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We’ve had more snow around here lately than in many years. Stores closed, no mail, etc. But, as my wife keeps pointing out, it’s nothing compared to what we dealt with when we lived in … more
Virgil said we should “look with favour upon a bold beginning.” Last week was not the beginning of winter, but it sure was bold with wind, snow, cold and some widespread irritation of … more
A heartwarming column seems appropriate for the month of February, so I’m going to share a story of inspiration, connection and community in which a big-hearted family has teamed up for the love of the land and wildlife. more
Recently I received more evidence of the “help others” spirit prevailing in this area. Peter Joseph sent me the following email which I could have edited but figured I could not have said it better: more
Like many in Port Townsend, as the locals say, we get out of Dodge every winter. We’re just back from paradisiacal Sonoma County after a month away. more
A couple of grandsons can cause a lot of activity in just a short holiday weekend. The schools were closed to celebrate the birthday and accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr., so our daughter … more
You know winter is here because the days are wetter and shorter, although they are now on the way to getting longer. You also know it’s winter because most of the “snowbirds” have … more
You may have seen the story last week about the man who crashed a plane in Irondale and walked away with minor injuries. Been there, done that. Twice. I’m truly glad the pilot was unhurt, … more
Great and closely contested high school basketball games they were not. Last Friday’s boys game between the Chimacum Cowboys and the Klahowya Eagles was a blowout, at least the critical … more
For the past few months, I’ve been hearing from readers about their interest in the Looking Back column that has appeared in previous editions of The Leader. It’s an important part of … more
These pages each week are meant to be read with consistency. Consider a table of contents: News stories will be on the front and additional pages inside the section. Sports will be on the back cover. … more
The new year, the opportunity for you to get rudely awakened by participating in one of the several polar plunges available for the more adventurous and less temperature-sensitive folks. At least … more
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