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As the world evolves around us and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shape the safety and health of our communities, it becomes more vital than ever to stay informed. The Leader’s first … more
I met Heidi Eisenhour once she had already taken on leadership roles; she had just accepted the position of executive director at Jefferson Land Trust. Her persuasive style urged me to join the board … more
My husband and I recently returned home from a trip to the emergency room at Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend. We were greeted right away by the friendly staff, taken to a room immediately and … more
The isolations and quarantines of this lockdown have brought on a quiet last experienced by survivors of the 1960s during their pharmaceutical adventures. Don’t worry; they don’t remember … more
—To get outside, my wife and I have been taking daily drives every day on this peninsula. But no matter where we go, it’s hard to escape one dreary sight: storage lockers. In town, out of … more
The emergence of the COVID-19 virus has in some news reports been termed a “black swan” event, something entirely unforeseen that takes the world by surprise. However, scientists have … more
In March it was National Physicians Week. Last week it was Nurses Week. This week it’s Hospital Week, and I am so grateful for the providers, nurses and hospital in our remarkable Public … more
Heidi Eisenhour is my choice for District 2 county commissioner. I moved next door to Heidi when she was 12 years old and watched her develop from an engaging teen to an extraordinary adult. She grew … more
Some aspects of our social methodology have changed forever. Aside from immediate circumstances lies a mixed horizon. A planning process that makes short-term changes that only points to the previous … more
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
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