August 5, 2006
The city of Gig Harbor approved a Comprehensive Plan Amendment that would allow the delayed hospital project to get back on track.

July 1, 2006
The progress on a new traffic light near Lake Kathryn Village is developer-driven and financed as a requirement for future development in the area but the light will be owned and operated by the state.

July 1, 2006
Fire District 16 will ask voters this fall to lift a 1 percent levy increase cap, which would allow the district to fire as many as 10 new personnel.

June 1, 2006
The KP News visits with Chief Tom Lique after a few months in his new post to find out about his future goals.

April 1, 2006
A local craftsman uses wood skills, love for pool to create a unique business catering to other game aficionados.

March 1, 2006
Chuck Kraft, aka The Sign Man, mingles artistry with design skill to create unique, attractive business signs.

January 1, 2006
The KP News editor is recognized with a media awareness award by the Pierce County Traffic Safety and DUI Task Force.

November 1, 2005
If a major disaster hits the Key Peninsula area, residents are likely to find themselves in a similar situation as the Hurricane Katrina survivors: with limited or no help for many days.

November 1, 2005
Citizen tips help the sheriff’s Peninsula Detachment investigate crime activities, and thanks to Safe Streets, residents can report tips without fear of retaliation.

October 1, 2005
Peninsula Light Co. was founded by a group of volunteers who wanted to bring electricity to area homes and farms, and today the co-op serves about 28,000 members.