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Living Amidst The Boneheads: Please excuse a disabled guy’s shaky ascent onto the soapbox. I generally keep things light here, but now it’s time we raised the rant. I’ve had … more
On my morning walks, I wander past hedges of ripening blackberries and make a mental note to bring a bowl next time.  In the evenings, as I water the garden, I pluck a handful of blueberries … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
The Port Townsend Main Street Program has been working hard in this ever-changing COVID scene to support our historic districts when the economic situation was stressed by uneasiness, business … more
We understand that eating locally is not always easy. It may not be as difficult as it sometimes seems, though. The Local 20/20 Local Food Action Group, along with the Salish Sea Transition Town Hub, … more
A county planner determined that it’s smart, without impact, to build suburban density housing in a designated rural residential setting.  Owner Nicholas Hurtado of Chile, experienced … more
Let’s close the door to any more growth. “We’re all here because we’re not all there.” I sure wish that would have happened 42 years ago when I first heard it … more
I live near the proposed tiny home community, Pat’s Place. There is quite a stir in my community about this plan. Most of my neighbors understand the urgency of housing for our local workforce, … more
Afghanistan is falling to the Taliban this week.  It was bound to happen, wasn’t it? You begin to wonder if, instead of sending troops and building military bases for 20 years, we had … more
I wanted to compliment The Leader for publishing the weekly Nhatt Attack. What a talent Nhatt Nichols has — always timely, well done, interesting and amusing! Thank you for providing your … more
The Port Townsend High School Scholarship Foundation is happy to announce the opening of this year’s application period for PTHS graduates who are currently enrolled in their sophomore, junior, … more
The Aug. 11, 2021 article about Angel Arias, whose lost dog Lola was adopted out to another home by the Humane Society of Jefferson County, highlights opportunities for redemption.  The … more
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