Chris Fitzgerald
February 1, 2007
A Burley resident overcomes major health setbacks to follow long-held dream of opening an antique shop.


Irene Torres
February 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula Business Association offers businesses, nonprofits and community members a chance to network, stay abreast of important events, and give back.


Various Contributors
January 1, 2007
In the year since its inception, Key Fitness has become a popular place for local women to hang out and stay and shape.


Chris Fitzgerald
January 1, 2007
Friday Night Skate would not be the same without Jennifer Miller, a mom who makes sure the kitchen is stocked up with snacks for hungry skaters.


Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2007
Mike Babauta, the new full-time Safe Streets representative on the Key Pen, says the focus of his job is likely to change.


Frank Slater
January 1, 2007
Phil Radcliffe, local sawmill owner, is critically injured while working; family and community members hope for recovery.


Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2007
Leaders from various interest groups are in preliminary talks about bringing a Boys and Girls Club program to the Key Pen.


Rodika Tollefson
November 1, 2006
An ex-Kenya orphan shares his story of desperation and hope—and how local residents are making a difference—with a small Key Pen group.

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Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2006
A newly formed group plans to open up a youth center in the “Red Barn” facility in Key Center with the goal to offer recreation and socializing opportunities.


Various Contributors
September 1, 2006
Danielle Young takes her pet grooming business on the road—bringing the service to the customers’ front yards.


Chris Fitzgerald
September 1, 2006
Jerry Kozak has found a new community after feeling Poland, and now volunteers as a firefighter—a profession he had in his former country.


Hugh McMillan
September 1, 2006
Local families participate in international program that allows youth to explore other countries and cultures.


Danna Webster
September 1, 2006
Two annual events raise several thousands dollars to benefit programs for senior and low-income Key Pen residents.


Danna Webster
September 1, 2006
A new group called Key Peacemakers hopes to foster dialogue, education and debate focused on the topic of peace.


Kristen Pierce
June 1, 2006
The story of a special bond between Dottie and George has traveled far beyond the Key Peninsula.

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Danna Webster
June 1, 2006
Law enforcement officials have been searching for an alleged abductor suspected to be a local resident.


Danna Webster
May 1, 2006
For several months, the Key Peninsula kept a secret from a well-known reporter and volunteer about a party dedicated to his contributions.


Various Contributors
March 1, 2006
Key Peninsula Middle School teacher David Tarabochia, a Peninsula School District graduate himself, retires after a 30-year teaching career.


Irene Torres
September 1, 2004
FRC faces funding cuts as Title 19 funding is scheduled for reallocation for Pierce County on Dec. 31.

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Rodika Tollefson
September 1, 2004
Group leaders, agency representatives and other individuals band together to create the Key Peninsula Crime Prevention Task Force to address meth and other crimes.