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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 215 calls for service between Saturday, Oct. 15 and Friday, Oct. 21. Below are selected reports. At 2:25 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19 in Port … more
The spirit of giving is in the air. And in the soup, too. Finnriver Farm & Cidery in Chimacum is hosting the third annual “Community Bowls & Soup Share” alongside their … more
The Caswell-Brown Village is entering a new phase. A cleaner phase. A portable shower unit has been brought to the village site and is scheduled to be hooked up to septic Wednesday, Nov. … more
A “first alarm” structure fire followed by a series of other 911 calls had firefighters at their limit last week. Callers described the fire on Lillian Street in Port Hadlock on … more
The housing crisis may be more relevant now than ever, but Jefferson County nonprofits have been working hard to help for many years. Even with the new focus … more
The past year had its challenges and successes, according to Shelby Smith, board member of the Community Wellness Project. “It was a good year … more
  The COVID-19 pandemic continues to influence local food banks, according to Shirley Moss. Moss, manager of the Port Townsend Food Bank, has seen the … more
A local tradition of altruistic donations to the fine organizations of Jefferson County is set to continue this year with Give Jefferson, United Good Neighbors of Jefferson County. The local field … more
The Elwha River’s recovery is a story of hope when the world needs it most. An essay by local filmmaker and writer Jessica Plumb describing over a decade of delving into what happens when … more
Port Townsend’s own Brother Townsend is getting down to business with the release of their new line-up’s first full-length album, “All the King’s Ashes,” with a release … more
The housing crisis may be more relevant now than ever, but Jefferson County nonprofits have been working hard to help for many years. Even with the new focus on this growing issue, these housing … more
Leslie Kelly special to the leader   It grew out of a talk between two neighbors, sitting outside on a summer evening. “Martha [Trolin] and I were just talking about all the … more
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