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In Chimacum schools, we teach students to form opinions and make decisions based on facts. Scott Hogenson’s Aug. 24 letter to the Leader shows he could benefit from learning those … more
The beauty of Port Townsend used to partly be our activism and the constant safe flow and expression of freedom of speech. Also, as a 25-year resident who hopes to be aging gracefully, I used to feel … more
The recent THING gathering was a happy surprise! Although I did not purchase tickets, I enjoyed walking and biking throughout this vibrant festival. The  Leader’s special insert (with … more
I reject the Aug. 24 Leader headline of an anti-trans protest. I was invited to speak at a permitted event on Aug 15. Clashes, attacks, and public endangerment were not on the part of … more
Where did you grow up? Cranberry Lake. It’s way up in the Adirondack Mountains. It’s very rural. The town over is called Star Lake, 16 to 20 miles away. I went K-12 there. Just a real … more
Melissa Bixby and Sue Stanton are the featured artists for the Port Townsend Gallery in September. Bixby, born and raised in Soldotna, Alaska, has been fascinated with sea creatures since she was … more
The Port Ludlow Art League has selected David Layton is the the league’s Artist of the Month for September. Nancy Aikman has earned acknowledgement as the group’s Jeweler of the … more
There was more smoke than wind in their sails, but seven vessels still managed to finish the Northwest Schooner Cup on Saturday as part of the Wooden Boat Festival. The first four schooners to … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 233 calls for service between Saturday, Aug. 6 and Friday, Aug. 12. Below are selected reports. At 2:43 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 in Quilcene, a … more
The Port Townsend Police Department received a total of 143 calls between Friday, Aug. 26, and Thursday, Sept. 1. Below are selected reports. At 1:35 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31, in the 3700 block of … more
The iconic gateway into downtown Port Townsend will be missing many of its signature poplar trees by spring of 2024. At a joint meeting Monday, officials from the city of Port Townsend, Port of … more
A new education series hopes to help the community more deeply understand itself in relationship to animals. Center Valley Animal Rescue has begun hosting “Talks in the Barn” with the … more
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