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A historic tugboat is under demolition at the Port Townsend Boat Haven, to the dismay of local boat restoration enthusiasts. more
Port Townsend Mayor Deborah Stinson reported the city had, as of July 8, a signed offer letter in hand from “our preferred candidate,” John Mauro, for the position of city manager, and she looks forward to finalizing the contract, for his and the City Council’s approval, as soon as possible. more
Jefferson County Department of Community Development has hired a new code compliance coordinator after the position was vacant for 10 years. more
So far, the nays have it. With apologies for the unscientific nature of The Leader’s social media poll and with proper allowance for the tendency of the aggrieved to be more vocal than the knights who say “...meh…” it looks like lasers have not won the hearts of Jefferson County. more
The story of a wolf hybrid dog found nearly dead after he was apparently dragged behind a car, may lead to new county policies surrounding the care and transport of stray and injured animals. more
Jefferson Healthcare launched the first Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program in the county on June 25. more
Those who live near the Jefferson County Sportsmen’s Association—currently the only operating gun range in the county—now have one day of quiet each week. more
The Washington State Department of Health announced today that due to dangerous levels of biotoxins, shellfish farming of clams, oysters, mussels, geoduck and scallops has been suspended on … more
For Kris Nelson, Wednesday, June 26 was just another day at work. The owner of Sirens Pub, the Old Whiskey Mill, and Alchemy Bistro and Wine Bar in Port Townsend knew it was her anniversary with her boyfriend, Carlos Henriquez-El Bachatu, but he lives in Toronto and she expected they would be apart. more
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Five members of the Discovery Bay Women’s Golf Club had the honor of traveling to Norway during the first week of June to help celebrate the centennial birthday and Norwegian ancestry of one of their club members. more
While many Americans celebrate the Fourth of July by unfurling flags, not all displays of the flag are necessarily patriotic. more
As part of the Chimacum School District’s expressed commitment to safety and security, roughly 140 of its staff members took the time to take part in “Stop the Bleed” lifesaving training June 17. more
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