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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, along with other Washington state law enforcement agencies, has received numerous calls regarding employment security fraud, and noted that many of its … more
Although Gov. Jay Inslee announced May 1 that Jefferson County may be able to lift restrictions on business operations sooner than other counties in the state, representatives of the Fort Worden … more
After much consideration and discussion, the Jefferson County Fair Association has decided to cancel the 2020 Jefferson County Fair, originally scheduled for Aug. 7-9, saying it serves the best interests of the health and safety of the fair and the surrounding community. more
The Washington State Arts Commission has named Port Townsend as the state’s newest Creative District May 6. A subcommittee of the Port Townsend Creative District submitted the application … more
In a four-page document weighing the benefits and risks of loosening restrictions on businesses and social gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, Public Health Officer Tom Locke recommended the … more
As businesses restart operations after the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, the Port Townsend Water Department is reminding all building owners and managers of the importance of maintaining good water … more
Information supplied by: Jefferson Community Foundation. 201-B W. Patison St., Port Hadlock. Visit jcfgives.org, email info@jcfgives.org or call 360-385-1729. Local 2020. 1240 W. Sims Way, … more
Even in an era of social distancing, Jefferson County maritime organizations are working to teach people interested or already involved in the boating field, with as close to a hands-on education as … more
The Edensaw Community Cancer Foundation (ECCF) made a $25,000 donation to the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund at the Jefferson Community Foundation. These funds will support response and recovery … more
Two years ago, Port Townsend documentarians Shelly Solomon and Kent Cornwell profiled how the Yamashita family, Japanese immigrants to America, helped resurrect oyster farming along America’s … more
After its online debut in April, the monthly “Feel Good, Do Good” yoga program will continue in May, with an online class on May 4 to benefit the PT ReCyclery, Port Townsend’s … more
The state’s social distancing requirements have made it difficult to conduct art shows, even in communities as artsy as Port Townsend. But The Masters’ Atelier of Drawing and Painting … more
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