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Ted Olinger
April 3, 2016
Affordable senior housing. Aging in place. Bracing for the "silver tsunami." No, it's not Bernie Sanders talking.


Matthew Dean
April 2, 2016
Young athletes and their families turned out in droves March 19 for the annual festivities surrounding Key Peninsula Little League's (KPLL) Opening Day Jamboree.


Colleen Slater
April 2, 2016
"I’ve lived all over the place," said Dorothy Lusby several years ago.


Irene Torres
April 2, 2016
There is no more "Makin’ Bacon" at the corner of 134th Avenue and the Key Peninsula Highway, where Marnie Kirk has reopened her vintage and handmade home decor store, "Marnie Farmer’s."


Irene Torres
April 2, 2016
It was the third concert for songwriter Doug MacLeod at the Blend Wine Shop in Key Center, where he played and sang to a sold-out house Mar. 12.

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Scott Turner
March 2, 2016
Since it began in 2000, Communities in Schools Peninsula (CISP) has helped hundreds of students academically, socially and in other important ways.


Matthew Dean
February 27, 2016
As winter fades, temperatures rise, and the grass begins to grow, children from around the Key Peninsula will head to the baseball fields for another year of Key Peninsula Little League.

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Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
The Peninsula School District recently teamed up with the Children’s Museum of Tacoma in a new no-cost program for Key Peninsula preschoolers and their parents or adult caregivers.

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Ted Olinger
February 26, 2016
The ever-popular long-standing traditional family-friendly annual fundraiser that is the Key Peninsula Civic Center crab feed is set to go Saturday, March 12.


Irene Torres
February 26, 2016
As a young girl, Michaelina Tenney observed and learned as her mother, Mary Ellen Pinches taught art classes.


Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
Ask her friends and family to describe Mindy Wilkins and they use words like “caring.” “Friendly.” “Giving.”


Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
Marc and Sharon Christensen moved to the Key Peninsula a mere 18 months ago but they’re already getting connected with the community.


Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
Bradley Levine is a liquor lover and a liquor expert.


Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
Minter residents Deborah and Tom Parker have a mission.

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Staff Report
February 26, 2016
Residents of the Key Peninsula recently formed The Longbranch Foundation, a tax-exempt organization whose purpose is to raise funds for the preservation of historic structures, maintenance of the grounds of The Longbranch Improvement Club for public recreational use, and preservation of the environment of Filucy Bay.

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Scott Turner
February 4, 2016
The Red Barn Youth Center has a brand new freezer, thanks to the women of the local chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority.

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Staff Report
February 4, 2016
The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) held its first meeting of 2016 on Jan. 14.


Anna Brones
February 3, 2016
John Burg has almost four decades of working in the small-engine repair business — over half of it running his own Key Peninsula operation, John’s Small Engine Repair.

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Scott Turner
February 3, 2016
Paradise Theatre started the new year in a brand new home.


Sara Thompson
February 3, 2016
Nearly four decades ago Angels arrived on the Key Peninsula. They weren’t called Angels at first; they were simply seven women responding to a call.