On July 10, The Leader published the story of a wolf hybrid dog who had been dragged behind a car and the resulting interactions between two local animal rescue organizations. Two days later, the owner of the dog, whom The Leader chose not to name in the first story, came to the Leader office to address harsh online critics.
So far, the nays have it. With apologies for the unscientific nature of The Leader’s social media poll and with proper allowance for the tendency of the aggrieved to be more vocal than the knights who say “...meh…” it looks like lasers have not won the hearts of Jefferson County.
It is a zen ritual of sorts as Robert Monica loads a .308 caliber cartridge into his Howa rifle, closes the sliding bolt, peers through his scope at the target 100 yards away and gently squeezes the trigger. “You’ve got to calm down and forget everything,” he said. “You can’t be thinking about anything else.”
After six months of intense rehearsals, cellist Pamela Roberts and pianist Sheila Harwood are ready to make their debut as Fauna Vivace.
With gorgeous views of Port Townsend Bay, long summer days and a slew of talented musicians, the 2019 Concerts on the Dock series will be one to remember, said Mari F. Mullen, Port Townsend Main Street Program, executive director.
Following The Leader’s June 26 story on parking enforcement within the city of Port Townsend, the city’s business owners, employees and customers had no shortage of opinions to offer about the availability of parking spaces in Port Townsend, and very few of them were pleased about it.
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT Wednesday, July 17 Strait Scoop. 5-8 p.m., Port Townsend Brewery, 330 10th St. Mystery Bay String Band. 5:30-7:30 p.m., Old Alcohol Plant, 310 Hadlock Bay Rd, Port Hadlock. Blues Wednesday. 6 p.m. Discovery Bay Brewing, 948 N. Park Ave.
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT Wednesday, July 10 Cort Armstrong Trio. 5:30-7:30 p.m., Old Alcohol Plant, 310 Hadlock Bay Rd, Port Hadlock. Blues Wednesday. 6 p.m. Discovery Bay Brewing, 948 N Park Ave.