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Helping young students sail through their math classes was the goal of a Grant Street Elementary field trip to tour a schooner and visit to a sailmaking shop. In the upstairs level of the Port … more
Leader Staff news@ptleader.com Two seats on the Port of Port Townsend Commission, three seats on the Port Townsend City Council, three seats on the Quilcene School Board and four seats on the … more
Jefferson County Commissioner Kate Dean and Port Townsend Mayor Deborah Stinson are featured speakers at a climate march taking place April 29 in Port Angeles. A safe climate and a prosperous … more
Gus Gustafson Chimacum, Washington April 11, 2017 Gus Gustafson died April 11, 2017. A celebration of life is planned for 1-4 p.m., Sunday, April 23 at the family home, 411 Old Anderson Lake … more
irk Boxleitner kboxleitner@ptleader.com One neighborhood’s ongoing journey toward a “spring cleaning” for its streets has yielded lessons that other communities can follow. “I ride … more
Bed-and-breakfast inns were added to a 180-day moratorium on permits for “tourist homes” at the April 17 meeting of the Port Townsend City Council. No members of the public commented on Monday … more
The April 26 deadline to comment is approaching for the Kilisut Harbor bridge project, which would remove the causeway between Marrowstone and Indian islands, along State Route 116 in Jefferson … more
Greg Graves of the Jefferson County Parks & Recreation Advisory Board explains the finer points of the Kilisut Harbor bridge project April 12. Photo by Kirk Boxleitner more
Irondale Beach could soon benefit from a new, open-ended maintenance agreement between the Friends of Chimacum Creek and Jefferson County Parks and Recreation. Matt Tyler, Parks and Recreation … more
Searchers with the National Park Service, Olympic Mountain Rescue and the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a 22-year-old Bellevue man who went missing in Olympic National Park near … more
Balancing the need to provide drinking water to thirsty livestock with the importance of ensuring that shellfish are safe for human consumption was the main thrust of a discussion at a recent … more
Vinder debuts in Port Townsend Vinder, an online community marketplace for homegrown produce, has launched in Port Townsend. Founder and CEO Sam Lillie, a group fitness instructor at Port … more
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