Scott Turner
February 5, 2013
On Oct. 21, friends, family and community members gathered at the Key Peninsula Civic Center to pay their final respects to David Long and his family.


Karen Lovett
February 5, 2013
Roger Ryno, of the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society, has spent the past five years hunting and gathering local wild mushrooms.


Rick Sorrels
February 5, 2013
A 12-year-old girl’s fascination with horses has turned into The Red Mare, an equestrian supply business specializing in dressage saddles, tack, accessories, and related items.


Staff Report
February 5, 2013
Management of shellfish aquaculture is taking front and center stage for the Key and Gig Harbor Peninsulas again.


Hugh McMillan
January 31, 2013
During the Lions International convention in Seattle three years ago, George Robison, then president of the KP Lions Club, and his wife, Cindy, attended a showing of “Going Blind,” a documentary film.


Scott Turner
January 31, 2013
During the months of November and December, the Key Peninsula Middle School gym is packed with kids playing soccer.


Scott Turner
January 31, 2013
On Dec. 18, thirty Key Peninsula community members, local leaders, and stakeholders met to promote Gateway Park to Pierce County elected officials.

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Irene Torres
January 31, 2013
From the kitchen in one of the barns at Gentle Giant Meadows Ranch, Maureen Sikora loves to watch nature go by.

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Rick Sorrels
January 31, 2013
The sound of gunshots is all too common on the Key Peninsula.

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Staff Report
January 31, 2013
Key Peninsula Fire Department Report Nov 15-Dec 15 2012


Hugh McMillan
January 31, 2013
Last month, a team of Key Peninsula Veterans members made another contributions of books to Evergreen Elementary School's "Reading is FUNdamental" (RIF) program.


Rodika Tollefson
January 31, 2013
It may be cozy and limited, but the space temporarily occupied by the Key Center Library is still offering many basic services patrons have relied on.


Irene Torres
January 31, 2013
When Greg Murphy’s father started his barbecue business in 1968, he told his son “It’s better to work for yourself, because you’re getting paid for what you do.”