Colleen Slater
September 24, 2014
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Staff Report
September 24, 2014
On Oct. 25, millions of Americans across the nation will come together in a common mission to improve their communities.


Scott Turner
September 24, 2014
For at least 10 years, a number of families on the Key Peninsula have been praying for a Church of The Nazarene to open in this community.

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Karen Lovett
September 4, 2014
The Key Peninsula Farm Tour takes place on Saturday, Oct. 4.

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Scott Turner
September 4, 2014
Troy Milles is a guy who likes to go around in circles. He’s in charge of the weekly Skate Night sessions at Key Peninsula Civic Center.

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Scott Turner
September 4, 2014
Key Peninsula Lutheran church is celebrating change.

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Alice Kinerk
September 4, 2014
Do you dream of visiting Paris?


Scott Turner
September 4, 2014
The newspaper you hold is the product of many dedicated volunteers.


Scott Turner
September 4, 2014
On a beautiful August Sunday, a group of Key Peninsula residents celebrated the 90th birthday of Lakebay Community Church with cake and ice cream and a hearty chorus of “Happy Birthday to Us.”


Staff Report
September 4, 2014
On a recent Saturday morning the Key Peninsula Civic Center hosted what looked, at first glance, like a craft fair.


Karen Lovett
September 4, 2014
Ten-year-old Alyssa Garcia is a familiar face around the Key Peninsula.


Jessica Takehara
September 4, 2014
“Volunteering is the rent you pay on earth,” says Marcia Harris reciting her family motto with passion in her voice.

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Steve Whitford
September 3, 2014
Reads my lips.


Scott Turner
September 3, 2014
Last month about two dozen Key Peninsula children who’ll be starting kindergarten at Minter Creek got a jump start on school.


Karen Lovett
September 3, 2014
At 10 a.m. the flag went up in a ceremony provided by Key Peninsula Veterans and music from the Key Singers launched the annual Key Peninsula Logging Show and Festival at the new Gateway Park location.

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Rick Sorrels
August 1, 2014
Few people recognize the real meaning behind the “Fourth of July,” which is also called Independence Day.


Colleen Slater
August 1, 2014
The Red Barn Youth Center hosts SPLASH, an open house celebration featuring music and barbecue sandwiches, on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Staff Report
August 1, 2014
The KP Farm council invites vendors and entertainers to contact them if they want to participate in this year’s Key Peninsula Farm Tour.

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Staff Report
August 1, 2014
FISH food bank will change its hours of operation starting Aug. 1.


Karen Lovett
July 31, 2014
When Colleen Slater’s pastor, Bob Postma, went on a three week vacation from the First Presbyterian Church in Hoquiam in the early 1980s, Slater stepped up to take his place writing her first lay sermon.