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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
A 60-year-old man from Port Angeles escaped from the Olympic Correctional Facility in Jefferson County around 7 a.m. on Aug. 11. Inmate Mark D. Vannausdle is reported to be a white male, 60 years … more
A 62-year-old Port Townsend man charged with child molestation was initially ordered released by the magistrate judge Aug. 8, pending trial, but the U.S. Attorney’s office successfully prevented his release. more
Jasmine Kelvy and Kaitlyn Winn aren’t just roommates at Olympic Neighbors’ Hamilton House, but close friends who appreciate the independence that’s afforded by the group home for adults with developmental disabilities. more
When disaster strikes, turn to your neighbors. And what better way to meet your neighbors than at an all county picnic? more
This time of year, the limbs of orchard owner Mark Jochems’ apple trees are laden with fruit. But as the prime apple season approaches, Jochems is worried that aerial spraying of herbicides could kill production of apples and pears on his two-acre orchard south of Port Hadlock. more
Westbound state Route 20 to northbound U.S. 101 in Discovery Bay was blocked for almost four hours starting at 7:21 p.m. on Aug. 12 due to an overturned semi-truck and trailer. more
This is a story about murder and triumph. First comes murder. more
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