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The handmade wooden rowboat — with two oars fastened with leather ties and the name “VICTORY” painted on the stern — slipped away silently as the tide came in on the Marrowstone Island beach where she was left one evening after a day of play. more
The Navy announced this week that personnel at Naval Magazine Indian Island will hold a security training exercise Thursday, June 4. more
Primary ballots set to be mailed to voters on July 15 for the 2020 Primary Election will be long this year as three dozen candidates have filed to run against Gov. Jay Inslee in the upcoming gubernatorial race. more
Chimacum students are getting a little extra in the lunch bags delivered every day to bus stops near their homes. more
A crowd of more than 100 lined both sides of Sims Way in Port Townsend Wednesday afternoon to rally for social justice and protest against racism. more
The Wheel-in Motor Movie Theater in Port Townsend opened for the summer 2020 season last weekend after Jefferson County moved into Phase 2 of re-opening from the COVID-19 shutdown. more
Ripples of a national uprising were felt in Port Townsend as more than 100 people gathered May 30 to protest against police brutality. The protest was one of many across the country that occurred … more
A new case of coronavirus was confirmed just a day before Jefferson County officially moved into the full Phase 2 of the governor’s “Safe Start” reopening plan June 1. The new … more
The Fort Worden Public Development Authority is facing an existential financial threat as hospitality industry revenue across the U.S. plunges. The fort is projecting losses of $4 million through … more
Brian Kelly has been named as the new editor of the Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader. Kelly, a 30-year veteran of the newspaper industry, has worked for daily and non-daily newspapers … more
Cloth masks are not perfect. They come in all different shapes, colors and patterns of varying degrees of comfortability and breathability. They hurt ears, pinch noses, mess up hair and fog up … more
Jefferson County health officials confirmed a new case of coronavirus on May 31.  more
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