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  After a tough day with bullies last year, middle schooler Grace Black didn’t feel much like being creative. With gentle encouragement, Black’s mom suggested some … more
  The Rust & Relic Vintage antique store, in Suite 5 at 1030 Lawrence St. in Port Townsend, will soon say farewell to Jefferson County. Co-owners Corrie Matthews and Michelle … more
    Port Townsend’s Lexi Koch can confirm there are more local florists still in business than many folks might think. They simply don’t have brick-and-mortar … more
    After six months as general manager of the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Brian Curry can proudly point to some areas of improvement, while acknowledging that other goals … more
  At The Food Co-op, a program years in the making is putting spare change to good use in the community. Change for Change (previously RoundUP at the register) is a program offering … more
Marcia Kelbon admits that she really hadn’t been politically active until two years ago. “I was commuting back and forth to Seattle and I saw that city fall apart and I saw the same … more
For the month of January, the Orion Marine Group crew building a new jetty at the mouth of the Point Hudson Marina will double its number and its work hours. Two crews instead of one will be … more
  Over the course of the past two months, The Leader has reported on the sentencing hearings of Siaumau Sanele Auseuga, a former felon who was convicted of illegal firearm possession in … more
There’s a dazzling new fiber arts exhibit at Northwind Art’s Jeanette Best Gallery. Entitled “Burst of Color,” the exhibit features over 100 eye-catching art pieces created by … more
    The Community Chorus of Port Townsend and East Jefferson County starts preparations for April concerts on Sunday, Jan. 14, when singers launch their spring rehearsal season at … more
  Port Townsend Ballet’s Artistic Director John Bishop is offering Boys Ballet classes for $5 per lesson on Tuesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. Bishop is also offering Special Ballet Training … more
  To kick off a new year in the garden, I reached out to two of Jefferson County’s gardening mavens: Bridget Gregg, director of the WSU Extension Master Gardener Program, and Suzanne … more
The Port Townsend Marine Science Center (PTMSC) will host local artist and naturalist Nam Siu at its “Future of Oceans” lecture series on Sunday, Jan. 14, 3 p.m., at The Chapel at Fort … more
  The Jefferson County Food Bank Association recently marked a significant chapter in its history as it welcomed Patricia Hennessy as its inaugural Executive Director. Hennessy’s … more
  Got a question for a textile artist? Get it answered Saturday, Jan. 13 when Peninsula Fiber Artists (PFA) present “A Chat with the Artists” from 2 to 3 p.m. at Northwind … more
Welcome, Martha! Longtime arts community member Martha Worthley is the new Interim Executive Director of Northwind Art. She steps into the role following Teresa Verraes' seven years of leading … more
    Chat with Steve Edmiston, and you’ll soon realize he’s no “Spooky” Mulder, but for an affably casual guy who notes he’s no expert in UFOs, … more
  In a startling revelation, County Commissioner Kate Dean has reported that the Jefferson County Indian Island Naval Base is supplying Tomahawk missiles to Israel, raising questions … more
    A week-long, two-county pursuit of a suspect of assault, arson and felony harassment has citizens on alert for about a day, before he was finally apprehended in his hometown … more
Port Townsend Mayor David Faber spoke with The Leader about lessons learned in his first two years in office, and the challenges he now faces. “I don’t believe in New Year’s … more
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