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We often take much for granted in our daily routines and along comes a severe storm. Our road crews, PUD crews and law enforcement are out risking life and limb to repair and maintain our road…

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Rusty is a very sweet and affectionate, lanky, tabby boy. He came to us after his owners had moved and abandoned him and the neighbors became concerned for his welfare and brought him to us.

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Contrary to my bonus Cuzzin Bruce’s implied criticism of our robot Roomba’s name, we do not think “Cinderella” is in any way demeaning. Has he forgotten that Cinderella was a princess in disgu…

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The New York Times reported recently on the death of Vernon Jordan, who fought vigorously for civil rights for at least five decades. That obituary prompted me to look at a number of obituarie…

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Thanksgiving, 2019. That is the last time Charlie and I saw our daughter, Heather Lou and our grandsons, Cosmo Jack and Brody Lee. We had our next trip planned for late March 2020. At least tw…

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Sandy and James Clancy are moving away from the peninsula and their presence will be sorely missed. Sandy has been president of the Humane Society for many years and oversaw many successful fu…

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Treaty Indian tribes in Western Washington strongly support proposed state legislation to place a statue of the late natural resources and civil rights champion Billy Frank Jr. to replace Marc…

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As I was watching reruns of the 80s series called “The Wonder Years,” it dawned on me that we all basically glide through our respective eras unaware of the styles and trends that we’ve create…

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This colorful three-year-old calico kitty is a patchwork quilt of beautiful colors — white, orange and black. She was recently adopted to a local family, but they had to return her because she…