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  “Botanical Latin is really useful,” says Dr. Ross Bayton, Director of the Heronswood Garden in Kingston and author of The Gardener’s Botanical: An Encyclopedia of Latin … more
    Recent streaming and theatrical releases have offered tense and suspenseful tales to honor the spooky spirit of the month, between the eight-episode Edgar Allan Poe-inspired … more
  A 4.3 magnitude earthquake in Jefferson County at 7:21 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 8, seems not to have left any damage, and was confirmed to pose no tsunami danger by the Jefferson County … more
  While current construction aims to provide Port Townsend with another roundabout, businesses near the intersection wish they could be kept in the loop more about its progress and impacts. … more
A tour of the proposed Evans Vista planned community drew about 70 people on the evening of Monday, Oct. 9, providing hands-on contact with a project meant to ease the local housing crisis. A … more
The Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra (PTSO) Chamber Music Series will be hosted at Grace Lutheran Church on October 14 at 3 pm. This free concert series features local award-winning soloists, … more
  Although bird flu has infected harbor seals on Marrowstone Island after killing an estimated 1,600-1,700 Caspian terns on Marrowstone and Rat Island, the Washington Department of Fish and … more
    It was the spring of 1898 when a small group of local women got together to bring forth the first library in Jefferson County. They generated the official agreement of the … more
Larry Scott Trail 5K /10K/ Half Marathon Run Walk- Event Notice   Saturday, Oct. 14, 2023 – 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Port of Port Townsend Boat Haven and Olympic Discovery … more
    The Kosec Funeral Home and Crematory in Port Townsend is under new management but its new owners remain native to the Olympic Peninsula. Married funeral directors David … more
WEDNESDAY Oct 11 “Weather or Not”: an exhibition of plein air art 12:00pm - 5:00pm Northwind Art-Jeanette Best Gallery 701 Water St Travel to Northwest beaches, … more
The East Jefferson Cross Country teams traveled to Lakewood High School October 7 to compete in the 41st Annual Nike Hole in the Wall Invitational, Alice Fraser wrote The Leader. Athletes competed … more
“Against the Grain: Creation Through Destruction” premiers this month at Port Townsend Gallery and features woodworker Martha Collins and printmaker Phil Carrico. “While most … more
WEDNESDAY Oct. 4 Honeymoon at Sea: Sailing in Baja on a 26-foot boat 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. This talk and slideshow will be held in the Carnegie Reading room of the Port Townsend … more
Ava Shiflett scored two goals and Kay Botkin added a third, enabling the East Jefferson Rivals to defeat the Cascade Christian Cougars by a score of 3-2 on September 20 in Puyallup. "We were … more
Health clinics “up and running” Tina Herschelman wrote The Leader to inform its readers that Saturday flu clinics at Jefferson Healthcare are up and running as of last week. … more
On Sept. 20, The Leader received a tip that within the last few months several employees had quit the U.S. Post Office in Port Townsend due to management issues. The Leader approached a carrier … more
It’s one of the most complicated issues Heidi Eisenhour deals with in her job as county commissioner. “There are many jurisdictions involved and the counties are the least involved … more
“It’s as if the PDA (Fort Worden Public Development Authority) got sprayed by a skunk and there wasn’t enough tomato juice. Rightly or wrongly, mistakes had been made and they kind … more
Sunflower sea stars are important predators in our ocean ecosystems. Scientists are discovering just how important these Stars are due to their decline. One of those scientists will be visiting Port … more
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