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Doom, “death clad in all its hideousness” rode the decks of the steamer Pacific on its voyage in the fall of 1875, said James A. Gibbe in his book “Shipwrecks of the Pacific … more
Thomas Mullen   “I was here at the start,” recalled Gunnar Joslyn, retired Commodore of the Washington State Ferry fleet, now living high up on the … more
An ad placed by the city has appeared in The Leader’s classifieds, seeking bids through Sept. 21 for the demolition and disposal of the Cherry Street building intended for affordable housing. … more
The city council met Monday evening one final time to workshop possibilities for the golf course before their final decision, slated for Sept. 26. Chris Jones of Groundswell presented two … more
The man who stabbed himself in the neck at his arrest Sunday, Sept. 10 is reported stable and will be transferred from Harborview Medical Center in Seattle to the Jefferson County Jail upon his … more
Dear Editor: St.Paul’s not only belongs to the Church, it’s a historical component of Port Townsend. Hey everyone, listen up! You may not know about St. Paul’s, but … more
In her attic studio, lined with bundles of willow, Mo Walrath builds “soul boats.”  They’re long caskets, vessels to hold loved ones. For this weaver, making them is an … more
Personnel responded to a fire Friday morning in Port Townsend after a 10:03 a.m. call reported smoke drifting from the abandoned Tyler Street wharf at Tyler and Water Streets. Jon Stuart, … more
East Jefferson Fire Rescue Chief Bret Black told The Leader that his crews were about to change their tactics. The fire fight at Peat Plank Road … more
In an ambitious and challenging decision, Jefferson Healthcare recently relocated ... more
On Friday, July 21, students of the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding launched... more
Summer in Quilcene brings a special recurrence... more
Building off the success of the Youth Environmental Stewards (YES) Program... more
A group of 30-somethings and their supporters wound their way through the labyrinth of Manresa Castle up to the ballroom last Thursday, where chafing dishes waited and soft music piped through … more
A top official of the Biden Administration made a historic visit to the Olympic Peninsula last week as U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm toured the Pacific Northwest National … more
We would like to publicly thank everyone who made our Friends of the Library book sale last Saturday a success.  To everyone who donated books and media, and to the dedicated, hardworking … more
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