Rodika Tollefson
July 1, 2007
The Gig Harbor Family YMCA will open in August, bringing to fruition a dream that has been in the making for more than two decades.


Bill Dietz
July 1, 2007
Key Counseling is one of the newest tenants in the Key Peninsula Health Center in Key Center.


Various Contributors
July 1, 2007
Cassandra Kapp traveled to Washington, D.C. along with 101 other student journalists to meet with journalists and newsmakers during a conference program.


Rick Sorrels
July 1, 2007
Related stories: New KPC Offices Open With Health Department, Safe Streets Council member Young selected for new transportation leadership academy Activist campaigns to fix Purdy traffic problem County Update on Road Improvements Transportation Summit Looks for Solutions on the KP Rerouting State Route 302


Chris Fitzgerald
July 1, 2007
The KP Community Fair is a community showcase of talent, art, and regionally excellent entertainment.


Chris Fitzgerald
July 1, 2007
The Mustard Seed Project receives a grant from Catholic Health Initiatives and the Franciscan Health System.


Hugh McMillan
July 1, 2007
The incredible work of the KPMS digital photography students recently gained fame around the country — maybe even around the world.


Chris Fitzgerald
June 1, 2007
Work has begun to renovate the two rundown tennis courts at the Civic Center in Vaughn.


Various Contributors
June 1, 2007
Local writer Colleen Slater is the author of a new book titled "The Key Peninsula."


Danna Webster
June 1, 2007
This fall, Key Peninsula kindergarten students will stay at school all day.


Hugh McMillan
June 1, 2007
Children’s book author Keith Baker visited Evergreen Elementary School.


Colleen Slater
June 1, 2007
Claudia and Dale Loy celebrate the 25th anniversary of their business.


Hugh McMillan
June 1, 2007
The Volunteer Literacy Program at TCC's Gig Harbor campus has provided literacy and basic skills education since 1989.


Various Contributors
June 1, 2007
The Washington State Renaissance Faire is moving to Belfair from the Wauna site off SR 302.


Chris Fitzgerald
June 1, 2007
The methods, locations, and potential environmental concerns surrounding geoduck aquaculture in the Puget Sound region have finally come under public scrutiny.