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    The 10th Annual Brass Screw Consortium Steampunk Festival celebration of weird science, peculiar genius, metal props, snug buttresses and good company returned to Port … more
  Team Malolo won the eighth running of the Race to Alaska at 2:36 p.m. (Alaska Time) on Monday, June 17, with captain Duncan Gladman and crewmembers Paul Gibson, Becky Kelly and Matthew … more
  Former Port Townsend Mayor Brent Shirley filed a complaint May 6 against City Manager John Mauro, alleging Mauro inflated his professional credentials to obtain the position and now … more
    Lawyers for a Port Townsend woman banned for life from the Mountain View pool, after a confrontation there with a transgender employee in 2022, filed a lawsuit in U.S. … more
New deputy fire Marshal Brian Tracer has been appointed deputy fire marshal for the Jefferson County Office of the Fire Marshal. Tracer will focus his efforts on inspections, investigations … more
  In a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday, June 15, members of the city government and Port Townsend citizens danced in the streets to commemorate Discovery Road's reopening. The project … more
    East Jefferson Rivals Athletics Director Shelby Box has been awarded the InSideOut Leadership Award on behalf of the Seattle Seahawks, the NFL Foundation and the InSideOut … more
    Two dozen people gathered on Sunday, June 16, at LB Good Memorial Park, across the road from the Naval Magazine Indian Island, at a vigil protesting the use of U.S. weapons … more
    Salmon season opens off the Washington coast on June 22, when recreational anglers will have the opportunity to cast for Chinook and hatchery-marked Coho at Neah Bay, La Push … more
  With early bird passes to the 25th anniversary of the Port Townsend Film Festival already on sale starting June 17, PTFF Marketing and Development Director Keith Hitchcock is eager to … more
irst came an email, next a voicemail, then more email, including forwards from other people who work at The Leader: Laura Martin, long- time resident of Port Townsend, had passed away.  It … more
  They are the progeny of post-war America and they are called “baby boomers” because they number so many. So many investors that the world’s economy boomed for most … more
  While a number of local stores struggled to adjust to the COVID pandemic, what forced the shutdown on the Nordland General Store on Marrowstone Island was a fire, in November of 2020. … more
  Eclectic musical duo Alice Howe and Freebo are making their fifth concert appearance in Port Townsend, and their third at The Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, … more
    For the last two years, retired professionals have provided healthy snacks and after-school tutoring for students at Chimacum Junior/Senior High School on Tuesday and Thursday … more
    Sequim artists Lizbeth Harper and Roberta Cooper are contributing to a rise in well-received post-pandemic community events, and they came to Port Townsend to do it. … more
    A dismal weather forecast put a damper on what was set to be a record turnout for the “Bon Jon Pass Out” gravel bicycle race in Quilcene on Saturday, June 15. … more
    A draft of the strategic plan to address longstanding issues at the Fort Worden Lifelong Learning Center — among them an array of options including private development … more
  The Race to Alaska kicked off bright and early Sunday, June 9, from the Port Townsend Marina, when more than 35 sailboats embarked on their mission to reach Ketchikan, Alaska. The … more
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