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Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported by public health officials Tuesday in Jefferson County. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a total of 170 people have tested positive for the … more
The marine algae in shellfish that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) are declining in many areas of Jefferson County and health officials recently lifted bans on recreational shellfish … more
The Port Townsend Main Street Promotion Committee has launched its 2020 holiday program, with an extended Small Business Saturday that lasts throughout the following week. Officials said that by … more
Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported by public health officials Monday afternoon in Jefferson County. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a total of 167 people have tested positive … more
Jefferson County's first fatality from COVID-19 appears to have been a resident at Avamere at Port Townsend. Avamere, the company that operates the Port Townsend senior care facility, declined to … more
The number of COVID-19 cases in Jefferson County has climbed to 164, according to the Washington State Department of Health. The new cases, reported Sunday, added four additional COVID-19 … more
A 45-year-old Brinnon man was charged with driving under the influence after the Washington State Patrol said the man caused a head-on collision south of Hoodsport Sunday that left four people … more
A 68-year-old Nordland man was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after he drove off the road on Highway 116 on Marrowstone Island and hit a tree Saturday afternoon. The man was … more
The Chimacum School District will put a property tax levy measure before voters in February to pay for educational programs and operations. The four-year levy is a replacement measure for a … more
John Paul Beckmeyer’s request for a speedy trial on charges of first-degree murder were dashed Friday after Jefferson County Superior Court Judge Keith Harper announced he had canceled all … more
Eight new cases of COVID-19 were reported by public health officials Friday in Jefferson County. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a total of 160 people have tested positive for the … more
The third time wasn’t so charming for a group of alleged burglars hoping to relieve Fat Smitty’s restaurant of some low-hanging cash. Three men and a woman were arrested early … more
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