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Rick Sorrels
December 31, 2014
Jerry Davis started his business 15 years ago. He did not intend to open a feed store, but that’s what it is.


Scott Turner
December 8, 2014
Key Peninsula Community Services has two big items on its wish list.

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Steve Whitford
December 8, 2014
On Saturday, Nov. 8, vendors, chili cooks and community members gathered at the Key Peninsula Civic Center for the 7th annual Winter Craft Fair.


Hugh McMillan
December 8, 2014
At her “Meet the Artist” reception Nov. 22, Taylor Reed greeted guests and introduced them to some of the work at her solo exhibition: “All that Glitters,” at Morso restaurant in Gig Harbor.


Staff Report
December 8, 2014
Eight years after its inception, The Mustard Seed Project is getting closer to one of its initiatives –– building affordable senior housing on the Key Peninsula.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
This year, for the first time on the Key Peninsula, you can bring home a slew of unique, homemade, locally crafted gifts without driving any further than the Key Peninsula Civic Center.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
Sometime during the weekend of Nov. 15 and 16, at least 25 Peninsula School District buses were marked with offensive graffiti.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
For the past five years, The Mustard Seed Project’s “Random Acts of Caroling” has been bringing in holiday cheer and much joy to Key Peninsula residents.


Scott Turner
December 8, 2014
It’s been a challenging autumn for Palmer Lake resident Sarah Watkins and her family.


Irene Torres
October 30, 2014
Before Kamryn Minch graduated from Peninsula High School, she expressed interest in joining Watermark Writers Workshop in Vaughn.


Irene Torres
October 30, 2014
At their home in Joemma Beach Estates, Mindy and David McKeever have a 21st century adaptation of a memory-maker, Viral Booth CRV.


Staff Report
October 30, 2014
Every other year, the Herron Island ferry –– the Charlie Wells –– has an out-of-water inspection, which means that island residents need to make other arrangements for getting to and from the mainland.

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Staff Report
October 30, 2014
Last month, Lake of the Woods community members were asked to boil their drinking water because potentially harmful E. coli bacteria were detected in their system’s water.

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Scott Turner
October 30, 2014
Key Peninsula’s holiday season starts the Saturday before Thanksgiving at Key Peninsula Lutheran Church in Lakebay.


Scott Turner
September 25, 2014
When he was just 6 months old, Jennifer Dickenson’s son, Robbie Jackson, was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy with left-sided hemiplegia.


Karen Lovett
September 25, 2014
This year’s KP Farm Tour begins with breakfast at the Key Center fire station.

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Scott Turner
September 25, 2014
Get out your dancing shows, grown-ups. There’s a dance at the Key Peninsula Civic Center every month, starting Sept. 27.

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Scott Turner
September 24, 2014
Gig Harbor’s Paradise Theatre is getting a jump on Halloween in fine musical style and a couple of Key Peninsula residents are part of the fun.


Hugh McMillan
September 24, 2014
Determinately combatting the ravages of a cancer he is determined he will beat, Eagle Scout Scott Odell attended Key Peninsula Boy Scout Troop 220's Sept. 14 Court of Honor.


Colleen Slater
September 24, 2014
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