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Through the tall windows of the Point Hudson sail loft where Carol Hasse has built an international name for herself, sunlight blasts off walls and soaks into rolls of sail cloth in all colors. It fades photos of finished sails tacked up there 40 years ago when she was getting started, alongside new patterns, designs and details of the works in progress she makes by hand from start to finish. more
The Board Of County Commissioners is sending a letter to Pope Resources and state agencies to ask for the end of aerial spraying of known carcinogens, such as glyphosate, on harvested timberlands. more
Despite protesters’ videotape, witnesses and bagged clothing and swab samples, The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has sided with Pope Resources, saying herbicide protesters were not hit with glyphosate during an Aug. 19 protest above Discovery Bay. more
With a day-long concert featuring a half-dozen local bands, plus an Arts & Crafts Fair wrapped around the Jefferson County Farmers Market, Uptown Street Fair is a take-over of Lawrence Street and the … more
A week after protestors demanded Jefferson County take a stand against herbicide spraying on Pope Resources lands, several protesters at a clearcut above Discovery Bay say they were sprayed by a helicopter herbicide spray rig. more
This time last year, the skies were filled with smoke from regional wildfires, choking the lungs of residents and visitors alike. This year, the air is clear and the skies are blue. more
The Jefferson County Commission has approved $75,000 for a proposal by Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) to build 44 units of affordable housing with an early childhood education center on county land. more
A local nonprofit serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence is aiming to turn out even more golfers on the links of Ludlow, as the Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Boeing Bluebills prepare to conduct the eighth annual Dove House Golf Benefit at Port Ludlow. more
With more than 40 interactive booths to cover topics ranging from First Aid, CPR, and emergency food supplies to disaster preparedness, the seventh annual All-County Picnic on Aug. 18 at H.J. Carroll Park in Chimacum drew attendees for more than just its chimichurri corn on the cob. more
Brinnon Fire Chief Tim Manly is launching a public information campaign to tell voters what the $1.2 million bond on the Nov. 5 ballot will deliver to their fire department and why he chose a 10-year term for the bond. more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue Commissioner David Seabrook spoke with The Leader after the Aug. 6 primary election to help the fire district elaborate more fully on what lies ahead for the Nov. 5 general election. more
While Jodi Wilke is registered with the Public Disclosure Commission as a candidate for state representative in the 2020 general election, she says she had no intentions of running, and chalked the … more
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