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The summer has arrived with events, parties, barbecues, fireworks, concerts, holidays, grandson visits and cold beverages. At least we can watch the Women’s World Cup in the relative comfort of … more
If you’ve had to spend a night, or even a few hours in a hospital bed, you know the healing process can take a detour 30 days after you get back home, when the bills begin to … more
Would you drop your car off at an auto shop for repair with no idea of how much it would cost to get it fixed? Probably not, yet this is what America’s health care system offers its sick … more
I’ve been a resident of Jefferson County since 1950. I operated two resource businesses during that time, Boulton Farms and Boulton Logging, Inc. I am very familiar with what goes on in rural … more
We know how to respond to climate disruption: stop using fossil fuels. With few exceptions, I have not seen appeals to the public to reduce fossil fuel use from PT city councilors, county … more
Richard White. Really? The Leader “journalist” covering the County Commissioners’ public hearing regarding the Olympic Discovery Trail didn’t even bother to get the name … more
The article about the noose in a window (Leader, June 19) should not be getting so much attention. It’s free speech and nothing else. David Neiwert blames it on the radical right in the age of … more
After two-and-a-half years of living above my Port Townsend Leader office, my wife, Karen, and our two fuzzy children, Ronin and Nula, have finally moved into a house in Port Townsend. Until now, … more
The future of the PT golf course seems uncertain, but maybe it’s doing its part for world peace. Wha?? There’s an old maxim that one golf-playing nation has never invaded another … more
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You may have noticed, this summer has turned into an almost continuous display of American Flags in Port Ludlow, Port Hadlock and Chimacum. The inclement weather of Presidents’ Day last … more
Whether it’s Neo-Nazis marching in Skokie, Illinois, or the Westboro Baptist Church picketing military funerals with “God Hates Fags” signs, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly … more
There’s a lot going on at Finnriver Farm and Cidery in Chimacum. For me, seeing Finnriver grow over the years has been exciting and gratifying. What began as a 33-acre organic family farm … more
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