07-05-2013 Hits:249 May 2013 more II Staff Report
Two Waters Arts Alliance held its annual “Spring Fling” in early April and met their goal of raising $10,000 for the Artists in Schools program.
Area artists displayed their talent...Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:328 May 2013 more II William I. Trandum
Our fall, winter, and springtime weathers here on the Key Peninsula pretty much come from the same place. The Chehalis Gap. And no, you can’t buy jeans there.
This gap...Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:231 May 2013 more II Dan Whitmarsh
There’s a story about two brothers. Their dad asks them to get out in the field and do some work. One says, “Sure dad.” but then gets lazy and forgets....Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:344 May 2013 more II Rick Sorrels
The Pragmatic Sophist
Recent events involving guns and dead bodies have triggered proposed changes to our right “to keep and bear arms,” a guaranteed right under the Second Amendment to...Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:241 May 2013 more II Connie Renz
Peninsula Youth Orchestra is accepting applications for experienced string students (9-19 yrs old, 1+ year’s string experience) to join the PYO for String Camp 2013. Camp will be held...Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:297 May 2013 more II Staff Report
Total Calls: 123
Firefighters and a Washington State Patrol trooper were sent to investigate a man slumped over the steering wheel of a silver Mercedes on the...Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:409 May 2013 more II Karen Lovett
Before Gig Harbor ceased operation of the Key Peninsula Farmers Market, local farmers brainstormed to come up an alternative plan to market fresh local produce.
Holly Hendrick and Barb Schoos...Read more
01-05-2013 Hits:255 May 2013 more II Colleen Slater
The 12th annual Key Peninsula Livable Fair runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 11 at the Key Peninsula Civic Center.
The organizations, agencies and individuals who help maintain...Read more