Colleen Slater
January 29, 2017
Harry and Marge Nygard celebrated 65 years of marriage in November 2016. They are one of the longest-married couples on the Key Peninsula.


Irene Torres
January 29, 2017
It took a call to “Get Jesse” Jones before Stephanie Brooks’ food truck business got started in August 2016.


Sara Thompson
January 29, 2017
“Sometimes, a pregnancy just doesn’t go as planned,” said Sara Hubbell. “You enter a whole new world. And we just dove into it.”

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Readers
January 1, 2017
Dear Neighbors: 2016 was a year we will all remember and one that we hope will lead to a better and more peaceful world.


Lisa Bryan
January 1, 2017
Last summer, the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction announced new learning standards for health and physical education scheduled for adoption by Washington K-12 schools statewide in autumn 2017.


Irene Torres
January 1, 2017
Andrew Michaelson, 42, retired from the U.S. Marines in 2014 after 22 years, was hired by Jerry Davis at Drive-Thru Feed in December 2015.

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Colleen Slater
January 1, 2017
The house next to the Vaughn post office on Olson Drive in Key Center has attracted attention in recent years as the owner has expanded the building several times.


Irene Torres
January 1, 2017
Wicked Good Eats closed its doors for the last time Dec. 9, five months to the day it opened.


Irene Torres
January 1, 2017
Chad Oliveira couldn’t stand it any longer. He had been hearing about the plight of the water protectors of the Standing Rock Reservation since October.


Frank Slater
January 1, 2017
Good wood for good heat.

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Matthew Dean
December 1, 2016
Even as overall crime rates decrease in Washington, property crime continues to heavily affect rural areas like the Key Peninsula.


Irene Torres
December 1, 2016
Megan Blunk, 27, played on the USA women’s Paralympic wheelchair basketball team in Rio de Janeiro in September.


Irene Torres
December 1, 2016
Key Peninsula resident Jillian Petersen, 33, went to the 2016 Paralympic games as a guide in the triathlon for Elizabeth Baker, 43.


Danna Webster
December 1, 2016
Joni and Clint Pipkin were working to establish a new gourmet hot dog food truck business in mid-September when they noticed the coffee stand in the parking lot at O'Callahan's Pub was gone.


Sara Thompson
October 29, 2016
The Key Peninsula Partnership for a Healthy Community is nearly 1 year old, and co-directors Ben and Susan Paganelli are ready to build on the foundation that has been laid.


Irene Torres
October 29, 2016
One of 100 tracked wheelchairs donated by the Hotes Foundation found a home on the Key Peninsula with disabled veteran Larry “Coop” Cooper in September.

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Colleen Slater
October 29, 2016
The swimming pool at Camp Stand By Me, closed for nearly a year, is open again with many improvements.


Colleen Slater
September 29, 2016
A fire-breathing dragon lurks behind the gates of the new Haunted Forest at Grand Farms on South Vaughn Road.

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Matthew Dean
September 28, 2016
Grace Evangelical Presbyterian Church is striving to make a difference on the Key Peninsula.


Ted Olinger
September 28, 2016
The Mustard Seed Project plans to build assisted living homes for elderly residents on 5 acres of undeveloped property in Key Center and create a gathering place for the community at large in the former Roadhouse restaurant building directly across the street at 9016 154th Ave.