Marsha Hart
November 1, 2008
Some of the work planned for Burnham Drive/Borgen Boulevard interchange in Gig Harbor is directly connected to the Key Peninsula.


Danna Webster
November 1, 2008
Key Peninsula resident, Senior Master Sergeant Morrey E. Grymes III, 194th Air Support Operations Group, was awarded his third and fourth Bronze Star Medals.

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Various Contributors
October 1, 2008
Questions put to the Washington State District 26 Candidates.

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Various Contributors
October 1, 2008
KGHP, the community service radio station serving the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula areas, began its twenty-first year of broadcasting in September.


Marsha Hart
October 1, 2008
The Home Park and picnic shelter officially opened Sept. 16.


Various Contributors
October 1, 2008
The Key Pen Farmers Market became a full-fledged market thanks to the hard work of a few volunteers, a leap of faith from the vendors, and the overwhelming support of the shoppers.


Irene Torres
October 1, 2008
in late August 2008, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Peninsula Detachment received two reports of marine thefts near the island and near the ferry dock off Herron Road.


Kevin Reed
October 1, 2008
Twelve people gathered under a shelter at Penrose Park recently to learn about how to stalk the wild mushrooms of Washington.


Sharon Hicks
September 1, 2008
Vaulting is an equestrian art of gymnastics and dance on a horse.


Various Contributors
September 1, 2008
Family and friends of Megan Blunk have been busy planning the “Megan’s Day” fundraiser to help raise money to offset medical expenses Blunk incurred in a recent motorcycle accident.


KeyPenNews
September 1, 2008
The Tacoma Street Ministry serves some 150 to 300 people every Friday night, mostly consisting of homeless and low-income people.


Hugh McMillan
September 1, 2008
Beyond the Borders, organized by Mark Runions, was again a splendid assembly of top musical groups.


PJ Kezele
September 1, 2008
A new picnic shelter, donated by the KP Lions, sits proudly at Home Park, beckoning area residents for a late summer picnic.


Colleen Slater
September 1, 2008
The HarvestFEST Farm Tour scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4, is “bigger and better” this year, with more farms available to visit.