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By Leader Staff   The Olympic Area Agency on Aging (O3A) announced it has received state funding as a pilot site to help and support people with possible or diagnosed dementia to live … more
Special to The Leader   A trio of Jefferson County-based nonprofits are among the recipients of the state Department of Commerce Housing Trust Fund’s investment of $312.6 million … more
By James Robinson   In a special election on Feb. 13, Chimacum area voters must decide whether to increase property taxes to fund the Chimacum School District’s capital projects … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   A $2.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce will allow the Port of Port Townsend to purchase a new boat hoist, in addition to retaining at least 171 … more
  Members of the Port of Port Townsend’s Farm Steering Committee will walk the recently-acquired Short’s Family Farm in Chimacum on Feb. 7 as step one of the agency’s plan … more
    A treasured space for connection, The Nest community coffeehouse celebrates its first anniversary this month. One of three staple programs of the youth-oriented nonprofit … more
  Kelli Sullivan, owner of Ground to Perfection at 1117 Water Street, serves up hot coffee and other treats to locals and visitors alike, seven days a week. Formerly in the biotech field in … more
Volunteers sought for Snow Creek plantings   The North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC) and the Jefferson Land Trust seek volunteers to help plant native trees and shrubs along the … more
    Over the course of seven hours on Saturday, Jan. 27, roughly a dozen members of the North Olympic Peninsula Quilts of Valor worked with close to 30 yards of fabric in the … more
  After three months as managing editor of a newspaper in one of my favorite communities, I’m confronted with an uncomfortable realization: I did the best I could, but could have done … more
    On Saturday, Feb. 3, more than 30 Port Townsend music students will travel to Port Angeles to participate in the Washington Music Educators Association North Olympic Regional … more
  While he may hold down a more formal, no-nonsense job, Daniel Schafer has recently gone public with the flights of fantasy previously shared only with his family. Schafer, the … more
    It's a measure of how far pop culture has progressed that "The Iron Claw" is neither Zac Efron's first critically praised performance, nor is it the first film about … more
  Visiting an artist in their studio provides a path to better understand their process and get a more intimate look at their work outside the gallery setting. Ann Reynolds-Pearl is no … more
    Many people cannot articulate what makes a good or bad design — they just know when they see it. For Rebekah Fessenden, honing that vision has been a lifelong learning … more
    Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County addressed the public on Jan. 18 at the Jefferson County Library, which borders Habitat’s planned Mason Street development. … more
  An important case for protecting legacy forests in Jefferson County came before the Superior Court on Jan. 19.  Two sets of lawyers, one representing Washington’s … more
Jefferson County’s lengthy permit process is about to get an upgrade that will consider requests in a more timely manner, according to the county’s Director of Community Development. … more
    Protest marchers took their calls for reproductive rights to the streets at noon on Saturday, Jan. 20, lining the sides of Sims Way with picket signs. From Safeway down to … more
  A program of Jefferson County Farmers Markets aims to make it easier for people of the global majority to start and grow their market businesses. Entering its third year, the BIPOC … more
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