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Port Townsend, Washington is located in Jefferson County. Zip codes in Port Townsend, WA include 98368. The median home price in Port Townsend is $299,000 which is roughly $178/per square foot. More Port Townsend information.

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WHEN YOU GET home delivery of the Peninsula Daily News, the digital comes free. Subscribers to the print PDN enjoy free "all-digital access" including: eEdition - our electronic page-by-page replica of the print edition.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Bainbridge Island Review

BIMA receives award of excellence for exhibit

The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art was recently presented with the 2014 Award of Project Excellence from the Washington Museum Association for the ongoing interactive exhibit "The Conversation of Art."

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Sat Jul 05, 2014

Peninsula Daily News

Ex-Brothers Four artist to give two concerts in...

Singer/songwriter and storyteller Mark Pearson will perform two times this week - once in Coyle and once in Port Townsend.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

Vashon Loop

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Swindler is a fresh take on deep pocket groove with a penchant for intricate fusion and improv magic.

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Peninsula Daily News

State population estimates: Port Angeles loses residents while Port Townsend grows

Port Angeles was the only North Olympic Peninsula city to lose population from 2013 to 2014, dropping 30 people, or 0.16 percent, according to population estimates released this week by the state Office of Financial Management.

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Peninsula Daily News

Fourth of July fireworks - when you can blow things up on the...

Clallam County maintenance workers Gary Menkal and Todd Bryant post bunting on the front of the county courthouse in Port Angeles on Monday morning in preparation for Independence Day on Friday.

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Tue Jul 01, 2014

South Whidbey Record

Tokitae Dives Into Rough Waters

Ramps on the state's new 144-car ferry, Tokitae, which entered service Monday, may be too steep for some cars and cause them to scrape their undercarriages.

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Seattle Times

Capitol Statuary: Responses support keeping current state representatives

I received a number of written responses over the weekend to a callout by editorial writer Jonathan Martin in an editorial and in the Opinion Northwest blog asking, "Who should stand in Statuary Hall in D.C.?" All supported keeping the current statues in place.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The return of 'Mr. Floatie,' falsetto-voiced symbol of Victoria sewage

The appearance of "Mr. Floatie," a young man dressed as a 6-foot-tall turd and speaking in a falsetto voice, did as much as anything to get Victoria-area city fathers off the pot on a plan to treat sewage from cities at the south end of Vancouver Island.

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Kitsap Sun

Michael C. Moore | Viewpoint: Rain or no rain, Olympic Music Festival is as can't-miss as ever

One thing Alan Iglitzin knows for sure after the June 28 opening-day concert kicking off the 31st season of the Olympic Music Festival: The new roof works.

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Sun Jun 29, 2014

The Olympian

Hundreds of classic cars take part in Shelton show

The 1976 AMC Pacer sedan owned by Brandon Furrer's grandfather still gathers a crowd at car events, including the 14th annual Mason County Historical Society Car Show Sunday in downtown Shelton.

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Sat Jun 28, 2014

Peninsula Daily News

Centrum fetes singing siblings, polka dots Saturday

NOTE: "Today" and "tonight" refer to Friday, June 27. PORT TOWNSEND -- Listen as people who were raised with the same accent, the same phrasing and intonation, and the same genes blend their voices like coffee and cream.

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Peninsula Daily News

Crab feed, vegetarian potluck among offerings on Peninsula

NOTE: "Today" and "tonight" refer to Friday, June 27. A children's theater audition, a crab feed and a vegetarian potluck are among events planned on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend.

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Peninsula Daily News

Discover garden secrets around Port Angeles in Petals and Pathways Garden Tour on Saturday

THE PUBLIC CAN visit seven gardens on the Master Gardeners' annual Petals and Pathways tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend production featuring John Considine looks at...

Two actors develop a relationship as their opposing career paths collide over the course of an repertory theatre season - all in 90 minutes.

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Peninsula Daily News

Evening cruises to see puffins set sail July 4 from Port Townsend

The summer's evening puffin cruises begin on the Fourth of July. The three-hour cruises around Protection Island in the mouth of Discovery Bay are planned Fridays and Saturdays - July 4-5, 11-12, 18-19 and 25-26, and Aug. 1-2.

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Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend Summer Band opens its 2014 season Sunday

Stirring music ranging from Italian opera to ragtime will fill Chetzemoka Park during the Port Townsend Summer Band's first outdoor concert this season at 3 p.m. Sunday.

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Peninsula Daily News

Wild Rose Chorale to give regards to Broadway on Saturday in Port Townsend

The Wild Rose Chorale is serving up a buffet of Broadway hits with this weekend's performance of "Give My Regards to Broadway," a lavish song-and-dance set.

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Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend artist to exhibit his work at Bainbridge Island museum starting Saturday

An exhibition of the quirky art of Port Townsend painter Max Grover opens this Saturday at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, 550 E. Winslow Way.

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Peninsula Daily News

Shift gears to cruise into Port Townsend for car show Saturday

At least 200 cars, trucks and motorcycles are expected to shine in Memorial Field at 550 Washington St. during the 11th annual Rakers Car Show on Saturday.

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