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The Advanced CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and Computer Integrated Manufacturing students at Port Townsend High School are looking to put their prototyping skills to the test of running a small … more
Affordable housing, reproductive rights, health care, school funding, and the environment topped the list of concerns Port Townsend residents raised with Democratic candidates Emily Randall … more
Port Townsend Education Foundation (PTEF) has awarded $40,000 in grant funding to Port Townsend School District teachers for the 2023-2024 school year. Grants were awarded to teachers from Salish … more
Emergency crews team up on vehicle recovery   At approximately 4 p.m. March 13, a vehicle was reporter to have driven over a cliff on South Discovery Road. At least one occupant was … more
By James Robinson   Students in the Chimacum Schools Construction Trades Program are learning valuable trade skills while giving back to the community. “What we do at the … more
Registration is now open for the Jefferson County Conservation District’s spring natural landscaping courses. The interactive, three-classroom, two-field trip course emphasizes native plants, … more
The Olympic Peninsula YMCA and its community partners are engaged in efforts to establish a Children’s Advocacy Center in Jefferson County, one of the only counties in Washington state … more
Special to The Leader   The Port Townsend Main Street Program recently hosted its annual membership meeting and volunteer appreciation event, with 65 guests attending at Sterming Place … more
 By James Robinson   Local 4-H clubs are gearing up for another busy fair season and Anji Scalf, Jefferson County’s new 4-H coordinator, is here to help. “My role … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Since November, groups of demonstrators between 23 and 84 years old have been holding signs at the Tyler Street Plaza and Chimacum Corner Farmstand. Every Friday, … more
By James Robinson   Local government and environmental management agencies have teamed up to identify and find solutions to Chimacum Creek drainage issues, and the public is invited to … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   The next time you visit the Reveille Cafe at Fort Worden State Park, turn to your left as soon as you enter the cafe, and you’ll find a square, blocky, … more
County library district receives $10k grant   The Jefferson County Library District has been selected as one of 240 libraries nationwide to participate in an American Library … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   On Sunday, March 10, 13 members of East Jefferson Fire Rescue took part in the 33nd annual Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Firefighter Stairclimb, up the … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Three teenaged suspects were arrested March 6 and arraigned March 12 due to a reported gun incident. Port Townsend Police Deputy Chief Jeff Thaxton spoke to … more
Special to The Leader   East Jefferson Fire Rescue responded to a reported structure fire in Paradise Bay at approximately 2:30 a.m. on Monday, March 4. Several neighbors called … more
Special to The Leader   Emergency responders were dispatched for a vessel on the rocks on the east side of Marrowstone Island on Saturday, March 2. East Jefferson Fire Rescue … more
By James Robinson   Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro kicked off Monday’s State of the City address by identifying successes in 2023, major challenges, and lessons learned, … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   The deadline to return your ballot for the 2024 Jefferson County presidential primary election is Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. at one of 10 local drop-box … more
By James Robinson   Quilcene School District officials decided in a special session Feb. 23 to return a recently-failed levy question to voters in April’s special election. The … more
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