Peninsula Seahawks Win Fish Bowl 44 — 7th Straight Victory for 23 Out of 44

The Peninsula High School Seahawks beat the Gig Harbor Tides 39-30 at the 44th Annual Fish Bowl September 16 at Roy Anderson Field, notching their seventh consecutive win and 23rd overall since the first hometown rivalry tournament was played in 1979.

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Inside the light blue building of the Key Center Corral is an inconspicuous barbershop with an identity problem.

“I think because we use organic, free-trade products, people just assume a hippie owns it.”
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Mary G. Mazur

Mary G. Mazur died peacefully in her Longbranch home May 7 at the age of 90, surrounded by family.

In Memory of Christie Lyon

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It has been over a decade now, but I was a latecomer to join the smartphone scene.
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By the time our citizens read this, I will have been the “new” fire chief of Key Peninsula Fire District 16 for five months.

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Campaign Signs from the August Primary

I am disappointed by many of our local political candidates. They want our votes but don’t care enough about us to remove the visual pollution their campaign signs create along our roads.

Elect Elizabeth Kreiselmaier

No to Jesse Young

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