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Sewer progress in Hadlock County crews continue to lay pipeline for the Port Hadlock sewer project, with crews pushing into the four-way stop at the Port Hadlock QFC this week, and working up … more
    The Port Townsend Main Street Program is pleased to announce the return of its free outdoor “Concerts on the Dock” series in Pope Marine Park, running from 5-7 … more
Jefferson County Health Department officials closed Port Ludlow Bay, Mats Mats Bay and Discovery Bay last week for the recreational harvest of shellfish, after water samples showed high levels of the … more
There are a number of events planned around July 4, and The Leader can provide advice on how to help make those celebrations safer.   July 4 activities Centrum presents Fiddle … more
  Mary O’Shaughnessy and husband Charlie Van Gilder, both artists, left Chicago in 2014 to move to Port Townsend, where Van Gilder lived in the late 1970s. In 2021, … more
  A stroll through downtown Port Townsend is always a stroll through history, a fact that draws a lot of our many visitors. It can also be lost on residents who are accustomed to the … more
Scott Seymour, James Feit, Linda Gallaher, and Dena Bugel-Shunra hold signs of protest about the war in Gaza at Tyler Street Plaza on Friday, June 28. The Jefferson County Palestine Solidarity … more
“Voting is a core tenet of our democracy. If you could vote in the 2024 election, what issue would most influence your vote?” That question, put out as part of the League of … more
  As the 2024 election year ticks by, leading us closer and closer to that Tuesday in November, tensions increase every day. Not to mention the Middle East is in the midst of the brutal … more
    Port Townsend is being included in a national research project examining the relationship between local resolutions and US foreign policy — particularly nuclear weapons … more
  Chimacum Elementary students competed in the school’s first annual spelling bee June 18-19, and the competition was buzzing. In all, 32 third-graders and 36 fourth-graders … more
These are the other winners in the essay contest sponsored by the   League of Women Voters - Jefferson County.   Calliope Mosher 2nd Place   Melting polar ice … more
  Janet “Jan” Klockers Boutilier asked a logical question: “How did this just happen to fall into my lap?” At the same time, she also seems like the perfect … more
    1891-1898 – Not verified.   1899 – Odd Fellows Hall on Lawrence Street (built in 1897) - It has been the Uptown Theatre since 1947.   … more
    Jefferson County Public Health officials removed the health warning at Marrowstone Island’s East Beach on June 21 after a new round of water testing on June 20 showed … more
  Bayside Housing and Services has been working with Jefferson County and the American Legion to assume management of the homeless shelter at the Marvin G. Shields Memorial Legion Hall in … more
Dates set for free career healthcare academy   Jefferson Healthcare, in partnership with Peninsula College, local public school districts, and Career Connect WA, is presenting a free, … more
Summer kicks off this weekend when Field Day, a community event, comes to the Fort Worden in Port Townsend on Saturday, June 29. Natalie Maitland, of Fort Worden Hospitality, said that Field Day is … more
    The Puget Sound summer crab fishing season opens July 1 in the Port Townsend area, giving local crabbers a chance to drop pots for the iconic Dungeness crab. “The … more
This summer saw two U.S. Coast Guard members, both of whom had graduated from high school in Jefferson County, engaging in a generational succession of sorts. more
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