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I bet your momma’s so proud of you; bringing her a beautiful Mother’s Day pot of begonias. The fourth pot stolen from my front stoop in four months. You have a great future ahead of you.How … more
In the May 16, 2018 edition of the Leader, Detective Joe Nole was given 3/4 of a page to state why he was running for the office of Jefferson County Sheriff. This was accompanied by a great … more
I was happily reading the articles in the Getaway magazine and especially enjoying the highlights about the cities and towns until I got to Port Townsend and the alphabetical listing of locations … more
In response to Ron Gregory’s letter from the May 16th leader:We are constantly seeing the consequences of endless economic and population growth i.e. deforestation/habitat loss, ocean … more
The news report, “PUD, weed board clear out transmission corridor” May 16 is gratifying to see. It follows a two-year effort to map the corridor vegetation by a committee of four, locating … more
I was shocked to read the article last week about the Buffalo. Glad to see a community effort to repair the problem. It seems its another example of poor farmers and poor farming practices, which … more
Grassroots Coalition needed ASAP. Write your elected officials immediately. Instead of fixing our local problems, waste taxpayer time and money drafting another stupid Resolution. The nonstop drone … more
First, thanks to Councilman Bob Gray for voting against removing Scott Walker from the Non-Motorized Transportation Advisory Board. Gray’s characterization of the accusations by the city manager … more
Thanks to The Leader for the recent article on Rep. Kilmer’s visit to Jefferson County at Finn River to hear farmers’’ concerns about the 2018 Farm Bill that recently passed out of the … more
I’ve been seeing a lot in print lately about the need for accommodating business as some sort of cure-all for the problems of overpopulation.More than a few opportunists are ever ready to ravage … more
I’m saddened but not surprised by the City Council’s dismissal of Scott Walker from the Non-Motorized Transportation Advisory Board.Scott has been a visionary, tireless advocate and worker for … more
Many candidates have announced their plans to run as elected officials for different seats throughout Jefferson County.Beginning on Monday, those who have announced will have to officially file to … more
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