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Let’s put the horse before the cart. Port Townsend is all afire over housing for the homeless – a worthy project that will not work as currently designed.  Many homeless have drug … more
August has brought a rising tide of folks gathering to tell lies and pass gas while enjoying the various aspects of each other’s vehicles.  Last Thursday eve I motored over to Port … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
Despite Jefferson County being in the midst of a full fledged housing crisis, an anonymous flier was distributed on Aug. 2 in the neighborhood around the 1500 block on 14th Street, urging residents … more
Thanks due to voters, plus advice for the candidates I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the people of Shine/Port Ludlow who voted for me in the Aug. 03, 2021 Primary … more
We live in a growing wildland-urban interface, where housing meets wildland forests and rangelands. Hotter, drier weather and higher winds create increased risk of wildfires.  Gardeners have … more
Rhinoceros Auklets are actually puffins, but that’s another story. Let’s just call them “Rhinos” for now. Ironically, the sanctuary that offers protection to Rhinos and other … more
Watching the always erudite U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) stammering and flabbering with his Jan. 6 telephone memories, I am buoyed by the words of Sophocles: “A lie never lives to be … more
My dog Rusty and I frequently walk down the hill on Washington Street from the post office to the fountain. It seems like one can only see the lovely view of the bay and the downtown from a few spots … more
Already, as a 10-year-old Girl Scout, I had a fascination for kitchen organization and teamwork. Little dumpling that I was on camping trips I hung close to the food and was more interested in making … more
I am a very proud member of the Community Build team that is putting together Pat’s Place — a tiny shelter project for our unsheltered neighbors. We recently had an open house that was a … more
All you grandparents with grandchildren up to 5 years old in Jefferson County, there’s a new, free gift for you to share. The Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library will deliver by mail one … more
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