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Although a completely electrified transit system would be ideal, the technology is not yet available to serve all of our county’s topography and rural travel distances. The new Jefferson … more
I am sad to see that local fans of the Port Townsend golf course choose to promote the idea that only a golf course = green space.  They imply that those of us who want access to the property … more
It is a business. Imagine city going to the port saying Boat Haven would make a great park with beach, trails, picnic tables, play area, and public bathrooms. They would say no.  The golf … more
In my comfy rocker, with a stack of classic Thanksgiving issues of “Saveur” and “Gourmet.” I flipped through glossy pages of perfect pies, when a memory of my 10 fingers … more
What do libraries, schools, and farms have in common? In Jefferson County, they are all part of the Community Seed Project, working toward a common goal to improve and preserve the genetic diversity … more
National Public Radio recently aired a story about Seattle runners getting bludgeoned by barred owls in city parks.  Barred owls are territorial and their behavior is temporary while guarding … more
We had a fast-paced October with Girls’ Night Out and all the haunted fun we could pack into October. Now we are gearing up for holiday happenings.  Our “Ring in the … more
Well, it was an old-fashioned “butt kickin!” It wasn’t a “red tsunami” or a “red wave” even though they may have come to also qualify as unexpected … more
It was late last Friday evening, around 10:15 p.m., when I was pondering the weekly insights into Port Ludlow life I might write in this week’s column.  I could report on the annual … more
Bill’s Electoral Yukfest: The midterm elections are finally over, and in case they didn’t come out the way we wanted, let’s try to lift spirits (or is it Halloween that lifts … more
I urge the city to keep the Port Townsend golf course open for the long-term.  Having played the course over the last 42 years, including my years on the high school golf team, I remember how … more
The bizarre and inexplicable way we spend money in this town continues with the unfortunate purchase of a diesel trolley. We currently have a public transit bus that loops the area.  On a … more
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