Rodika Tollefson
May 1, 2004
Now in its third year, the show-and-tell has the official name of the Key Peninsula Livable Community Fair. Key Peninsula groups show all the things they do to make this a better place.


Staff Report
May 1, 2004
The May 18 special election ballot will ask voters whether a Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District should be created, and to choose five of the 10 candidates for the newly created board.

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Staff Report
April 1, 2004
More than 45 booths and entertainment including cloggers, the Tacoma Rainiers mascot, canine demonstration, fish pond and a lot more are part of this year’s annual Livable Community Fair.


Hugh McMillan
April 1, 2004
Like any other event organized by Two Waters Arts Alliance, the Spring Fling proved to be a classy, well-attended event.


Colleen Slater
April 1, 2004
Members of the Key Peninsula Senior Society turn Thursday into a special day—and invite all over senior citizens to join in for food, games and friendship.


Karen Hale
April 1, 2004
Part 2 of the series looks at bio-diesel and wind generators.


Hugh McMillan
April 1, 2004
A dynamite of a local family—five members, two generations in all—are not only sharing a career in teaching but also, often, the same classroom.


Various Contributors
April 1, 2004
KC Computer Repair owner Bill Horwitz with assistant Sheryl Mirenta and his sidekick KC the cockatiel offer everything from classes to house calls


Irene Torres
April 1, 2004
Burger King is promised to be finally on the way—along with another “major” development kept under wraps by property owners for now


Various Contributors
April 1, 2004
March was packed with literacy activities at Evergreen, from Reading is Fundamental and Family Reading Night to a special tribute to Dr. Seuss.

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Rodika Tollefson
April 1, 2004
Part 2 of the 2-part story looks at a proposed plan to fix State Route 302 problems.


Irene Torres
April 1, 2004
A sold-out banquet hosted by the Lions Club celebrates the area’s community volunteers, and recognizes Erlene Twidt as Citizen of the Year.

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Bill Dietz
April 1, 2004
How far could $100,000 be stretched?