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Port Townsend High School’s track and field teams went on the road to compete twice in one week. The teams traveled to Port Angeles on Thursday, April 20, along with teams from Coupeville, … more
For the third year in a row, eighth-grade students at Port Townsend’s Blue Heron Middle School are set to help collect marine science data at Naval Magazine Indian Island (NAVMAG). On April … more
Student loans and student debt are the topics of a free talk by attorney Ariel Speser, who works for the Northwest Justice Project. Speser is scheduled to speak on the issues at 3:30 p.m., Friday, … more
More than 3,000 pieces of student art on display at Grant Street Elementary School for April 21 show. (See more photos on page B3 of The Leader) more
A four-unit, two-story apartment building in Victoria, British Columbia, is to be shipped in May to a lot owned by the City of Port Townsend for use as affordable housing. On Monday, the Port … more
Darien Kincaid of Port Townsend started working downtown at 8 a.m. on Earth Day, April 22, and was one of the last volunteers to leave Adams Street Park in the annual Port Townsend Main Street … more
An application by Olympus Gardens to build a 10,000-square-foot greenhouse to grow marijuana on Marrowstone Island has drawn the attention of islanders. Austin Smith of Seattle filed a request … more
After more than 40 continuous years as a Jefferson Healthcare commissioner, Anthony “Tony” DeLeo has decided to retire and not seek what would have been his eighth six-year term in … more
It is time to move on from the winter! Your 2016 taxes are done and forgotten! (Maybe.) BJ again provided federal tax return preparation assistance at the Tri-Area Community Center through the … more
QUUF continues transportation talks A second “Community Values and Transportation” forum is set for 7-9 p.m., Thursday, April 27 at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2333 San Juan … more
The Port Townsend Paper Corp. (PTPC) has been fined $30,000 by the state Department of Ecology for two emissions violations in 2016. It was the largest fine the mill has received since 1991, when it … more
The U.S. Navy is asking the public to weigh in on a proposed naval special operations plan for western Washington, including along the shoreline in Jefferson County, during an open house in Port … more
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