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Quilcene had it all on a recent weather-perfect Saturday. The Quilcene Fair and Parade satisfied all of your needs with a car show, a football game, a “burnout,” craft booths, food … more
By all accounts, the tragedy in Lahaina should have, if not could have, been prevented. We know now that the emergency sirens were not sounded because the leader of the Maui Emergency Management … more
“22 years and I just found the spot you were saving for me / Thanks for keeping it secret so I don’t have to share / The rock is still a little warm, so I’m going to sit here a … more
Joseph Wambaugh’s books on the camaraderie and tomfoolery of policing weighed large on my teenage mind so my first career aspiration was to be a cop. As I made my way through high school … more
So, this week is BJ’s birthday and we are looking forward to the challenge of deciphering the cursive writing ... more
The (almost) five-hour Port Townsend City Council meeting Monday night was (almost) the culmination of 10 months of meetings with stakeholder groups, all focused on the problem with the Port Townsend … more
We applaud the city of Port Townsend for its outreach in the form of their new YouTube channel. Its first topic is a sore subject, as I’m sure the council and every city staff member is … more
When our society finds a better way to archive public records for the people, it will have the full support of this newspaper. Public notices (legals) are the surest way to let the citizens know … more
Thanksgiving was great with nice weather, family gatherings, excellent food, fine wine, pro football, college football, World Cup “futbol,” and even a kickball game. (I was a pinch … more
Hatch Schneider is the new editor of the Port Townsend and Jefferson County Leader, and he has the newsroom on a tight leash. He has worked as a reporter and editor across the U.S. for more than … more
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