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Got extra peanut butter in your pantry? Great. But you can hold tuna fish this year. It’s the second week in May and time for the National Association of Letter Carriers’ annual Stamp Out … more
A team of experts from multiple county and city agencies are to monitor all events throughout the 82nd Rhody Festival week, from May 15 through May 21. The agencies, to include Port Townsend … more
More than 40 boats with billowing sails and puttering motors cruised past spectators along the Port Townsend waterfront during the 70th annual Port Townsend Yacht Club boat parade on Saturday, May … more
A billowy layer of fog forms over the tip of Marrowstone Island on Thursday, May 4 before thunderclouds roll in. Fog results when the water temperature is cooler than the air. Photo by Steve … more
When electronic card access locks are installed at the Port of Port Townsend’s bathroom and shower building this fall, homeless and off-the-grid people who use those facilities may find themselves … more
Sunday, May 14 is Mother’s Day, and it’s also time for another free “Second Sunday Swim” at the Mountain View Pool, 1925 Blaine St., Port Townsend. On that day, the pool is reserved for … more
Six individuals interested in pursuing training and education in the marine sciences/trades were recently awarded scholarships by the Port Townsend Yacht Club. Angela Hewitson of Port Townsend … more
The Navy offered an armada of experts to provide information to, and solicit input from, the public May 3 at Blue Heron School, but those who showed up still walked away with concerns about … more
Rich Riski, professor of journalism and mass media at Peninsula College, breaks down the categories of “fake news” at the Port Townsend Community Center May 4. Photo by Kirk Boxleitner more
UPDATE, 9:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY: The Leader received a notice Wednesday from the City of Port Townsend that while the four-plex is set to arrive via barge on Wednesday, May 10, it is set to be moved to … more
The sale of two multimillion-dollar properties has resulted in the City of Port Townsend’s real estate excise tax (REET) being higher than usual. “We’re almost at 100 percent of the real … more
Editor's note: The Leader welcomes essays from readers about their experiences living in Jefferson County. Essays should be no longer than 700 words. We are looking for voices of people who remember … more
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