The Two Waters Arts Alliance has been bringing artistic instruction and experiences to Key Peninsula schools since 2001, and the program continues to expand.
Harry and Marge Nygard celebrated 65 years of marriage in November 2016. They are one of the longest-married couples on the Key Peninsula.
He was raised in Rochester and she in Wenatchee, but they met when both attended Stadium High School in Tacoma.
“We left Wenatchee when I was 10,” Marge said, “and Harry moved to Tacoma when he was 14 or 15.” She learned who he was when she reached high school, as Harry was one of the star athletes. Harry graduated in 1946, Marge in 1949.
The house next to the Vaughn post office on Olson Drive in Key Center has attracted attention in recent years as the owner has expanded the building several times.
Peninsula High School personnel, students and the community at large were shocked by the destruction by arson of a memorial bench honoring former counselor Colleen Blauvelt by a yet-unknown person on Sept. 26.
The Key Peninsula Lutheran Church is adding a new event to its annual Christmas bazaar Nov. 19, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., to bring community together and support nonprofits in the area.
The swimming pool at Camp Stand By Me, closed for nearly a year, is open again with many improvements. Most are out of sight but important, said camp Director Joshua Mayer.
A fire-breathing dragon lurks behind the gates of the new Haunted Forest at Grand Farms on South Vaughn Road.
Camp Stand By Me is a place where campers with a variety of disabilities are told, “You can!” and then given the support to succeed. Campers ride horses, go for boat rides, practice archery and much more.
Approximately 95 persons attended a standing-room-only meeting of the Pierce County Firearms Advisory Commission in the Whitmore Room at the KP Civic Center July 18.