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As with most people who are good at eating, I also cook a bit. And like most of those people, there are a few things I cook well, more I do OK, and some I should never try again. more
The perennial top-10 finisher at the state cross-country state championships teaches students at Swiftwater Elementary the basics of running through fun activities and exposure to the sport. more
It was around New Year’s when Adam DeLeo made the discovery. Cabin fever propelled him into a local forest he had only visited once or twice and wanted to know better. more
Co-captains Robby Akulschin and Elliot Gillam expect big things this spring from the Peninsula High School lacrosse team. more
Megan Blunk is Paralympic champion, taking home a gold medal in 2016, but her greatest victory is her triumph over a longstanding battle with depression. more
Ralph Brahos and his wife Arlene swallowed the anchor. That is to say, they gave up the sailing life they enjoyed for most of their lives together in exchange for an existence on dry land. more
The No. 19-seed Peninsula Seahawks could not overcome a cold night of shooting from the field and the free throw line as they fell to the 14-seed Ridgeline Falcons. more
For all those Peninsula High School trivia buffs out there: Who was the first-ever Seahawks girls wrestler to win a state championship? That answer and honor goes to Mira Sonnen. … more
Peninsula junior Jonah Bergerson (100-yard backstroke) and sophomore Zachary Ruckle (1-meter diving) both took fourth place in their respective events and the Seahawks boys swim team finished in 16th … more
The Peninsula girls basketball team lost to the Timberline Blazers, 61-50, in the fifth-place consolation game of the district 3/4 3A Girls Basketball Tournament. more
Kaylia Heidelberg scored a game-high 20 points and the Peninsula Seahawks girls basketball team beat the Mountain View Thunder (Vancouver), 42-32, at home to advance in the District 3/4 Girls … more
The Peninsula Seahawks boys and girls wrestling teams competed Feb. 10 at the 3A regional tournaments for a chance to earn their way to the WIAA State Wrestling Mat Classic next weekend at the Tacoma … more
The Peninsula Seahawks girls basketball team lost to the undefeated North Thurston Rams, 76-48, in the first round of the South Sound Conference District 3/4 Girls Basketball Tournament in Lacey. … more
The South Sound Conference announced the 2023-24 All-SSC girls and boys basketball honorees last month. Peninsula girls senior guard Kaylia Heidelberg and junior Grace Richardson were … more
The Peninsula Seahawks girls basketball team claimed sole possession of third place in the South Sound Conference with a win over Gig Harbor, 42-27. It was the Seahawks second win over the Tides in less than 48 hours. more
“This is crazy,” Amy Amos keeps saying as we wade up Little Minter Creek, stepping over logs and bundles of willow branches until we are directly under the Key Peninsula Highway. more
Not long ago, in a one-window studio apartment under a carport, I made my first attempt at sowing seeds. more
In the fall of 2022, members of the Longbranch Improvement Club put a bug in Kelly Hettinger’s ear. They wanted to play pickleball. more
Sean, Cole, and Aiden Muilenberg will suit up for the final time together the PHS boys' basketball season wraps up this month. more
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