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Eleven middle school girls from East Jefferson County got a chance to study a wide range of STEM subjects in a college environment this summer, and they presented information about their learning excursion this month. more
When Dave Krabill was just a wee lad growing up on an Ohio farm, he gladly traded a pair of udders for ivory keys. “I practiced the piano an hour a day when I was a kid, and the basson half an hour a day,” Krabill said. “My dad told me I didn't have to come out and milk the cows in the morning if I practiced the hour of piano. After school, it was in the barn.” more
In the spring of 2016, Port Townsend residents Kate Dwyer and Myron Gauger used two eight-passenger all-electric vehicles, that had recently been unloaded from a Florida company, to launch PTeRider, the city’s first all-electric transit service and the state’s first electric shuttles. more
When Polly Nole, 18, graduated from Chimacum High School, she was not enticed by the draw of a four-year college. more
A Port Townsend man faces 17 amended charges, after being initially charged with three counts of domestic violence assault, harassment, and malicious mischief in the third degree for assaulting a woman. Christopher Reeves, 32, appeared in court on Oct. 18 for his arraignment, after being arrested on Sept. 15 for assaulting the victim, throwing a knife at her and starting a fire in her home. more
Just an hour after the sun had risen, biologist Neil Harrington reached his bare hand into the icy cold water of Discovery Bay at low tide. Through the murky tidal flow he pulled out a small oyster. more
When the Great Washington Shakeout came to East Jefferson County at 10:17 a.m. on Oct. 17, both the U.S. Navy and the county’s Department of Emergency Management (DEM) had their responses ready for the simulated earthquake that was part of the annual emergency drill. more
The funding for a Port Hadlock sewer project hangs over Jefferson County’s revision of two shooting range ordinances. more
Fall windstorms left the Olympic Peninsula a bit tempest-tossed recently, even tornado-blasted. more
The group that gathered at Chimacum Creek Primary on the evening of Oct. 16 was not new to the challenges of second-time parenthood, but they hadn’t expected those impacts to hit them as hard as they have. more
(Editors Note: The headers on the answers from the two Quilcene School Board Position #4 candidates were erroneously swapped in the Oct. 23 print edition. The Leader regrets the error.) more
Jeremiah Satterlee Transportation Coordinator Leanne Maki-VanBerkom has nominated Quilcene High School freshman Jeremiah Satterlee for Student of the Week. The son of Anita Satterlee and Wolf … more
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