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I wish to thank all those who turned out for Smart Meters & 5G, the community educational program presented at the PT Community Center on June 7th.Attendees watched films and listened to a panel … more
Editor’s note: After the customary praising of faculty, staff, parents, students and his bosses on the school board, Chimacum High School principal Brian MacKenzie devoted three quarters of his … more
You don’t often hear the term “beloved dentist,” but it certainly would seem to describe the reason for a recent gathering of 200 or so who packed the Cotton Building to mark the … more
The crowd gathered in the auditorium at Chimacum High School last week for the annual tribute to the senior class known as awards night. As the seniors took their places on the stage, those of us … more
Jefferson County has legitimate claims to fame. Harboring shipwrights who produce wooden boats of surpassing beauty? Amazing. Nurturing published authors, touring musicians, busy artists, … more
Asked about the latest City Council plan to extend his contract another six months, David Timmons says it reminds him of The Godfather: Part III. “Just when I thought I was out,” actor … more
When I moved here from Quilcene last summer I knew there would be more noise in Port Townsend than Quilcene but I have been astounded at the pervasiveness and volume of that noise. I cannot take a … more
This letter is to celebrate the diverse array of talented dancers, musicians and artists who  shared their talent and time this past weekend. Each year I have attended the dance recitals of … more
The City of Port Townsend is the no-term-limit city council and mayor they appoint from within. Their sole employee is the city manager, just retired after around 20 years and $2.5 million without … more
A recent PT Leader Perspective piece asked “Who Can You Believe About Climate Change?” (Leader, June 5). Certainly not its writer, as it is full of disinformation and gross … more
Summer is upon us with foggy mornings and sunny afternoons. The season prompts us to attend the weekly Port Ludlow “Car Cruise In” on Wednesday afternoons and watching sports, maybe. In … more
When my grandfather’s uncle Charlie married in 1908, the local paper reported: “The groom, who is well-known in Port Townsend, is one of Blyn’s popular and prosperous young … more
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