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We are all collectively watching our world change in both big and small ways on both a global and local scale. We are seeing ourselves do beautiful and compassionate things, and then we are seeing … more
How wonderful to be given the option by our governor to open up businesses and resume commerce in Jefferson County due to our past record of no new COVID-19 cases since April 9. Yet do we dare? The … more
For the record, not everyone in Port Hadlock is pro-sewer. Looking closely inside the red lines of the map (4/29 issue pg. 8) I’ve noticed that relatively few of the homes in Port Hadlock are … more
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Jefferson County has responded to the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic with grace and cooperation. I want to express my appreciation to all for the community’s efforts to slow the infection … more
We all sat patiently last week, waiting to hear what Gov. Jay Inslee had to say and when our lives might get back to normal. And so it goes ... the new date is May 31, 2020. But we are in a … more
One answer to the question is amply displayed in the updated picture of this columnist. Look at that hair. Is that a permanent change much admired by friends close and not? Did you ever think Sonja … more
We are all in the midst of an epidemic crisis that few, if any, have ever experienced. COVID-19 has caused our economy to shut down and health care capacity is being challenged like never before. The … more
In response to Rachelle Merle’s letter of 4/29. While I understand your devotion to your beliefs, one of the primary founding principles of America is religious freedom. So while you have … more
Imagine a school with small and intimate classes where teachers, parents and students are a community created to help learners thrive. This is a place where a student who is interested in plants can … more
I am the parent of a fourth grader in the Port Townsend School District’s OCEAN program. I am also an educator and former public school administrator. I have great appreciation for the many … more
My name is Emilia, and I am a ninth grader in the OCEAN alternative learning program. I am on the PTHS girls swim team, I play viola in the orchestra, I am a proud member of OCEAN’s Bravo Team … more
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