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The Roboctopi, Port Townsend’s own robotics team, followed their win April 1-2 with another victory in the district competition at Eastern Washington University (EWU) April 6-8, earning them an … more
Stephen Hermanson remembered how his brother Eric loved his cat, Handy. The cat remained near 57-year-old Eric Paul Hermanson after he died in a house fire early Saturday morning, April 8, Hermanson … more
As Mike Hammers was honored as the Elk of the Year by fellow members of the Port Townsend Elks Lodge 317, a theme became apparent: “He volunteered.” David Sather, past exalted ruler of the … more
The swooping roof taking shape on a new dwelling atop Port Townsend’s Morgan Hill has some people calling it the “spaceship” or “eyebrow” house. Designed as “organic” architecture in … more
Celeste Bennett has bowed out of consideration as chair of the Jefferson County Democrats, leaving Marty Gilmore as the lone vetted candidate. Bennett and Gilmore had been set to square off in an … more
The 20th annual AAUW/UWF Kitchen Tour “Kitchens Bay to Bay,” scheduled for 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, April 22, features nine kitchens in the Kala Point, Woodland Hills and Discovery Bay … more
There’s a new copper cupola atop the old Elks Building in downtown Port Townsend. David Hero, who co-owns the Silverwater Cafe, housed in the building, is “pretty much done” with the … more
Otto Gershon of the Hebraic Assembly of Port Angeles is to teach free Hebrew classes starting Wednesday, April 19 at the Better Living Center, 1505 Franklin St., Port Townsend. Classes are … more
UPDATE at 3:34 p.m. Sunday: Power has been restored to all by one customer, according to the latest PUD map. UPDATE at 5 p.m. Friday: Jefferson County PUD is reporting 1,400 customers experiencing … more
Boyer Towing’s shipment of 1 million board feet, or approximately 7,000 tons, of logs from Vancouver Island to Coos Bay, Oregon, was forced to make a stop in Discovery Bay, where it spent a week. … more
Greg Englin, who started in the new position of director of operations and business development in September, has been making the rounds, meeting tenants, and assessing needs and wants. Two … more
Patrick J. Sullivan, psullivan@ptleader.com The latest fundraising chapter in the ongoing restoration of the Hamilton-Worthington mansion in Quilcene adds a personal touch to the ambitious … more
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