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    It looks like Forks won't be the only corner of the Olympic Peninsula to gain fame from a supernatural entertainment franchise, given the critical and audience acclaim that … more
    Although “The Tempest” is thought to be one of the last plays that William Shakespeare wrote, for a number of the Port Townsend High School Players, it’s … more
    The Port Townsend Film Festival’s “Focus Film” series offers a double-header in May. The Balcony Theatre in Suite 401A at 211 Taylor St. is set to host … more
  The Madrona MindBody Institute at Building 310 in Fort Worden State Park is seeking to furnish local folks with common ground in the midst of global conflict, through “For The … more
  Four miles south of Port Townsend at the Jefferson County History and Genealogy Research Center, there is magic happening. This is where a team of volunteers with the Jefferson County … more
  Port Ludlow Performing Arts is set to host a professional-amateur benefit concert to raise funds for music education in East Jefferson County at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 11, at the Bay … more
Editor’s Note: An incomplete version of this column appeared last week so The Leader is republishing it.    What’s a vegetable caviar? A delicious roasted … more
    ‘Much Ado About Nothing,’ which opens on April 26, is actually a lot about something. It represents the continuation of Olympic Peninsula HomeConnection’s … more
  Martha is an authentic wooden 1907 schooner that’s been running youth sail training programs out of Port Townsend since 2001, but to Robert d’Arcy, who’s served as her … more
    The number of recipients of the scholarship funds from the Port Townsend Yacht Club has doubled from last year, meaning more opportunities to gain experience and advance … more
    “Trowels and Treasures,” the event on Sunday, April 28, in support of the Port Townsend “Magic of Christmas,” has grown significantly this year, from … more
  After seeing her star-making turn in Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” last year all that Hulu had to do to get me to watch its true-crime miniseries … more
  A former volunteer with the Tri-Area Food Bank has filed a complaint with the IRS in an effort to trigger an audit of the non-profit. The Tax-Exempt Organization Complaint … more
  After more than 40 years, Dr. David Schores is retiring due to a recurrence of the bladder cancer he was diagnosed with eight years ago. His most vocal regret as he prepares to close … more
  State and local elected officials are expected to gather at 1 p.m. April 24 to celebrate the completion of the Point Hudson breakwater at the Point Hudson Marina in Port Townsend. … more
    The recently appointed eight-member “Healthier Together Task Force” will meet for the first time from 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, at the Jefferson County … more
    Election season is gaining momentum, and candidate filing week for those seeking office in the November general election begins May 6. In addition to selecting candidates … more
Statewide Drought The Washington State Department of Ecology declared a statewide drought, citing low snowpack and forecasts for a dry and warm spring and summer. “After an exceptionally … more
    Spring has sprung, lake fishing season opens April 27, and outdoor enthusiasts will soon begin flocking to area lakes. Before you dive in, it may be wise to check conditions … more
    With utility lines buried and fresh asphalt laid, the Discovery Road project is well underway and appears to be on schedule, according to city staff. “The project … more
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