June 1, 2004
It took Doctor William Roes about 15 years to recruit the right physician for his Key Center practice—but now that he’s found his match, the clinic will begin accepting new patients again and expand other services, badly needed in an area that has always lacked adequate health care.


June 1, 2004
The Key Peninsula News follows up with Li Parshall and his family, previously featured while he was serving in Iraq. Army Sgt. Parshall returned home in mid-February. He shares some thoughts on the war and on being home.


May 1, 2004
Cedarland Northwest, which got started with a fixer-upper home five years ago and grew to employ more than a dozen staff, is building a new Key Pen development.


April 1, 2004
Burger King is promised to be finally on the way—along with another “major” development kept under wraps by property owners for now


April 1, 2004
A sold-out banquet hosted by the Lions Club celebrates the area’s community volunteers, and recognizes Erlene Twidt as Citizen of the Year.


February 1, 2004
As is evident by her email address, 17-year-old Bobbie Jean Jordan is “trying hard.”


February 1, 2004
An ad-hoc group called Citizens’ Committee for Key Peninsula Parks filed a notice of intention with the Pierce County Boundary Review Board in January to form a metropolitan park district on the Key Peninsula.


January 2, 2004
The family of Key Peninsula's Sgt. Li Gordon Parshall shares pride, challenges as the 48-year-old soldier serves in Iraq, while Parshall shares a glimpse into the war.


January 1, 2004
Owner Jerry Davis turns one unique concept into another.


January 1, 2004
Key Pen's Kerry Jamieson has extensive maritime family roots dating back to the Mosquito Fleet. Now, he begins a new adventure, as a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary's flotilla commander.