Various Contributors
September 1, 2005
Artist Beverly Pedersen opens the doors to her Key Pen studio to fellow artists, rising talent, and the public.


Colleen Slater
September 1, 2005
Old-timer Helen Skahan recalls the days of growing up near the site of Brookside Restaurant and raising her family near the Minter Creek fish hatchery.


Irene Torres
September 1, 2005
The Beadin’ Path in Purdy offers customers a serene place to relax, heal and create art, thanks to a Wauna resident who followed her dreams.

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Rodika Tollefson
September 1, 2005
Inaccurate county maps have led many landlocked residents on 144th Street to believe they had legal access to their properties. Now, they risk losing access completely unless they sign waivers.


Karen Hale
September 1, 2005
Simpler times, fighting knights, minstrels and royalty descend on the Key Peninsula, attracting tens of thousands visitors.


Rodika Tollefson
September 1, 2005
Peninsula High School’s Sarah Spunaugle is among 10 students nationwide selected to travel to the nation’s capital as part of an art contest.


Rodika Tollefson
September 1, 2005
A traffic light being installed at the intersection of State Route 302 and Key Peninsula Highway is expected to reduce the number of accidents and improve traffic flow.


Rodika Tollefson
August 1, 2005
Two Key Pen residents team up to bring a deli back to the building that formerly housed “Lisa’s Deli.”


Rodika Tollefson
August 1, 2005
The Key Pen Community Planning Board moves into one of the plan’s most critical elements: land use.

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Danna Webster
August 1, 2005
Several areas of Penrose Point tidelands get a good water-quality report, while some are classified as “prohibited” for commercial shellfish harvesting.


Various Contributors
August 1, 2005
A group of Peninsula High School students gathers forces to bring awareness of methamphetamine addiction.


Various Contributors
August 1, 2005
A local grandmother celebrates her 62nd birthday by fulfilling her lifelong dream of skydiving.


Danna Webster
August 1, 2005
A series of projects by the South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group will replace culverts that block fish migration on Minter Creek.