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At age 81, Key Peninsula resident William Michael Paul has just written and starred in his first short film, “Kola.” more
Run it back but with a few tweaks. That’s how the defending South Sound Conference champion Peninsula Seahawks girls basketball team is looking at the 2023-24 season. more
The Peninsula Seahawks boys and girls wrestling teams look to start their season building on the success they had at the 2023 WIAA State Wrestling Mat Classic last February. … more
“I’m a Pisces,” said Susan Arends. “I go with the flow.” more
It is November. Gullies are soggy. The exact edges of creeks are hard to define. The last leaves are limp yellow rags that drag across my shoulders as I make my way downhill. more
My dad hated rice. That and celery. He was a U.S. Navy ensign during the Korean War and spent a month on an ammunition ship getting ferried across the Pacific to meet his destroyer. more
Here’s the good news for the Peninsula Seahawks boys basketball team: Cole Muilenburg, the team’s 6-foot, 6-inch senior guard who suffered a leg injury during last football season and … more
Brandon and Alanya Vuysteke are a farming couple who have big plans for their property on the Key Peninsula. more
On May 10, 2016, then Herron Island ferry captain John Farris posted a photo on the islanders’ group on Facebook with a laconic caption, as was his style, even though the announcement could … more
Happy birthday wishes arrived by letter from President Joe and First Lady Jill Biden, as well as from Gov. Jay Inslee and his wife Trudi, with their congratulations. Generations of family and … more
The Key Peninsula Volunteer Firefighters Association and Fire District 16 honored its longest-serving member at the Sept. 12 commission meeting, commending Jerry Marsh for 50 years of service … more
Within six months of each other two women with deep Wauna connections will reach a rare milestone. Marcelle “Mar” Hoey and Betty Boyd will celebrate their 100th birthdays — Hoey in … more
Dusk, late summer. A deer works the edge of the pasture. A lonely frog, peeping, is answered by a cricket. As the light slips, a bat skitters in and out of the shrinking circle I can see. more
The bones look like driftwood from a distance, half-submerged at the high tide line. Binoculars reveal them to be ancient stone artifacts. Or so it seems. This whale carcass is hard to believe. … more
Who said we have no sense of history around here? I mean, we love to retell the old stories of anarchists, contraception pioneers, free love, and —gasp — nude bathing in Home Colony … more
When you are as busy as new Peninsula High School girls and boys swim coach Athena Petterson, your day job and night job start to blur together. When her team isn’t winning meets, … more
Derek Grannes and Alex Donahou were tossing back a few drinks at The Floatation Device Pub & Grill near the Purdy Spit last December. Nothing strange about friends of nearly 20 years getting … more
Rachel Ostoyich knows where she is going when she dies. She’s been there already. Because she died already. It was 2008. Ostoyich, then 19, was at Allenmore Hospital in Tacoma. She … more
Water rippling on a windshield. That’s how Alex Burley describes the look of the spirits she speaks with. more
After a seven-year drought, the Tides overcame a 14-0 halftime deficit to win the Fish Bowl for the first time since 2015. more
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