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The spice of life is picking up with problems, solutions, some camaraderie, a date night, and some meaningless measurements.  The saga of the electrical system problems with my car … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
As a tree lover and professional landscaper, I sadly support the decision to remove the Sims Way poplars due to their age and condition.   Whoever chose that species was clearly not thinking … more
At a recent candidate forum, the candidates for Port Townsend City Council were asked about their stance on mask and vaccine mandates. While all favored using all of the tactics we have to defeat the … more
Tyler Vega would bring a new perspective, which is needed, to Port Townsend City Council. He is a gentle honorable man and he works well with others. His desire to spend as little as possible … more
Poplar trees are a hazard and need to go I am all for removing the poplars. They are a safety hazard to the community.  The shore pines suggested by Forest Shomer, however, are not the … more
Recovery Cafe Jefferson County is open to the public for free meals served at 12:30 p.m. Thursdays and 10:30 a.m. Fridays. We’re a program operated by Dove House with the purpose of building … more
The incident reported last week about the Redmen Cemetery really makes me upset. I went to school with Helen Gunn’s brother who graduated in 1961 and [attended] his funeral service with his … more
Please, set aside politics and rise to the occasion. No one can argue that COVID-19 has negatively affected our lives. Although these effects vary drastically, they are all invoked by the same … more
I am writing in regards to the article about removing the poplar tree corridor along Sims Way and would just like to say that it seems like a very poor decision. In this era of heat waves, … more
Regarding those who refuse to get vaccinated because it is their “right.” Setting aside common decency and the hope that people would love their neighbors (and family and friends) enough … more
Life has occasional annoying and frustrating little problems whether they be on land or sea. I have examples for you from the last week.  You probably remember I was involved in and wrote too … more
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