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How is it that each Christmas for almost 30 years, Leader readers have been treated to a set of new holiday recipes from students in the Quilcene schools? Two words: Veda Wilson. more
Construction has begun on Dove House’s Recovery Café, at 939 Kearney Street in Port Townsend. more
The 47-year-old man had high blood pressure, impaired speech and seemed at risk for a stroke when he arrived at the free medical clinic operated by Jefferson County Medical Advocacy and Service Headquarters (JC MASH). But he refused hospitalization, fearing the cost and debt that followed his last treatment. more
When 8-year-old Grayce Schwindler asked her mom if she could have a lemonade stand three summers ago, the answer was no. more
In a burst of holiday spirit, Carl’s Building Supply has helped pay off school lunch debt for each school district in East Jefferson County and for some schools on the west side of the county as well. more
If affordable housing, crumbling streets and the needs of Port Townsend’s aging population are topmost on city residents’ minds, they do not yet dominate the city’s spending plan for next year. more
As rain and wind buffeted Fort Worden’s bluffs Dec. 19, 118 people from multiple jurisdictions searched the grounds, air and seas for a missing Army soldier who had, according to family, threatened to kill himself there. more
This year, The Leader got its annual Christmas cards from local elementary students, as is traditional, but one drawing stuck out for its creativity and clear expression. more
The rumors that goats will eat just about anything are unconfirmed as of yet. But what has been confirmed is that a herd of goats in Port Townsend is looking forward to eating your leftover Christmas trees. more
Bail was set at $25,000 for a 20-year-old man charged with perjury and false reporting after his report to the police sparked a 114-person search and rescue operation for an AWOL soldier who had … more
Police now say the 19-year-old Army soldier feared lost to suicide staged it with a friend.  Devin Mitchell Schmidt, who failed to report for duty at Joint Base Lewis McCord had sent family … more
General assumptions about us from the Northwest are that we are hearty, love the environment and we’re kind of snobs about a lot of things. That’s just because we know we live in the greatest place on earth. I mean who wouldn’t be? more
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