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Dec. 14, 2012 dawned like any other mid-winter day. School was winding down before the holidays, Christmas was on the horizon, and families were anticipating the start of the coming new year. But it … more
Quite a while ago I had an opportunity to host a group who shared unique recreational interests. We were discussing future development of some vacant property and quickly got into a brain-storming … more
We have to talk about it. Asking someone if they are having suicidal thoughts will not give them the idea of ending their life. Instead, it creates an environment where they will feel safe asking for … more
It was a sunny fall day, so I went for a run at Gateway Park. When I run, I like to give folks a half smile and a little wave when I pass them. I get something similar in return or the opposite, … more
This year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Key Peninsula News. Of course, we might not really be 50. Could be 48; maybe 51? We’re celebrating anyway. The front page of … more
I am writing to help Taylor Bay resident Dale Lyman improve his letter to the editor from December’s issue. First, avoid stereotypes, such as the slow driver with the liberal bumper … more
Time and again I’ve heard that “all politics is local,” but I’m beginning to wonder how true that is. We already know the outcomes of the November 8 election, but before we … more
I can’t walk anymore, so I move around in a power wheelchair. One young friend was surprised to learn that the chair must be plugged in at night to recharge. Because she had never seen me move … more
I woke early on those cold winter mornings, the jangling alarm clock wrestling me from blissful Christmas dreams. As the rest of the family slept, I pulled on my wool socks and long underwear, topped … more
I always try to follow the family credo, “do what you can with what you got” and “show appreciation for gifts — especially unexpected gifts.” My better half and I used to spend weekends … more
Senioritis. The urban dictionary defines it as “A crippling disease that strikes high school seniors. Symptoms include laziness, an excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, … more
The signs were unmistakable, but also unexpected. There was the change of leaves and the return of rain-soaked school buses, of course, and the annual appearance of the local bear on her hind legs … more
This is a humble note of thanks to the Key Peninsula community. Our family dog ran away from Bayside Animal Lodge November 7. We were out of town but after quick phone calls friends and family … more
I respectfully ask you to post this in your biased editorial next to all the amateur writers so bent on constantly voicing their community gripes. Some of those you provide this outlet seem to be … more
Your article about WayPoint South and Pastor Mark (“WayPoint South Finds the Key to Home Through Grace on the Peninsula,” November) made me want to go to church there — and I … more
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The season to be thankful and generous in spirit is just around the bend. It comes not a moment too soon. It’s finally time to snuggle up inside after a dry summer that lasted longer than any in … more
The Temptations’ Motown classics, “My Girl,” “Get Ready” and “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” were music highlights of my high school years. The songs were … more
My granddaughter and I have a new tradition, something I never could have predicted. We demonstrate for women’s rights together. Today we stood on a corner in Gig Harbor along with other women, … more
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