Colleen Slater
November 1, 2006
Russ Schillinger’s roots started on a farm in Victor, where he continues to live today with his wife, Patti.


Kristen Pierce
November 1, 2006
A story about Gander the goose and his new friends, Ralphie and Buckle, two goats who reside at the Brookside Veterinary Hospital.


Chris Fitzgerald
November 1, 2006
Barbara Bence is the Key Singers’ publicity chair and scrapbooking chief extraordinaire.


Hugh McMillan
November 1, 2006
NASA test pilot Col. Warren Hall returns to the Key Peninsula Middle School to meet with students interested in aerospace.


Hugh McMillan
November 1, 2006
Volunteer Park has new bleacher-type retaining wall, thanks to an Eagle Scout and the local Lions Club.

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Chris Fitzgerald
November 1, 2006
Pierce County officials are boasting great results during the first year of ‘single cart’ recycling program’s implementation.


Rodika Tollefson
November 1, 2006
First phase of ‘aging in place’ project identifies community needs; transportation, senior programs top priorities.


Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2006
Two Key Pen men and their friends follow the historic route of Canadian explorer Alexander Mackenzie to the Arctic Ocean.


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.