Chris Fitzgerald
September 1, 2006
KP Metropolitan Parks District Commissioner Jerry Schick’s resignation follows on the heels of recent controversy regarding a resolution by the board to allow commissioner stipends.


Chris Fitzgerald
September 1, 2006
Geoduck farming presents a promising economic opportunity, but lacks scientific evidence about long-term impacts on the environment. Second article in a series.


Various Contributors
August 5, 2006
The family of Becki Hancock presents a touching thank-you card during the house blessing ceremony of their newly built Habitat for Humanity home.


Various Contributors
August 5, 2006
Jan and Ron Coen are the cornerstone for Gig Harbor’s F.I.S.H. food bank, which also serves Key Pen residents.


Danna Webster
August 5, 2006
Voski Sprague’s South Sound journey takes in the sights, the history and personal lessons.


Colleen Slater
August 5, 2006
Nancy Rodman, a former television and movie actress, lives in Mexico City but maintains ties with her Vaughn childhood.


Colleen Slater
August 5, 2006
Eighth-grader Peter Sutton is featured on the poster for LouieFest, which will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most guitar players playing “Louie Louie” together.


KeyPenNews
August 5, 2006
Dean Draeger is the Renaissance Faire’s “go to guy” and one of its most dedicated volunteers.


Danna Webster
August 5, 2006
Citizen complaints lead to two major cleanup projects, including a court-ordered abatement and a raid by law enforcement officers.

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Chris Fitzgerald
August 5, 2006
Several commercial buildings projects under way include the home of a future pizzeria, a medical services building, and a potential gas station.


Various Contributors
August 5, 2006
The Key Peninsula goes back to medieval times in August during the annual Washington Renaissance Fantasy Faire, as knights, merchants, fairies, and even the Queen come to town.

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Kristen Pierce
August 5, 2006
Despite record heat, the Key Peninsula’s community fair drew a good crowd of people, who came from beyond the Key Pen to enjoy the music, the food, and the rides.


Danna Webster
August 5, 2006
The Down Home Band, started by two local doctors, replicates an old Home tradition.