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It’s one of the Northwest Maritime Center’s more valuable resources, even if it’s kept a relatively low profile over the years, but the NWMC has plans for its Pilothouse Simulator … more
    What do an oyster and a bear have in common? Both the ursine apex predator and the bivalve filter-feeder need to fatten up to prepare for winter’s lean rations. The … more
  At 8:15 A.M. on December 14, the water temperature off of Point Hudson was 49.1 degrees Fahrenheit. That's just seventeen degrees above freezing and barely two degrees below the … more
  This picture was captured on the beach at Fort Flager. I walked to within ten feet of the eagle-eating crab. Then, I realized we knew each other. From my beach cabin at the mouth of … more
Jefferson County Library District told the Leader that the people have spoken, and the votes have been counted and they extend a heartfelt thank you to all who participated in their 2023 Gingerbread … more
Key City Public Theatre's Professional Theatre Training program is back, offering winter and spring sessions for all aspiring young actors in Port Townsend and Chimacum. Kristin Manwaring … more
    Port Townsend’s first “Tiny House on Wheels” (THOW) was celebrated by both the property’s owners and the city officials who helped make it possible … more
  The Chimacum Creek Literacy Program is interested in adding 20 reading tutors to its existing team of 25, assisting pre-kindergarten through first-grade classroom teachers at the Chimacum … more
Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz on Monday released the locations of 2,000 acres of structurally complex state forestland proposed to be set aside for conservation as funded by the Climate … more
Eric Pickens announced his candidacy for the position of 24th District State Representative. "I am running for State Representative because, as a teacher and a working parent, I have witnessed … more
Compiled by Katherine Darrow   December 28, 1923 Welcome wagon The Development of the Nordland district of Scow Bay has been one of the pleasing events of the last ten years. … more
    Artists and musicians started “First Night” to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Boston in December of 1975, and in the 21st century, Port Townsend was finally … more
A midday semi-truck accident on Thursday, Dec. 21, on Highway 20 narrowed the road to single-lane alternating access, but was not the result of driver impairment, nor did it result in any injuries. … more
    The Friends of the Port Townsend Golf Park converged on City Hall on the morning of Friday, Dec. 15, so that Bob Wheeler, president of the Friends, could join City Manager … more
    The unwrapping of the Port Townsend Post Office last week drew holiday-related reactions but there is still a mystery about how much this particular gift will cost us.   … more
  When the community converged in the Port Townsend High School library on the evening of Thursday, Dec. 7, they got to hear from the Port Townsend School District Librarian, and even from … more
Mayor David Faber told The Leader that he has seen two significant plans to replace the pool fall apart. As he nears the end of his eighth year on the Council, he’s witnessing his third, … more
    The arrival of compact discs and digital media has repeatedly characterized vinyl records as a "dead art form,” but it thrives in Port Townsend. Quimper Sound, once … more
Both of us have stood at tee boxes, looked eagerly down a green fairway, and risen to the challenge by hitting golf balls straight and far – but in the absolute wrong direction.   In these … more
    A one-vehicle rollover on Marrowstone Island in the early morning of Wednesday, Dec. 13, resulted in two Port Townsend men in their early 20s being airlifted to Harborview … more
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