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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
December is the busiest month of the year for the Port Townsend Kiwanis Club, with multiple projects happening during the first 18 days. It is also the most joyous, as helping children have a happy … more
The Christmas light displays are multiplying, with Cressy Lane leading the way as all the houses there seem to have some lights on. For the second year in a row, the son and daughter-in-law of … more
Public meetings this coming week in Port Townsend and Jefferson County include: Wednesday, Dec. 7 Port Townsend Arts Commission. 3 p.m. City Hall, first-floor conference room, 250 Madison … more
Your first time in China, don’t be surprised when you open your phone and try to share your travel photos and there’s no Facebook connection. You want to vent your indignation on Twitter. Boom! … more
The process for making a campground reservation at Fort Worden State Park is changing in 2017. Although Fort Worden is treated as a unique park in the state system, effective in late February … more
Port Townsend is known for its scenery, quirky festivals and small-town hospitality. Some visitors tour for a day of eating and shopping; some arrive by boat, RV and bicycle to stay for a week. While … more
Thanksgiving is over, so it is now permissible in all 50 states to play Christmas music, although being capable of singing out loud may be left to carolers, says a loyal reader of Port Townsend … more
It is time to decorate, even in the rain, wind and fog. At least that is what we have been trying to do. I finally bought some LED lights to replace the conglomeration I have collected and inherited … more
There are many reasons why most of us regular guys and gals are not cut out to be a basketball coach. One of those reasons is deciding who plays and who does not. Some seasons it is easy: A team … more
So, Leader readers ask, what's the difference between a columnist and a blogger? And the Leader answers: not much. The primary difference: Columnists are paid contributors; bloggers post for their … more
David Whitney’s letter in the Dec. 30 issue makes the case that local churches should not pay property taxes because “they more than pay their way.” I think the premise of Mr. Whitney’s … more
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