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More than 60 concerned parents, community members and past students attended the virtual Port Townsend School Board meeting May 7 to show their support for OCEAN, the district’s … more
The global pandemic that caused the cancellation of the 85th annual Rhododendron Festival cannot dampen the spirits of those who still plan to celebrate safely in their homes. Just as the … more
Erica Epling was in her 10th day of retirement after a 44-year career of nursing when she got a call from her former supervisor asking her to return. It was March. The epicenter of the coronavirus … more
Lily Haightlhaight@ptleader.com   As spring unfolds, farmers jump into action to begin their busiest season. But oftentimes, this time of year is the most financially challenging as … more
Port Townsend resident Charles Law has been collecting signatures in support of building and operating a food compost facility in Jefferson County. In the past couple months he has gathered about … more
Port Townsend High School announced this month that the June 12 graduation ceremony for the class of 2020 will be held at the Wheel-in Motor Movie theater just outside of town. Attendees can stay … more
Each fall, 45,000 tulip bulbs are buried in the soil at Red Dog Farm, so six months later Jefferson County residents can enjoy the splendor of fresh-cut flowers in their home — one of the first … more
The Recovery Cafe stands half-built on the corner of Kearney and Blaine streets in Port Townsend. With one wall partially built and stacks of lumber waiting to be installed, the cafe’s doors … more
The Port Townsend Wearable Art Show contest has concluded after drawing 231 entries from around the world, for whom 10,246 votes were cast on the PTWearableArt.com website. The art-mask … more
Everyone made sure to stay 6 feet apart, but that didn’t stop the family, friends and neighbors of Bill and Connie Deckman from throwing the couple a parade for their 50th … more
Gov. Jay Inslee announced today that 1,300 contract tracers have been hired in the state of Washington to track outbreaks and infections of COVID-19 as the state moves toward reopening in the coming … more
To celebrate health-care workers in Jefferson County, community members are invited to participate in a bicycle and car parade around Jefferson Healthcare from 12 to 12:15 p.m. on May 13.  more
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