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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 marine biotoxin that causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) is lingering longer than usual in local waters, according to Jefferson County Public Health officials. Shellfish testing … more
The Washington State Department of Health has closed the Hood Canal No. 1 Growing Area for the recreational harvest of all species of shellfish after finding marine  biotoxins that cause … more
The Washington State Department of Health has closed the Hood Canal No. 1 growing area for the recreational harvest of all species of shellfish after finding marine biotoxins that cause Paralytic … more
This school year will be a strange one for students at Port Townsend High School. Most students will be taking classes entirely online, and those taking classes in person will do so in small groups … more
The Washington State Department of Health has closed Quilcene Bay and Dabob Bay for the recreational harvest of all species of shellfish due to marine biotoxins that cause paralytic shellfish … more
Marine biotoxins that cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) have continued to spread in local waters, according to officials, and the Washington State Department of Health has closed the northern … more
The Discovery Bay and Port Townsend Women’s Clubs have been in “full swing” this summer with weekly competitions, as Phase 2 restrictions allowed for golfing in foursomes, with … more
Recreational spot shrimp will reopen in Marine Areas 6, 7 West, 7 East and 9 next week, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday. Officials said the Puget Sound spot shrimp … more
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association — the primary governing authority of high school sports in the state — announced modifications to the 2020-21 sports season calendar … more
On certain afternoons throughout the summer, those walking through Fort Worden’s main campus near the upper campgrounds may hear the sound of clinking metal and cheers of “Allez!” … more
Fort Flagler, Kilisut Harbor, and Mystery Bay were ordered closed for recreational shellfish harvest Thursday after samples of shellfish were found to contain elevated levels of marine biotoxins that … more
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