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.


PJ Kezele
September 1, 2008
A large portion of Vaughn Bay is reopening to commercial shellfishing after decades of closure.


PJ Kezele
August 1, 2008
Law enforcement representatives, residents and business owners got together recently to discuss crime trends on the Key Pen.


Various Contributors
August 1, 2008
US Navy Commander Ed Robison spent six months in the Western Al Anbar Province of Iraq as the reconstruction officer for the area.


Hugh McMillan
August 1, 2008
103 volunteers swarmed over two Habitat for Humanity building sites in the Carney Lake area on the Key Peninsula to complete homes for two families in need.


Danna Webster
August 1, 2008
The beautiful lodge across the street from the Civic Center will house a residential treatment program for clients suffering from eating disorders.


PJ Kezele
August 1, 2008
The future of the historic Purdy Bridge is unknown.


PJ Kezele
July 1, 2008
A multicultural music event is coming back to Longbranch on Aug. 2, bringing to the Key Peninsula international music, food, art and more.


Sharon Hicks
July 1, 2008
Boots ‘n Breeches Therapeutic Horsemanship at JW Farms serves children and adults with disabilities.


Various Contributors
July 1, 2008
Dennis Erickson watched with pride while a crane lifted a F-16A fighter jet onto a custom-designed cement display pedestal he crafted.