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When people share a common goal and are willing to work together for the good of the order, great things happen. All that’s required is a willingness to dedicate to a mission and a commitment to show up to help regularly. more
I wanted to understand myself, my family, and all the rest of us. It seemed to me that my only chance was to understand all the rest of life, to see who we are by seeing who we are not. more
I received a message in February from Key Peninsula Firefighter-Paramedic Adam Morse about an opportunity. In my campaign for fire commissioner last year, I didn’t get the endorsement of his … more
It has been over a year since I retired from a 35-year career. I feel very fortunate and am thankful to have had a job I enjoyed. It’s a cliché, especially since I was a pilot, but all … more
I left Lakebay May 14 to return to Ukraine for the fifth time to continue my volunteer work as an animal rescuer for K9 Rescue Ukraine. Flying into Krakow, where a colleague was … more
As a parent of two middle schoolers, I want to thank the Key Peninsula Civic Center for hosting Skate Night on Fridays and Girls Volleyball on Mondays. more
What does a day in my life look like? A black 17-year-old who lives in a predominantly white community. Well, it’s hard to explain. more
I had a poor report card once in middle school, but recent reports on how society has worked on climate change are much worse. more
Young whippersnappers can hardly believe their ears when I’m talking. It sounds like the History Channel when I trot out dinosaurs like “TV set,” “Beatles album,” … more
The oldest kid moved out this spring, the first of our offspring to leave the nest. It took a day to pack up the U-Haul and then unload it at their new place. After one last sweep of our house, I … more
I want to begin by saying how much I enjoy and value the Key Peninsula News. So I felt great dismay when I read the recent editorial regarding the discrimination in the Peninsula School District … more
Any conversation about development on the Key Peninsula prompts diverse visions. A perfect example is the hope of restoring Lakebay Marina and the work it will entail. more
Absorb the information and resources shared in Lisa Bryan's outstanding public service article from the April 2024. Keep it handy for future reference. more
The launch of the Pierce Transit Runner service in Gig Harbor has brought up the question: “Why not the Key Peninsula?” more
I have been playing sports all my life, from water polo to flag football to golf, but I fell in love with baseball. Over the last several years, I have been so focused on my … more
The birdsong begins early. It’s better than any alarm clock. Sweeter, gentler, more alive. more
An early spring sailing regatta out of Shilshole Bay got me thinking about reassessing my definition of fun. more
My dad, Raymond Olinger, joined the Army in 1945 after graduating high school at the top of his class of 20 in Buxton County, Kansas, when he was 17 years old. He was in Minot, North Dakota, that … more
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