Colleen Slater
October 1, 2006
The Johnson family has called the Key Peninsula home for three generations, running farming, logging and bulldozing operations.


Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2006
Culvert projects completed on private and public property will help improve fish passage and spawning.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2006
The Two Waters Arts Alliance and Peninsula Conservancy organize a “plein aire” event for artists at the inspirationally beautiful property of Nancy and Bob Lind.

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Bill Dietz
October 1, 2006
The owner of a Mayo Cove herring pen operations lost his appeal to a decision that ordered his business to cease operations.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2006
Two unique stores opened in the building that was formerly used by Northwest Experience, whose owner, George Kenny, recently downsized his business but still offers his school of chainsaw carving in part of the building.

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Lori Losee
October 1, 2006
The impact of the nearly year-old smoke ban on the Key Peninsula bars and restaurants reflects the statewide trend.

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Lori Losee
October 1, 2006
Court ruling sends a lawsuit by Powerline Road homeowners against Tacoma Public Utilities to trial, following the power company’s failure to have the lawsuit dismissed.

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Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2006
A newly formed group plans to open up a youth center in the “Red Barn” facility in Key Center with the goal to offer recreation and socializing opportunities.


Hugh McMillan
October 1, 2006
Rhys Wood left a deep mark on his community, always finding ways to serve others.


Chris Fitzgerald
October 1, 2006
Third article in the series looks at proposed solutions to address environmental impacts from geoduck farming via tighter regulations.


Lori Losee
October 1, 2006
Friendly deer found dead by an arrow shot, saddening many residents who came to know the young buck as a “pet.”


Colleen Slater
September 1, 2006
Jeannie Crider loves “found art”—painting on any object she finds; rocks, bulbs, chain saws and even leafs have all served as her canvas.


Various Contributors
September 1, 2006
Danielle Young takes her pet grooming business on the road—bringing the service to the customers’ front yards.


Various Contributors
September 1, 2006
Communities in Schools of Peninsula is on an ambitious goal to recruit a total of 85 volunteers, 35 more than last year, for its after school reading and math mentoring programs.


Chris Fitzgerald
September 1, 2006
Jerry Kozak has found a new community after feeling Poland, and now volunteers as a firefighter—a profession he had in his former country.