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I am often asked; “Why should I care about the Port of Port Townsend? I don’t own a boat or a plane so it isn’t important to me.” Short answer is that it is our public … more
Listening to the new recording of Ellen Reid’s Prism, which recently received both the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Music and the Music Critics of North America Opera Award, helped me put into … more
In recent weeks Washington State Parks has put forward plans to redevelop the Marine Science Center and adjacent boat ramp at Fort Worden, hosting a series of public meetings here to present them and … more
On Sept. 4, I was reading the PT Leader and came across an article containing a black and white image of a naked woman in a bathtub with her breasts exposed. Now my reaction to this was that it was … more
I was excited to read about the Olympic Peninsula YMCA’s proposal for new aquatic and recreation facilities at Mountain View Commons and somewhat taken aback by the negative opinions expressed … more
I have been walking, driving, and photographing the Port Townsend city streets for more than a year, and I am appalled to find that we have significantly more arterial and neighborhood streets in … more
Chris, I have no idea what your connections are to Port Townsend, but this infomercial on both sections of your Sept. 11, 2019 edition is so very out of touch with the very essence of what this … more
You would think that residents could express their concerns about the increased traffic that more and bigger festivals bring to Port Townsend without being scolded by your cartoonist not once, but in … more
There’s so much good news in town right now and it’s brought to us by volunteers and the city. A group of women are giving their time at the library to bring the grounds up to … more
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