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Carolyn Wiley

Carolyn Wiley

Sunday, 29 January 2017 12:32

Sea Lions Move Into Home

The invasion began in mid-December. Between 60 and 100 were first observed in Delano Bay on the east side of Penrose State Park. They moved into Mayo Cove and followed the food into Von Geldern Cove in Home. The arrival of the California sea lions was accompanied by hundreds of seagulls circling above them as they fed, eager to pick up any scraps.

Sunday, 29 January 2017 12:20

New Face at The Mustard Seed Project

Marion Sharp stepped into her new job as development director for The Mustard Seed Project in December, just as the organization steps into new territory.

Sunday, 01 January 2017 12:27

Devil’s Head Diary

Second Chances

I grew up deep in the heart of Texas, in a family with an entrenched church-going tradition—not a meandering Methodist among us until I came along. There at the buckle of the Bible Belt, the implied promise of strolling through the golden gates into luxurious, everlasting life was not a particularly fertile ground for a questioner. But, I had a question. It began as an itch that became an idea that kept creeping into the realm of consciousness: If one fell short in this life, wouldn’t it be nice to get a second chance?

Sunday, 01 January 2017 10:20

St. Anthony Hospital Plans to Expand

In June 2016, CHI Franciscan Health initiated a certificate of need request with the Washington State Department of Health for permission to build the unfinished fifth floor at St. Anthony Hospital. They received approval for the $15.6 million expansion project Nov. 30.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 11:20

15 Years Later

Devils Head Diary

Party-time banter was just that, party-time banter.
It was more than a decade after 9/11, and more years have gone by since, but impressions of that night persist. Memories of barbs exchanged still bring a certain type of sorrow, because many of those words reflected the bitterness of the expanding gulf between political parties across our nation.

Friday, 02 September 2016 18:05

Local Scout Back on Track After Bike Accident

Robert Quill, 16, is a Junior Assistant Scoutmaster with KP Boy Scout Troop 220. He joined the troop in 2011 and is working to become an Eagle Scout with a project to replace the announcement sign at the Key Peninsula Civic Center, continuing the long tradition of Eagle Scout projects there. The original timeline was to complete installation and have the dedication before the start of school this month. Unfortunately, those plans are on hold.

Saturday, 30 July 2016 13:16

Devil's Head Diary

The Group Dynamic

Volunteerism is a way of life on the Key Peninsula and whether you have volunteered for an on-Key group—or in the off-Key world—you are aware of the hierarchy of organizational subgroups that contribute to progress or a lack thereof. It is a Group Dynamic that can be observed at the most basic level of any organized social interaction.

Sunday, 01 May 2016 07:21

Devil's Head Diary

A Sign for Our Times

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