May 1, 2006
Despite a short notice about the winery’s opening day, owners Claude and Claudia Gahard get an unexpected flux of visitors.


May 1, 2006
Tenth-graders are the first class in Washington history required to pass the WASL to graduate from high school. This is the second of a two-part series on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning.


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.


April 1, 2006
In a two-article series, the Key Peninsula News looks at the Washington Assessment of Student Learning picture in Key Pen schools. Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series on Washington Assessment of Student Learning.


November 1, 2005
Key Pen’s Homeport Restaurant, local “extras” get spotlight in an independent film that is vying for a spot at Sundance and other festivals.


October 1, 2005
New saloon owner hopes to create the perfect mix between an Irish flair and Key Peninsula’s flavor.


October 1, 2005
Key Pen’s new and only fitness center will cater to women and focus on healthy lifestyles.


August 1, 2005
Several areas of Penrose Point tidelands get a good water-quality report, while some are classified as “prohibited” for commercial shellfish harvesting.


August 1, 2005
A series of projects by the South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group will replace culverts that block fish migration on Minter Creek.


July 1, 2005
Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on two houses on the Key Peninsula, where two families will help build their future homes.