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The city of Port Townsend has seen both its number of parking tickets issued and the revenues raised by them plummet over the past seven years. more
A 47-year-old Quilcene wood thief has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for leading a criminal organization and trafficking $55,000 worth of high value timber from state property. more
Between an outgoing principal offering an impassioned plea for fair news coverage and several student speakers who exhorted their peers to dare to dream big, the Chimacum High School graduating class … more
As the lunch bell rang out, 17-year-old Hannah Bahls stood at the flagpole outside her school with a megaphone, telling students to circle up to participate in the second climate action rally at Port … more
Chris McDaniel cmcdaniel@ptleader.com Coming from a family of diving enthusiasts, Delana Horner dreams of a day when she can study the migration patterns of Great White Sharks around the world. … more
After discovering a love for high level math during his junior year, high school graduate Braden Coleman is hoping to earn a teaching degree so he can help … more
In the “green room,” also known as a classroom at Quilcene High School, a group of 20 graduates milled about, pinning their caps into their hair, layering … more
The McCurdy Pavilion at Fort Worden saw a packed house for the 125th commencement ceremony for Port Townsend High School on the evening of June 7. At 69, this graduating class was the smallest in … more
Before she arrived in Port Townsend in eighth grade, Port Townsend High School graduating senior Rosalyn Salmon’s home life was somewhat turbulent. Her dad was a single father for much of her … more
Nico Winegar was born in Littleton, Colorado, but since his family moved to Port Townsend six months later, the 18-year-old graduating senior at Port Townsend High School considers himself born and … more
Although no contract has been signed, the Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously Wednesday night to select John Mauro as its preferred candidate to replace David Timmons as city … more
About three weeks ago, a starved adult male gray whale washed up on shore in Mats Mats Bay. Multiple marine mammal organizations were struggling to find a place to take it to decompose until a local couple volunteered their private beach in Port Hadlock. more
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