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Staff Report
June 1, 2011
A team of four Gig Harbor Firefighters traveled to New York to receive a piece of the World Trade Center, and returned with it on Memorial Day.


Staff Report
June 1, 2011
Clouds moved in and provided an overcast day as the winds picked up, giving each flag a chance to unfurl at Vaughn Bay Cemetery May 29.


Staff Report
May 1, 2011
Legislation sponsored by Derek Kilmer (D-Gig Harbor) in the Senate and by House Rep. Christine Rolfes passed 46-0 that will eliminate unnecessary training for military veterans seeking civilian employment.

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Staff Report
May 1, 2011
Learn the basics of HOA maintenance and operational needs and strategies for a successful HOA.


Various Contributors
May 1, 2011
Washington State’s official count of Lyme disease cases has risen from just a handful to hundreds.


Staff Report
May 1, 2011
Astronaut Nicholas Patrick captivated the audience at Key Peninsula Middle School with a slide show of him performing duties in outer space.


Colleen Slater
April 1, 2011
The Key Peninsula Community Garden, behind Sunnycrest Nursery, is being prepared for its second season of gardeners.


Marsha Hart
April 1, 2011
Though the attendance for the fourth annual Feast or Famine dinner was down from years past, the crowd was generous.


Hugh McMillan
April 1, 2011
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day program at Evergreen Elementary, delayed until March 3, was a huge success as the kids sang along with popular singer and composer Billy Farmer.

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Rick Sorrels
March 1, 2011
One out of every 45 homes in Pierce County was in foreclosure in 2010.


Danna Webster
March 1, 2011
Two days after Christmas people were surprised to see a swimmer pull himself out of the water and onto the Tides’ dock in Gig Harbor.


Karen Lovett
March 1, 2011
f you’ve ever been to Cheney Stadium and noticed the life-size statue of Ben Cheney, you may not have known you were viewing the creation of local artist Paul R. Michaels.

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Marsha Hart
February 1, 2011
Peninsula School District students are benefiting from an inclusion program for kids of all abilities, and it just received an award for violence prevention.