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Last year I reread John Adams, David McCullough’s marvelous biography of our second president. It seemed the right thing to do, to revisit the founding of this country and the ideals upon which … more
Trump just released his new budget for 2021, including $750 billion in Medicare cuts and $76 billion out of Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Worse yet, the budget cuts more than a trillion … more
On a peaceful Wednesday morning in the Chimacum Valley, a flock of ducks glided over still water, their reflections rippling below them until they descended with a splash into the flooded pasture of Short’s Family Farm. more
Beth Valentine loves it when she feels the connection she makes with a sixth-grader she is mentoring, knowing that as that connection grows, the younger girl is more likely to develop self-respect … more
This part of the story is for kids only: Close your eyes. Picture yourself at a playground. See yourself swinging, spinning, sliding, climbing, jumping, rolling, running. Think about crawling … more
After serving four terms as a Jefferson County Commissioner, David Sullivan announced last week he will not seek reelection to his position serving District 2. more
Inside the house Gardiner resident Ray Ketchum and his wife Diane have lived in for more than 30 years, the ground is covered with wet ash. The collapsed ceiling and exposed, burnt insulation are all that’s left of the pair’s home. more
Olympic Community Action Programs did not receive the Low-Income Housing Tax Credits the organization was depending on to move forward with the 7th and Hendricks streets low-income housing project, … more
Mike Poor first watched the reality show “Forged in Fire” when it aired in 2015. As soon as he saw it, he was hooked and couldn’t get enough. more
Changes to the Washington State Democrats’ delegate apportioning process this election cycle aim to make the state more competitive in the 2020 presidential primary. more
The Washington State Patrol has decided to fire Trooper Christopher Daigle, once a Jefferson County resident, who has been on home assignment since February 2019 while undergoing an internal investigation into his conduct. more
Parents of students in 5th to 12th grade in the Port Townsend School District will have the opportunity to review Family Life and Sexual Health (FLASH) curriculum taught at different grade … more
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