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Port Townsend has welcomed a new bookstore to its ranks. Locals will be familiar with its timeless and fantastical setting, nestled in a notoriously cozy corner of The Castle. Over the past couple … more
    Jefferson County business owners are invited to join marketing expert Keven Elliff in a free virtual marketing workshop from 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 20.  Elliff will … more
    She’s more than 130 years old, but she has good bones. And a history as a gathering place. This time, her name is the “Anchor,” a laid-back bar and restaurant … more
  The sandwiches Mike Howell will miss most are the Birds the Word, packed with turkey and havarti with a cranberry reduction, and the Rueben, swimming with house-made Thousand Island … more
There is literally light at the end of a tunnel of sorts for Steve Moore and Martin Nerbovig, the two young business owners of Camp N Car. The former of home of Pygmy Kayaks is now hosting the … more
Carlson Chiropractic is celebrating 50 years of service this year. The center has been a staple for Port Townsend residents’ health needs since Jim and Janel Carlson started the business in … more
When owner Zack Skogen-Acevedo opened on Memorial Day it was obvious that the town had a huge craving for donuts. He sold out in 24 minutes.  “It was a slap in the face. I was … more
James Sloan has joined the newsroom of the Jefferson County-Port Townsend Leader. After graduating from the University of Tennessee as a journalism and electronic media major in May 2021, Sloan … more
After eight months as a ghost town caretaker in Arizona, Laura Jean Schneider has returned to The Port Townsend Leader.  Formerly employed as an advertising executive, Schneider will join the … more
EDC Team Jefferson has launched its search for a new executive director. Brian Kuh, the current executive director, will stay with the team as its business services director.   The … more
Upon first entering Jim Moore’s metal shop, one’s eye naturally focuses on two imposing metal machines that fill a corner of the building.  A newcomer might not know what they … more
For four decades the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding has sharpened the minds and skills of students learning the ancient trade of shaping wood into strong, seaworthy craft. In celebration … more
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