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The novel coronavirus is inspiring more people to grow their own fresh veggies this spring. Square foot … more
Springtime comes to the peninsula. The soil warms and bird songs light up the mornings. In the forest you no longer tramp recklessly … more
Flour. Water. Salt. Yeast. These are the basic ingredients of bread dough. (It’s also the title of an excellent cookbook). When I was growing up, bread baking was part of my … more
Walk the peninsula’s beaches this time of year and you won’t find much of a high tide line. Gone are the mounds of seaweed, the … more
A drop in demand due to closure of the Chinese market adds to the downturn for Washington shellfish growers due to trade war tariffs. more
After a year as pastor of Key Peninsula Lutheran Church, Anna Bonaro has gained new … more
Martha and Steven Konicek never planned to own a tree farm. But in 2017 their neighbor clear-cut 40 acres and considered selling a nearby 40-acre parcel, land more
Key Peninsula Middle School seventh grader James McCourt plays so many instruments it took a while for him and his mom, Eryn McCourt, to list them all. more
A desire for fresh eggs ignited a passion for raising chickens. Pets hold a … more
The community of Northwest archivists, historians, genealogists and writers as well as many ordinary citizens were shocked at … more
Our daily lives are drastically changing as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the country. While hunkered down at home as our food supplies dwindle, the idea of grocery shopping … more
While the Key Peninsula’s hillsides collapse under rain that reveals how we’re all just sitting on a … more
When I first moved to Louisiana I was often asked where I lived. A kind but accurate coworker stated “in her car — but she gets her mail in New Orleans.” I was working on a … more
I don’t remember what time it was, if I ever knew, but I do remember sitting at the bar holding up a guy I’d never seen before who’d draped his … more
After seven years of remodeling, the Robinsons can finally enjoy their historic … more
Ex-CIA recruiter uses multiple talents to strengthen community. more
After a year of leadership at Children’s Home Society of … more
Sailor, salvage officer and 100-ton master’s license captain Katy Stewart of Wauna will compete in her fifth consecutive race to Alaska, known as the R2AK, more
Sarah Anderson spilled the beans on Facebook in mid-October. She, her husband Bryant and mother Nan Feagin had purchased the building located between El Sombrero and the KP Smoke Shop and are planning to open a cafe. more
Although the restaurant is only eight months old, its history goes way back, starting with a whirlwind romance that spanned the globe. more
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