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By Mitzi Jo Gordon As a teenager, Aimee Dailey-Fallat began washing dishes for a restaurant in her Pennsylvania home town. From these humble beginnings, a lifelong passion for the food industry … more
By Kirk Boxleitner Even before Jefferson County’s portion of the 2024 nationwide Point In Time count was completed, members of the Olympic Community Action Programs, or OlyCAP, were … more
Registration open for Stream Stewards   The Stream Stewards Program, hosted by WSU and the North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC), provides Jefferson and Clallam County residents with … more
By Leader Staff   The Olympic Area Agency on Aging (O3A) announced it has received state funding as a pilot site to help and support people with possible or diagnosed dementia to live … more
Special to The Leader   A trio of Jefferson County-based nonprofits are among the recipients of the state Department of Commerce Housing Trust Fund’s investment of $312.6 million … more
By James Robinson   In a special election on Feb. 13, Chimacum area voters must decide whether to increase property taxes to fund the Chimacum School District’s capital projects … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   A $2.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce will allow the Port of Port Townsend to purchase a new boat hoist, in addition to retaining at least 171 … more
  Members of the Port of Port Townsend’s Farm Steering Committee will walk the recently-acquired Short’s Family Farm in Chimacum on Feb. 7 as step one of the agency’s plan … more
    A treasured space for connection, The Nest community coffeehouse celebrates its first anniversary this month. One of three staple programs of the youth-oriented nonprofit … more
  Kelli Sullivan, owner of Ground to Perfection at 1117 Water Street, serves up hot coffee and other treats to locals and visitors alike, seven days a week. Formerly in the biotech field in … more
Volunteers sought for Snow Creek plantings   The North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC) and the Jefferson Land Trust seek volunteers to help plant native trees and shrubs along the … more
    Over the course of seven hours on Saturday, Jan. 27, roughly a dozen members of the North Olympic Peninsula Quilts of Valor worked with close to 30 yards of fabric in the … more
  After three months as managing editor of a newspaper in one of my favorite communities, I’m confronted with an uncomfortable realization: I did the best I could, but could have done … more
    On Saturday, Feb. 3, more than 30 Port Townsend music students will travel to Port Angeles to participate in the Washington Music Educators Association North Olympic Regional … more
  While he may hold down a more formal, no-nonsense job, Daniel Schafer has recently gone public with the flights of fantasy previously shared only with his family. Schafer, the … more
    It's a measure of how far pop culture has progressed that "The Iron Claw" is neither Zac Efron's first critically praised performance, nor is it the first film about … more
  Visiting an artist in their studio provides a path to better understand their process and get a more intimate look at their work outside the gallery setting. Ann Reynolds-Pearl is no … more
    Many people cannot articulate what makes a good or bad design — they just know when they see it. For Rebekah Fessenden, honing that vision has been a lifelong learning … more
    Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County addressed the public on Jan. 18 at the Jefferson County Library, which borders Habitat’s planned Mason Street development. … more
  An important case for protecting legacy forests in Jefferson County came before the Superior Court on Jan. 19.  Two sets of lawyers, one representing Washington’s … more
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