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Almost a year to the date after the public hearing on Jefferson County’s first attempt to regulate shooting ranges in Jefferson County, many of the faces at the hearing on this year’s … more
Approaching the solstice, each day, dark comes earlier. But for students at Sunfield Farm and Waldorf School, the coming of winter is a time to celebrate. more
The Leader’s newsroom is gaining a new but familiar face to the community. more
The passage of anti-tax activist Tim Eyman’s Initiative 976, which will limit the annual license fees for vehicles at $30, will not have an effect on the proposal to build a roundabout at the state Route 104/Paradise Bay/Shine Road intersection. more
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe announced in early October a new partnership with Cooke Aquaculture to rear black cod and sterile all-female rainbow trout in Port Angeles, much to the dismay of wild salmon conservationists who say marine net pens are an “environmental disaster.” more
Locally grown turkeys are sold out in Jefferson County. more
The 4,000 ballots tallied Friday afternoon confirm a solid win by political newcomer Monica MickHager over three-term Port Townsend City Council Member and Mayor Deborah Stinson. MickHager garnered 58 percent of the vote for City Council position 3, with 2,251 votes over Stinson’s 1,721. more
Jefferson County voters made history this year when they approved the Port of Port Townsend’s Industrial Development District levy for capital improvement projects. more
Shortly after completion of the Jefferson Street improvement project in January 2019, Port Townsend City Engineer Laura Parsons said people began to notice and notify the city about a problem with the top step. Today orange netting and a traffic cone prevent traffic on the step. more
The Port Townsend Police Department received 165 calls for service during the week of Nov. 4-10, which included the following number of calls in the following categories: • 911: 6. • … more
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received 284 calls between Nov. 1 and Nov. 8. Below are some of the notable calls from the week. At 2:50 p.m. on Nov. 1 a caller reported a burglary had … more
The trial for a man charged with vehicular homicide has been moved to February after he attempted to commit suicide on the day of his previously scheduled trial. A mistrial was declared on Oct. 29 … more
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