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First Northwest Bancorp, which owns First Federal Savings & Loan, on Thursday (Aug. 1) announced President and CEO Larry Hueth will leave the Company at the end of this year, to be replaced by Matt … more
Before they could present their new “Discover Exoplanets” hands-on interactive exhibit - scheduled for August debut - the staff of the Jefferson County Library had to unpack its 1,252 pounds of components from six wooden crates, plus a large plastic tub and a bag of tools, and assemble them on the evening of July 26. more
Seventy-six non-native mountain goats were deported from the Olympic Mountains to the Cascades during the first of two capture and trans-relocate periods this year. more
Key City Public Theatre is bringing the party to the park this summer with their production of Shakespeare’s “Merry Wives of Windsor,” which opens August 2 at Chetzemoka Park. more
The Hawaiian shirts were as loud as the music at the Pourhouse July 21, as the Gatheringplace celebrated its 25 years in Port Townsend. more
The greetings he received at the American Legion hall in Port Townsend were warmer than the reception he recalls receiving after he got back from Vietnam. more
Detectives investigating an attempted matricide have located the gun that a 24-year-old man allegedly fired at his mother. more
On the very first weekend after his family moved to Port Townsend, Ben Medina’s father took him to see a movie at the Rose Theatre. Next week, he will settle into one of its plush seats and watch a movie he himself directed. more
The honor rack dispensing copies of The Leader outside Better Living Through Coffee in downtown Port Townsend will soon have a new look. In place of the typical blue rack with the Leader logo will be one adorned with bright colors and shapes painted by local artist Mike Biskup, who explores themes of diversity and unity in a graphic style. more
A mannequin made of coat hangers, bare when it arrived at the Tyler Street Plaza on the morning of July 28, was adorned with a dress of red ribbons by the end of the afternoon. more
After a heated discussion, Port of Port Townsend commissioners decided to move forward with a levy, which voters will see on the ballot in November. more
Cars lined Otto Street and packed the lot of the Port Townsend Elks Club July 29, as soldiers from all over the Olympic Peninsula took advantage of the bazaar stalls of private and public agencies at Voices for Veterans’ “Stand Down”. more
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