Scott Turner
May 29, 2014
Three Vaughn Elementary parents and PTA members will lead a team of walkers raising funds for cancer research at this year’s Relay for Life walk-a-thon.


Staff Report
May 29, 2014
Two local events that began separately at about the same time are joining forces for a day on June 7.


Karen Lovett
May 29, 2014
On May 3, Two Waters Arts Alliance hosted a “Spring Splash” Arts & Crafts workshop in lieu of the Spring Fling Art Show.

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Alice Kinerk
May 29, 2014
There is change at the top for Key Peninsula's Fresh Food Revolution Co-op (FFR).

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Staff Report
May 29, 2014
Key Peninsula Fire Department Report April 15-May 15, 2014

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Staff Report
May 29, 2014
Key Peninsula Health and Professional Center located in the library building in Key Center has an open invitation for all local artists to exhibit their work.


Karen Lovett
April 30, 2014
The Longbranch Improvement Club was overflowing inside and out with antiques, books, clothing, crafts, jewelry, toys, plants, baked goods and all kinds of tools and household items.


Peter Ruble
April 30, 2014
The medical marijuana community is flourishing in the Key Peninsula region despite the fact that marijuana collective gardens are illegal in Washington state.


Hugh McMillan
April 30, 2014
In early April, Mark and Cindy Scott, co-owners of the Lakebay Marina Resort, hosted a "by contribution only" pancake breakfast with all the trimmings.


Staff Report
April 30, 2014
All of the 150 people who attended the KP Lions Club 30th annual KP Citizens of the Year Awards banquet gave a standing ovation to Danna Webster, the KP Citizen of the Year 2013/14.


Steve Whitford
April 30, 2014
Meet Jonathan Lique, a Key Peninsula resident and a young man of rare talent.

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Peter Ruble
April 30, 2014
The Key Peninsula Civic Center will be hosting its 13th annual Livable Fair on May 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Staff Report
April 30, 2014
Related stories: Evergreen Elementary School Goes to Camp Scholarships Fund the Future for KP Woman Key Center gets its own monthly art walk New Haunted Forest to Explore on the KP School board candidates discuss important issues Trial date set for Lakebay Marina bomber What’s in Your Growler? Summer camp far more than just archery, […]

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Staff Report
March 28, 2014
Key Peninsula Fire Department Report Feb. 15 to March 15.


Steve Whitford
March 28, 2014
Barbara Whitt, owner of Happy Paws Pet Grooming, moved to the Key Peninsula in 2011 with a dream of one day locating her business in a brick and mortar store.


Scott Turner
March 28, 2014
Sometimes dreams really do come true.


Karen Lovett
March 26, 2014
The Red Barn in Key Center hosted an open house Feb. 22 to introduce patrons to the upgraded facility.


Alice Kinerk
March 26, 2014
When Virginia Gallyer sees an unmet need in the community, she works to meet that need, even when it means helping to found a new charitable organization from the ground up.


Leah Folden
March 26, 2014
It is 9:30 a.m. on a windswept, rainy Friday morning at the Camp Seymour parking lot.

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Alice Kinerk
March 26, 2014
Anyone who has put in a new garden knows there is a lot of work to do before you pluck a single pea.