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Kevin Reed Content, context and correctness Have you noticed that the national political split we see in the presidential race seems to rip all the way down to each of us as individuals? Makes … more
Sue Surratt Tides of Change It was 1975 when I first stepped ashore on Herron Island. I've been here off and on ever since. I've come to realize this unique little island offered childhood … more
Frank Slater Follow the rules A recent GOP survey I completed contained this question: “Would you support immigration reform that included securing our borders and a path to citizenship for … more
Monika Rakowski Monica Rakowski Cannabis, a powerful herbal medicine I was warned against writing this column. After considering the consequences, I decided this topic is too important not … more
Anne Nesbit You can stop suicide All you have to do is listen. Most people thinking of suicide want to stay alive. They are instead struggling to live with the pain they feel and are looking … more
Ted Olinger The Key Peninsula has been home to anarchists, millionaires and poet-loving loggers, and remains the summer refuge for whatever the opposite of a snowbird is. I have lived here a … more
Chris Fitzgerald Something to Bray About Here on the Key Peninsula where we enjoy horses, cows, pigs, goats and plenty of chickens and ducks inhabiting many small farms of our rural … more
Anna Brones Real food, in season: brussels sprouts Off the top of your head, can you name what’s in season right now? When we enter a supermarket or a grocery store nowadays, we have … more
Monika Rakowski Monica Rakowski Nature's best way to beat stress Stress is an inescapable part of life. It may take the form of taxes, difficulties at work, or a traffic jam. The sources are … more
Dan Whitmarsh Dan Whitmarsh During a recent renovation project at the Lakebay Church, I pulled a painting off the wall. I was surprised to discover an inscription on the back. “Presented … more
Anna Brones Real food, in season: parsnips  With its abundance of produce, eating seasonally in the Pacific Northwest is the chance to align our diets with the seasons and explore food in … more
Steve Whitford Helping hands January is a month for reflection, and so I’ve decided it’s time you found out who helps make Words of Whit work, and why. While growing up I paid little … more
Chris Fitzgerald Rethinking the 'Christmas Surprise' “Please help me find a free puppy for my loving 4-year-old son for Christmas.” The Craigslist ad writer further said she had little … more
Monica Rakowski Tips for planning next year's garden I've already started receiving seed catalogs in my mailbox. They are a reminder that, although this year's garden has been harvested, next … more
Dan Whitmarsh Dan Whitmarsh My friend’s son passed away last spring. He was a young man, whose life was taken by cancer far too soon. My friend texted me a picture from his son’s … more
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