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All you folks who appreciate music, of all kinds, are probably already knowledgeable about the organization named “Music Aid Northwest”. Then again, I suggest many of us are not that well … more
The Kiwanis motto is Serving the Children of the World. Most clubs work very hard to make their communities the best they can be, along with focusing on helping their children.   As one might … more
Today, I’ve decided to step up and try to fill the role of The Leader’s funny page. AQUABRANDING: The name Mountain View Pool — and even its MVP nickname — sounds a bit flat, so this … more
Regular readers may recall that I have been waging my own personal war against a rugged bout with sciatica. The good news is that I may be winning or maybe I just held on long enough. In any case, … more
On July 12, 250 or so of community members, press, marine tradespeople, and elected officials gathered in a standing-room-only meeting at the Northwest Maritime Center instead of making merry at … more
If you were ever in a book club, (or will be), “you have seen this movie.” Heck, I saw it in my high school English class! BJ is in a club with 7-8 other women. They meet monthly to discuss a … more
I thought it was going to be a wedding from the very start. (BJ actually knew it was going to be a wedding.) What person throws a party at the Beach Club just to celebrate summer? Nobody, that’s … more
Over the past decade, I experienced the loss of my home in a Southern California wildfire, the collapse of a business after the economic crisis in 2008-2009, and my future as an educator melt away … more
Running unopposed does not mean you get a free ride. Ballots were mailed to more than 27,000 already-registered voters in Jefferson County this week for the 2018 Primary Election. Those nearly … more
There are many little known pockets of magic scattered throughout our community. One of these hidden treasures is the Kah Tai Prairie Preserve.Nestled on the grounds of the Port Townsend Golf Club is … more
Sitting in his comfortable Port Ludlow home, Tony Brenna recalls vividly being tied up and tossed into the back on a bloody army truck in Uganda, terrified he was going to be shot and fed to dictator … more
There are many little known pockets of magic scattered throughout our community. One of these hidden treasures is the Kah Tai Prairie Preserve. Nestled on the grounds of the Port Townsend Golf … more
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