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  By Roland Nikles Special to The Leader             Esther Whitmore, lead shipwright at Haven Boatworks, says a … more
By Mitzi Jo Gordon   Last week, Jefferson County prosecutors dismissed charges against the Port Townsend man accused in January in the death of his infant son. Jordan Sorenson, … more
By James Robinson   While Chimacum School District voters widely supported the district’s ask for more funding in the special election Feb. 13, Quilcene School District voters … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   The Jefferson Healthcare Medical Center on Sheridan Street in Port Townsend recently entered the next phase of its facility’s development, as confirmed by … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Last year saw FairWinds Winery celebrate 30 years in operation, making it the oldest winery in Jefferson County. In January, FairWinds owners and staff invited the … more
By Leader Staff Jefferson County PUD commissioners approved a resolution Feb. 6 adopting a slate of rate increases for utility pole attachments, to aid with capital replacement costs. Countywide … more
One more drop   In the Wednesday, Feb. 7 letters section, Mr. Brent Shirley very well addressed our leaking reserves and proposed pool project. Very sensible and well thought out. … more
County Commissioner seeks re-election  Elected to her first term in 2020, District 2 Jefferson County Commissioner Heidi Eisenhour has indicated she will seek re-election this year for a … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County was on Capitol Hill last week, seeking increased funding for affordable housing from Washington state … more
BY Barbara Faurot   To get a head start on spring and summer, now is the perfect time to begin starting seeds. It’s an economical way to grow a wide variety of fresh vegetables, … more
By Leader Staff   Swan School on Kuhn Street in Port Townsend recently celebrated 40 years of service as a community-based educational non-profit. Two special open house events, coming … more
By Kirk Boxleitner If you’re not ready to let go of an item that’s seen better days — whether it’s a piece of clothing that needs mending, an appliance that no longer … more
By Mitzi Jo Gordon As a teenager, Aimee Dailey-Fallat began washing dishes for a restaurant in her Pennsylvania home town. From these humble beginnings, a lifelong passion for the food industry … more
By Kirk Boxleitner Even before Jefferson County’s portion of the 2024 nationwide Point In Time count was completed, members of the Olympic Community Action Programs, or OlyCAP, were … more
Registration open for Stream Stewards   The Stream Stewards Program, hosted by WSU and the North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC), provides Jefferson and Clallam County residents with … more
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
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