reading

Quilcene names new fire chief

Community can meet Montone at Saturday barbecue

Ninaa Ootakii towed off Beckett Point Beach

80-foot schooner needed six months of repairs after being blown ashore

Fireworks sales start; banned in Port Townsend

Consumer fireworks for the Fourth of July can be sold in Washington state beginning today. Sales will run from noon to 11… Continue reading

Glamping construction bond approved for Fort Worden

The Fort Worden Public Development Authority board unanimously approved Wednesday a $2 million bond through Kitsap Bank to build glamping facilities. The… Continue reading

Nonagenarian climbs ladder up cliff to safety after fall

90-year-old man unharmed after plunge on Marrowstone Island