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A throng of fire, emergency and law enforcement agencies recently converged in Port Ludlow to keep their skills sharp through an intensive two-day hands-on practice session. more
Even as tourists travel to Port Townsend for the summer’s local events, Washington State Ferries have run the numbers and opted to reduce the Port Townsend/Coupeville route from two ferries to one at the end of this month, for at least a week, and possibly longer. more
About 100 people turned out for a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 14 at the new Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Justice Center in Blyn, located in the tribe’s main campus just off of Highway 101. more
It’s been the subject of enough talk in Quilcene for The Leader to receive multiple calls about it, but relatively few folks who live in town wish to speak on the record about the noose that’s hanging in the window of the Whistling Oyster Cafe. more
One mile from Ketichikan, Team Angry Beaver of Port Ludlow didn’t know they were winning the race. more
After a full day of city manager candidate interviews June 17, the Port Townsend City Council voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of lead recruiter Phil McKenney to advance all four candidates to the finalist interviews June 18. more
Hidden among the green, cropped grass of the Port Townsend Golf Course is a remnant of the natural prairieland that once covered the entirety of the valley in Port Townsend. more
With the roar of a tugboat engine and the scrape of hull across rocky shore, the 78-foot schooner Nina Otaki was pulled from the beach at Beckett Point June 6, six months after a winter storm washed it ashore. more
They‘re calling it the Silver Tsunami. Across the country, as Baby Boomers reach the age where many need caregiving, they’re finding a shortage of people to help them. more
The U.S. Drought Monitor has changed its classification of the Olympic Peninsula region’s 2019 drought from moderate to severe. If correct, that’s a prediction of crop and pasture damage, water shortages and water restrictions. more
While Naval Magazine Indian Island appreciates the attention of the surrounding community, it wants to ensure that community has an accurate understanding of the installation and its surrounding amenities. In addition to the Department of Defense’s largest ordnance site on the West Coast, the 2,700-acre island hosts a wealth of cultural and natural resources, including several Native American archeological sites, historical pioneer homestead sites and WWII-era buildings. more
One thing was made clear at the public comment meeting regarding the future of the Fort Worden pier and boat launch – something will have to be done about the slowly deteriorating structure. more
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