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We want to express our thanks to prosecutor Amanda Wilson for the outstanding job she did for us in finally being the one to successfully prosecute a man who has made us his victim over many years. … more
In last week’s Leader [Feb. 1], Hannah Russell wrote how disappointed she was that Port Townsend had not become a sanctuary city. Port Townsend has a long history of affirming the rights of … more
Chimacum School District is asking for your vote for a maintenance and operations levy. Why should you vote yes? I’m a teacher at Chimacum High School. I’ve worked in a poor district in … more
Jefferson County Republicans are certainly entitled to celebrate what they believe to be the dawn of a new day for the country. (Apparently capitalism had vanished until this election. I missed that; … more
It’s safe to say most of our neighbors, including many with no interest in boats or the sea, are here not just for the Victorians and weather, but for the vital, kind, creative, can-do people our … more
As we grit our teeth watching the drama unfold nationally, let’s not forget local issues before us. One that has the capacity to affect our quality of life in Port Townsend and surrounding areas … more
I am so proud to be a science teacher at Chimacum High School and to send my two children to school at Chimacum. I know firsthand that students in Chimacum receive a high-quality education with … more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District recently stated in The Leader that its electric meters may not be calculating power consumption accurately. I have evidence that their water meters are … more
Thank you to all the concerned people who saw that we had a birch tree removed on the corner of F Street and Tyler Street in Port Townsend. We were upset that it had to be removed. Unfortunately, … more
There is a gospel song, “Leave that Liar Alone,” that warns us about liars. We learn to deal with liars by ignoring what they say: “The Boy Who Cried ‘Wolf.’” A book was written in the … more
I was entering my favorite bread shop this afternoon when an older gentleman beat me to the door. He entered and oh so slowly closed the door behind himself. I waited until he latched it closed … more
As the state Legislature continues to look for ways to properly fund our schools, it is still necessary for districts to secure funding through levy requests. As a longtime teacher at Chimacum … more
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