Ted Olinger
July 1, 2017
On June 12, the science classes at Key Peninsula Middle School launched a weather balloon carrying a raw egg into space for the third time in five years.

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Rodika Tollefson
July 1, 2017
For companies, data breaches—loss or theft of sensitive information—are becoming part of doing business.


Lisa Bryan
July 1, 2017
Last April, the Key Peninsula Fire Department was among the first in Pierce County to obtain a new mechanical compression device to automatically deliver potentially life-saving CPR

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Natalie Svinth
July 1, 2017
Discrimination in the classroom is oftentimes subtle and unintentional, making it difficult to address and to stop.


Matthew Dean
July 1, 2017
As of March 4, the Snack Shack at Volunteer Park is officially a full-time, independently operated eatery.


Sara Thompson
July 1, 2017
The third annual Art Walk, scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 2, from 5 to 8 p.m. and free of charge, is designed to showcase local artists and give the community a chance to see their work.


Sara Thompson
May 31, 2017
The Peninsula Hawks Scholarship Fund gave $322,000 in grants to nearly 200 graduating seniors May 17.


Ted Olinger
May 31, 2017
A group of local high school students spent their spring break in China from April 15 to 23.


Don Tjossem
May 31, 2017
Becky and Steve Lodholm have owned and operated the Raregg Ranch near Wauna on the Key Peninsula for five years.

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Sara Thompson
May 31, 2017
2017 Peninsula Hawks Scholarship Fund Donors


Alice Kinerk
May 31, 2017
Ernie Donehower enjoyed teaching cultural enrichment so much that even after his retirement he kept on doing it.


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May 31, 2017
Penny Gazabat was recognized for her work as a founding member of the Key Free Clinic with an award from the clinic’s board of directors.


Staff Report
May 31, 2017
Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier cuts the ribbon to officially open the first office of the Key Peninsula Community Council May 9.