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The Quilcene Holiday Craft Fair was slightly more sparsely attended this year, due to the Quilcene football team playing in the state semifinals in Wenatchee, but it still kept the community center bustling. more
Those who have questions about immigration rights or any other legal advice can consult with volunteer lawyers for free at the next Jefferson County legal clinic. more
In the Nov. 21 issue of The Leader, there was a factual error in the story, “Coalition calls for on-site inspection.” more
The following is a log of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office incidents from Nov. 5-18. more
Editor’s note: The following is a list of individuals arrested and booked into the Jefferson County Jail from Nov. 19-25: more
As the influenza season gets underway, local health officials say the best way to prevent the deadly effects of the virus is to get vaccinated. more
Twenty-six students in the Brinnon area received immunizations thanks to vaccines donated by the state Department of Health in partnership with Jefferson Healthcare, Jefferson County Public Health, the Community Health Improvement Plan and the Brinnon School District. more
Despite a brisk wind and the recent snow visible on the caps of the Olympic Mountains, bird enthusiasts from near and far dressed up in their warmest clothes, donned their binoculars and boarded a boat on Nov. 24, headed to Protection Island to see what the Puget Sound had to offer. more
With petticoats and trash bags fluttering in the wind, a group of nine Port Townsend women hit the streets on Black Friday to pick up trash while dressed to the nines. more
As families gear up for the holidays, Miller & Ashmore Real Estate is teaming up with The ReCyclery for the sixth year in a row to help kids in need get new bikes for free. more
Off the coast of Cape George is a 370-acre island, uninhabited by humankind, teeming with wildlife. It only takes a quick boat ride to get to Protection Island from the Cape George Marina, but no boats are allowed within 200 yards of the island’s shore, and kayakers are barred from landing on shore. more
When there is not enough money to pay the electric bill or rent, families can turn to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of East Jefferson County for help. more
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