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Good pruning is both art and science. According to WSU Extension, “The science of pruning a tree means being aware of how light affects its growth, and how its structure develops over time. The … more
Who is the enemy? What is the crime? Who are the criminals? Angry, justifiably aggrieved people of the United States of America, peacefully demonstrating their struggle for equal rights to jobs, … more
Lorna Smith has the experience in local government, the Planning Commission and serving as a long time community advocate that defines exactly what we need in a county commissioner. Her priorities … more
The morning of the July 14 I had my first personal contact with East Jefferson Fire Rescue.  My 911 call was handled quickly and with no fuss. The crew soon arrived and were calm, competent, … more
As a relatively recent transplant to PT, I soon discovered the sad condition of Anderson Lake.  Recently my family in Ohio forwarded an article about a much larger lake in our county plagued … more
Regarding Sheila Westerman’s July 15 letter:  Board of Health member Westerman suggests that, because she’s “never heard of or read about” healthcare workers … more
Post 26 of the American Legion has been proud to be a member of the Port Townsend Community. We are thrilled to be part of the film festival every year and are also happy to open our lower level to … more
While I am not a golfer, I have several connections to the golf course, and believe that it is a valuable asset for our community and should be supported by the city. As a member of Port Townsend … more
What are you doing to pass the time during your pandemic imposed “staycation” at or near home?  The boredom, frustration and mild depression resulting from the annoyance and … more
Just to top it all off, on top of a global pandemic and increasing efforts to achieve racial justice, we still have a climate emergency that we have been, for the most part, ignoring for the past 30 … more
Stephen Schumacher implies in, “Lockdowns weren’t needed in the past,” that deaths from COVID-19 have been dropping in the last 11 weeks.  This is false. Wikipedia collects … more
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