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A 24-year-old Port Orchard man was arrested after leading police on a two-county chase in a stolen car with speeds surpassing 100 mph. Authorities said three juvenile passengers were in the … more
Today's cartoon is by Jeff Koterba, more
Leader News Staff The Port Townsend Gallery should soon attract a flock of art lovers: birds are a featured subject of the gallery’s artists in April. According to the … more
It was a bit of a bright spot in an otherwise overcast season. The Quilcene Rangers left Concordia Christian Academy thunderstruck last week in a lopsided 16-1 win in boys varsity … more
The Rangers rounded out the first week of the young softball season with a welcome win over Orcas Island on Saturday. Quilcene eclipsed the Vikings 13-3. The win followed an opening season 14-0 … more
The Quilcene Rangers opened the varsity baseball season with a lopsided loss to Darrington at home last week. Quilcene hosted the Loggers Thursday, and Darrington found its offense early on to run … more
Hard to believe video games have recently turned 50. Thank Atari, for the very first one, Pong. I remember well the first time I saw that pioneering game. This was late 1972. I was in … more
Visitors planning to camp in the Olympic National Forest should plan for temporary changes to the popular Willaby and Falls Creek campgrounds along Lake Quinault this summer. According to the U.S. … more
Two self-taught artists take the spotlight at Gallery-9 in April. Gallery-9 is home of the North Olympic Artist Cooperative, and the featured artists are Jon Geisbush with wood-turnings, and … more
The Port Townsend man accused of trying to murder his wife continues to try to contact her despite court orders preventing any contact, prosecutors said last week. John Lewis Allen, 50, was … more
A 50-year-old Port Townsend woman is facing second-degree negligent driving charges after she allegedly crossed the center line on Highway 20 Friday and hit two cars that were headed into … more
Jefferson County commissioners approved a contract Monday for repairs to the Brinnon Community Center. Recent weather events have made it obvious that repairs were needed, according to the county. … more
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