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Captain Robert Bosch, the last of the Bosch legacy at Key Peninsula Fire District 16, retired on May 27, marking the end of an era for the department. more
Stephanie Brooks, the owner of Gnosh food truck knew something didn’t feel right the week before Christmas. She was suffering from a heart attack that helped shift her priorities. more
Mira Sonnen is in awe of high school wrestling at the Tacoma Dome. The junior 140-pounder on the Peninsula Seahawks girls wrestling team found a spot near the mat to take in the atmosphere of … more
Tessa Booth is a 17-year-old junior at Peninsula High School preparing to publish her first book, a mental health manual, “You Are Not Alone" as the culmination for her Gold Award for Girl Scouts. more
A church-sponsored trip to Morocco led the Easley family to decades of relief work in a country they grew to love. Their work is focused on building earthquake-proof housing for those in greatest need. more
Megan Blunk is Paralympic champion, taking home a gold medal in 2016, but her greatest victory is her triumph over a longstanding battle with depression. more
Tom Bates returned from three months shuttling supplies to frontline areas and getting abandoned animals out on his third trip to the war. more
Ralph Drahos and his wife Arlene swallowed the anchor. That is to say, they gave up the sailing life they enjoyed for most of their lives together in exchange for an existence on dry land. more
At age 81, Key Peninsula resident William Michael Paul has just written and starred in his first short film, “Kola.” 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
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
The Peninsula Seahawks boys and girls cross-country teams returned to the trails last month, getting a head start on the fall sports season. Both teams are looking to build off momentum gained … more
Doug MacLeod first picked up a guitar in 1960 or ’61. “I wish I could say it was a great artistic vision, but I wanted to get girls,” he said. Since then he has written … more
Tom Bates of Lakebay, 69, returned home June 23 after nine months of rescuing animals and delivering food and medical supplies as a volunteer to the battlefronts of Ukraine. He arrived for the first … more
Learning how to wrestle isn’t easy. Learning three styles of wrestling is tough. Excelling at all three seems near impossible. For brothers Peyton, Preston and Paxton Beckett, … more
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