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With summer finally here and the nice sunny weather, the Kiwanis Club of Port Townsend is busy working on a number of fun projects, all designed to raise funds for some very deserving youth and … more
The time is 1939. The place is the Mashford Brothers Shipyard in England. The event is the laying of the keel for the sloop Felicity Ann. This weekend, the 23-foot-long sloop will be in Port Ludlow … more
It was a cold, rainy, sleety, windy weekend at the DoubleTree Hotel at Sea-Tac. (My writing mentor Milt Lum loves it when I start a column that way.) Thank goodness the weekend activities were all … more
As the coach for the Port Townsend High School cross country team, I write weekly updates for the Leader. I have found this to be a frustrating experience. Initially, my write-ups were reconstructed … more
“I don’t watch TV. I have a fireplace.”That funny line comes from “Lou Grant,” Mary Tyler Moore’s CBS newsroom comedy, uttered by an elderly lady to Ed Asner’s Grant, the TV station … more
You probably don’t really feel saturated. However, today is the day that Port Ludlow is being saturated - with The Leader! Every household with a Port Ludlow address should be getting a copy of … more
For many of us, the end of summer also marks the end, or almost the end, of the stream of family, friends and assorted hangers-on coming to visit. Most of the time, it is much fun and a time for … more
TRUE TALES OF THE BUREAU: The FBI has been in the news a lot lately. The FBI wasn’t always seen in such a positive light by many of us, and a PT resident has an interesting story along those … more
OK, I may be unduly optimistic, but it sure felt like spring last week, for a day or so anyway. Nancy Leeds of the Port Townsend Rotary Club showed up at the East Jefferson Rotary Club lunch selling … more
4-H offers a training in “Pursing Justice” for high school students on Saturday, Dec. 10. The event set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Jefferson County Courthouse in Port Townsend is part of 4-H’s … more
Our corner of the world is wondrous, isn’t it? I just love the Olympic Peninsula. There’s no other place like it. One of the things I appreciate most is how the land we live on is such a deep … more
Editor’s note: Tim Caldwell served as a founding board member of the Fort Worden Public Development Authority and currently works in Guest Services at the fort, a position that includes researching … more
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