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The city of Port Townsend’s completed new striping along Water Street has a design to catch any driver’s attention. The striping consists of dotted lines, arrows, solid lines, colors and more, … more
Over the past few decades, there has been an accumulation of evidence indicating that human activities are endangering the ecosystems and beauties of the world that we inevitably rely on. Locally, … more
Port Townsend is getting less safe. The Boiler Room is closing - it originally served as a place for troubled youth, but became a day shelter for the homeless. Its board members recently … more
The plight of a grieving orca who continues to carry her dead calf for weeks is reported by the Seattle Times. The Spokane Spokesman-Review lets people know for the first time the Legislature is … more
It isn’t that easy to drop everything in the middle of the week and fly to Washington. If you’re a community newspaper publisher, going anywhere in the middle of the week is a challenge. That is … more
As a number of our readers have seen, there have been some changes to The Leader during the last several months. Changes we believe are important for our readers to be aware of.In the June 6 issue of … more
During the weekend, Jefferson County families and friends celebrated as students said goodbye to their high school lives and started the next chapter into adulthood.For some, that next chapter means … more
The Leader is pleased to announce it will be adding new information our readers can look forward to reading each week.As you will see in today’s paper on page A9, we will now include results of … more
The Port of Port Townsend has been against the wall with financial troubles while trying to balance fixing a failing jetty and answering to the public about how the port is going to proceed.During … more
This year marks the 83rd year of the Rhododendron Festival in Port Townsend – a tradition all locals should be proud of.And, an important tradition to keep going.In the weeks leading up to the … more
Many candidates have announced their plans to run as elected officials for different seats throughout Jefferson County.Beginning on Monday, those who have announced will have to officially file to … more
It’s good to see our city leaders don’t treat their political timelines like our president. They take the time to learn, instead of tweeting for instant gratification. As elected officials, it … more
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