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WALKING THE PLINK: Is it kosher to play pickleball on a state ferry? The Edmonds ferry is only one of several places PT’s Jack Olmsted practices his favorite sport. He plays with a pal on a … more
In the real estate market, springtime is go time. It’s the busiest time of the year for home sales, and with this year’s stable economy and low unemployment rate, the spring of 2018 has the … more
TRUE TALES OF THE BUREAU: The FBI has been in the news a lot lately. The FBI wasn’t always seen in such a positive light by many of us, and a PT resident has an interesting story along those … more
The combination of winter and the holidays has always meant some time spent in the snow of the mountains for our family. While we lived in Kansas City, we would caravan with other families to … more
The Chimacum High School auditorium was packed a week ago Sunday with fans of Mozart and the RainShadow Chorale. The chorale also presented works by Morten Lauridsen, Ola Gjeilo and Andrea … more
TABLOID TRUTH: I was commiserating the other day with haircutter Debi Hinton at her Victorian Clipper Barber Shop next to the Food Co-op. We were bemoaning the downfall, of all things, of The … more
Wow, it was wet and stormy last week. I am here to tell you that putting up those U.S. flags for Veterans Day on a nice sunny Friday afternoon was in a different league from taking them down in the … more
The days are longer, darker, colder and wetter. What should we do? For many of us who came of age “yesteryear,” the family radio console would attract us as listeners of “Fibber McGee and … more
Fall weather is evolving into winter, and I suspect you may agree with me that this fall has been the prettiest in years. One of my simple pleasures in the fall is driving up or down Swansonville … more
All it takes is a little beer, some brats and maybe some cider to bring out the party animals around here. The Brewfest by the Bay raised more than $5,000 for the Backpacks for Kids Weekend … more
There is unease across America; many of us sense trouble on the horizon. Record-high inequality of wealth, political processes dominated by globalized capitalism, and national leaders who seem … more
Traveling to Nevada, Arizona, Indiana and Ohio over the past few weeks has reminded me of several things you probably know already. First, and maybe least important, is confirmation of the … more
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