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On the 50th anniversary year of Woodstock, we look back on the pictures of that event with wonder. Thousands of strangers sharing music, … more
I am a gun owner and I commend Ted Olinger’s column about reducing gun violence (“I Like Guns, But…” KP News, September 2019).   Nearly 40,000 annual deaths (and 100,000 injuries) is a … more
I would like to offer comments on two of the opinion pieces in the September edition of the paper.  Ted Olinger offers a well-reasoned opinion on the gun issue facing our country (“I Like Guns, … more
Clam: Ouch! Watch where you’re walking. Homo sapiens (H sap): What are you doing on top of the sand? You’re usually buried a foot or so … more
My first solo rescue call was an injured bald eagle spotted on the ground near the Stillaguamish River. The bird’s broken wing prevented any … more
I like firearms — let’s get that straight. When my eyes were sharper and my back was straighter, I was a crack shot. Among other things in my … more
The world recently lost one of the most profound voices of our time, Toni Morrison. This Nobel laureate and recipient of the Presidential Medal of … more
In July I spent a week in the North Cascades, in the shadow of Mount Baker. It reminded me that we are blessed to live amid some of the most … more
As I walked down the dusty gravel road, carrying my brown paper lunch bag, happily anticipating the first day of school in the second grade, I twirled … more
In the early hours of June 24, thieves  forced entry into the Lakebay Post Office, stealing mail and packages and leaving security-minded post office box holders wondering … more
The Case Inlet toxic bloom  is one of several  tracked around the Key Peninsula. more
Unsightly and unhealthy, fresh water algae blooms are becoming more common. On July 8, Don Thomson found himself posting signs warning … more
The Key Peninsula is a community where being different turns out to be a very good thing.  When the Key Peninsula News joined the Washington … more
Volunteering for civic organizations on the Key Peninsula is often associated with rearranging furniture, separating the recyclables, and raising enormous … more
If you’re lucky enough to live on the Key Peninsula, you probably have the chance to visit Puget Sound beaches more often than the … more
First to break the morning stillness is the drumming and wik-wik-wik of a flicker, muffled somewhat by a thick clump of alder and cedars. A band-tailed pigeon … more
Washington State is located in the soggy northwest corner of the continental U.S. The Key Peninsula is the southernmost peninsula of Puget Sound, an inner … more
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Thank you for another great edition of the KP News in July. I’ve had the honor to pilot a couple of Honor Flights. We treat these as an opportunity to show our respect for the … more
An accidental summer guest flew in on a wing and quickly realized he’d made a big mistake. Like most startled birds, he instinctively flew … more
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