March 1, 2007
When something critical happens on the Key Peninsula, there is a history of benefit fundraisers called spaghetti dinners.


October 1, 2006
The Two Waters Arts Alliance and Peninsula Conservancy organize a “plein aire” event for artists at the inspirationally beautiful property of Nancy and Bob Lind.


October 1, 2006
Two unique stores opened in the building that was formerly used by Northwest Experience, whose owner, George Kenny, recently downsized his business but still offers his school of chainsaw carving in part of the building.


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


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


August 5, 2006
Voski Sprague’s South Sound journey takes in the sights, the history and personal lessons.


August 5, 2006
Citizen complaints lead to two major cleanup projects, including a court-ordered abatement and a raid by law enforcement officers.


August 5, 2006
The Down Home Band, started by two local doctors, replicates an old Home tradition.


July 1, 2006
The Northwest Experience returns to its roots of chainsaw wood carving, eliminating the other aspects of the former gift shop.


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