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Max Painter said her fly-fishing skills were nothing to write home about until she stumbled across the Port Ludlow Fly Fishers Club about seven years ago. more
Imagine yourself walking through Cappie’s trails, or sitting on the beach at Fort Flagler. What do you see? The forest floor, the gnarls of roots, the treetop canopy, Admiralty Inlet, the sand, the rocks and the waves lapping the shore. What do you hear? The wind in the trees, the waves lapping on the shore and maybe the chirping of the Hutton’s Vireo or the squawk of the common Glaucous-winged Gull. more
One of Port Townsend’s first forays into solving the affordable housing shortage is making progress, despite delays and a final pricetag three times what was expected when developers moved a finished building from Victoria, B.C., to a new site in Port Townsend. more
The state Department of Natural Resources is proposing to auction off 80 acres of forest land in Jefferson County. more
Port Townsend’s City Council on Nov. 4 approved plans for a new wastewater discharge pipe at North Beach, but that plan is now running into opposition. more
Tom Jay, who was well known for his contribution to bringing the summer chum back to Chimacum Creek, as well as for his bronze sculptures and his poetry, died on Nov. 10 after a battle with cancer. He was 76. more
Friends of the three young adults killed in a crash Nov. 11 describe them as people who had struggled through the transition to adulthood and were finding their feet. more
Meeting in special session on Nov. 12, Port Townsend’s City Council adopted several changes aiming to increase the amount of affordable housing in the city through deregulation. more
Almost a year to the date after the public hearing on Jefferson County’s first attempt to regulate shooting ranges in Jefferson County, many of the faces at the hearing on this year’s … more
Approaching the solstice, each day, dark comes earlier. But for students at Sunfield Farm and Waldorf School, the coming of winter is a time to celebrate. more
The Leader’s newsroom is gaining a new but familiar face to the community. more
The passage of anti-tax activist Tim Eyman’s Initiative 976, which will limit the annual license fees for vehicles at $30, will not have an effect on the proposal to build a roundabout at the state Route 104/Paradise Bay/Shine Road intersection. more
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