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Sail-by to cap Wooden Boat Festival weekend in Port Townsend

Sail-by to cap Wooden Boat Festival weekend in Port Townsend

Finale of three-day Port Townsend festival also to feature boatbuilding challenge.

Sail-by to cap Wooden Boat Festival weekend in Port Townsend

Wooden Boat Festival a new class for Port Townsend students

Most were freshmen and Maritime Discovery Schools curriculum students.

Wooden Boat Festival offers education, entertainment in Port Townsend

Wooden Boat Festival offers education, entertainment in Port Townsend

All festival activities are centered around the Northwest Maritime Center at 431 Water St.

Wooden Boat Festival offers education, entertainment in Port Townsend

‘Pit-to-pier’ project appears dead

Thorndyke Resources had until Aug. 26 to file an appeal to a ruling, but no such appeal has been filed.

State back in court over education funding case

State back in court over education funding case

The state and the group that’s suing it are grappling over whether the state has complied with the McCleary decision.

State back in court over education funding case
Ted Pike

Wooden Boat Foundation to present awards tonight in Port Townsend

The community spirit award will go to Ted Pike posthumously for his volunteer work while Tad Roberts will get a lifetime achievement award.

Ted Pike

Variety promised at Crafts by the Dock Fair in Port Townsend

This weekend’s downtown fair to feature artists from all over the Pacific Northwest.

Beachwatchers and birders wanted for coastal observation and seabird survey team

The COASST training provides volunteers with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources.

Coyle’s Concert in the Woods series continues this weekend with Folk duo Curtis & Loretta

Coyle’s Concert in the Woods series continues this weekend with Folk duo Curtis & Loretta

Curtis & Loretta, a folk duo from Minnesota that’s performed in Coyle before, returns with many their proficiency in multiple instruments.

Coyle’s Concert in the Woods series continues this weekend with Folk duo Curtis & Loretta
Former Centrum artist returns with Resident Bird exhibit this weekend

Former Centrum artist returns with Resident Bird exhibit this weekend

John Hilmer’s art features original paintings, prints and graphic experiments which celebrate his migratory journeys.

Former Centrum artist returns with Resident Bird exhibit this weekend

Frantic woman calls family from trunk of car before death

Montana woman, found dead near Spokane International Airport, contacted family after her abduction.

Girl on bike sues after off-duty officer throws her down

Girl on bike sues after off-duty officer throws her down

Caught on surveillance video, the 2014 encounter with the girl, who is black, drew outrage.

Girl on bike sues after off-duty officer throws her down

ISSUES OF FAITH: A prayer for students to grow in stature, God’s favor

Both Luke and Samuel did so, and I hope returning pupils can as well.

Keying up the finale … multi-Grammy nominee Fred Hersch takes the stage at Olympic Music Festival this weekend

Keying up the finale … multi-Grammy nominee Fred Hersch takes the stage at Olympic Music Festival this weekend

The 33rd season of the Olympic Music Festival concludes this weekend with one of artistic director Julio Elizalde’s top five pianists.

Keying up the finale … multi-Grammy nominee Fred Hersch takes the stage at Olympic Music Festival this weekend
Master gardeners to host festival in Sequim on Saturday

Master gardeners to host festival in Sequim on Saturday

Gardeners will present information about composting and winter gardening in the Pacific Northwest.

Master gardeners to host festival in Sequim on Saturday

Washington attorney general seeks legislation banning assault weapons

Bob Ferguson said Wednesday he’ll ask lawmakers to introduce a bill next year to prohibit the sale of semi-automatic weapons with certain military-style features.