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Blue Heron students Ian Rose and Tommy Magee retained their laser-like focus on their robots, small enough to fit in their palms with room to spare, as they applied different colors of magic markers … more
Leader news staffnews@ptleader.com   With other public library systems throughout the state, and across the country, choosing to boycott Macmillan eBooks, the City of Port Townsend Public … more
The Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building had a rare double launch from Point Hudson on the afternoon on Dec. 9, as two separate building crews of students, alumni and instructors celebrated the … more
What was once the Port Townsend Community Orchestra is now the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra, and beyond simply changing its name, the group is aiming to demonstrate to its listeners that it has … more
Visitors to Fort Worden might have noted the ongoing fruits of its latest windfall, even if it made their paths through the state park slightly less convenient. Fort Worden was recently awarded … more
As the days grow shorter and colder, the prospect of an extended drive from Brinnon or Quilcene to the Jefferson County Library in Port Hadlock is likely to seem less appealing. But the Jefferson … more
Warm-up exercises are standard practice for professional athletes, but illustrator Dana Sullivan gets artists limbered-up, too, with warm-up sketches before class starts. From Oct. 1 through Nov. … more
Jeremiah Satterlee Transportation Coordinator Leanne Maki-VanBerkom has nominated Quilcene High School freshman Jeremiah Satterlee for Student of the Week. The son of Anita Satterlee and Wolf … more
Two forums in Port Townsend and one in Chimacum will give local voters a chance to take the measure of neighbors running for seats on the Port Townsend City Council, the Port Commission and Chimacum … more
The Port Townsend High School Students for Sustainability are organizing a walk-out from school to take part in a global climate strike Sept. 20. PTHS students will walk from their classrooms to … more
At their world championship last month, they struggled with technical problems, but came away with some valuable lessons, which is why the Sea Dragons have been the pride of Port Townsend, win or lose. more
Between an outgoing principal offering an impassioned plea for fair news coverage and several student speakers who exhorted their peers to dare to dream big, the Chimacum High School graduating class … more
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