Rodika Tollefson
February 1, 2004
Everybody has to have a museum, Fred Haley announced recently, as he unlocked the door to his own— a roomy outbuilding nestled among trees on his Lakebay property.


Hugh McMillan
February 1, 2004
Rya Diede, Key Peninsula Middle School seventh grade teacher, in facilitating her students’ preparations for the WASL (Washington Assessment of Student Learning tests), chose Camp Seymour’s Challenge Discovery Program.

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Irene Torres
January 2, 2004
The family of Key Peninsula's Sgt. Li Gordon Parshall shares pride, challenges as the 48-year-old soldier serves in Iraq, while Parshall shares a glimpse into the war.

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Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2004
Ko Khun Sai is a 53-year-old Myanmar (Burma) prisoner whose only crime is speaking out for the rights of his fellow men.

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Hugh McMillan
January 1, 2004
Inspired by her mother, Peninsula High School's Ashley Olson adopts 10 local families for Christmas, as part of her senior year school project.

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Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2004
Local couple Chuck and Sharon West yearlong labor of love has miraculous results.

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Karen Hale
January 1, 2004
They are all around us, and they can be dangerous. But we must learn how to co-exist--and keep our pets and children safe.

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Bill Dietz
January 1, 2004
Everybody knows everybody on the Peninsula, which is why Deep Bay wanted to meet me near the Longbranch Cemetery, rather than down by the water.

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Bill Dietz
January 1, 2004
Despite a Department of Natural Resources 2002 letter requesting the removal of several derelict boats, including a houseboat, a year later the boat is still there, but neighbors have mixed feelings about the deal.

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Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2004
Minter Creek Principal Steve Leitz enrolls his students, community to sponsor 7,000 much-needed books for children in Namibia--where books in school are a rare sight.

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Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2004
Two Waters Arts Alliance adopts successful Vashon Island program, Artists in Schools, for local kids.

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Irene Torres
January 1, 2004
Owner Jerry Davis turns one unique concept into another.

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Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2004
Much-needed service on the Key Peninsula is started, thanks in part to a grant from Target.