Carolyn Wiley
February 1, 2017
The invasion began in mid-December.


Colleen Slater
January 29, 2017
Harry and Marge Nygard celebrated 65 years of marriage in November 2016. They are one of the longest-married couples on the Key Peninsula.

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Staff Report
January 29, 2017
A new exhibit called “Then and Now” opens at the Key Peninsula museum at the civic center Feb. 4, 1 to 4 p.m.


The Shellfish Partners
January 29, 2017
During the cold, wet and short days of winter you probably enjoy spending more time inside with a blanket by the fire and less time outside enjoying the beauties of nature.


Irene Torres
January 29, 2017
It took a call to “Get Jesse” Jones before Stephanie Brooks’ food truck business got started in August 2016.


Ted Olinger
January 29, 2017
Emily Reaney, 10, of Lakebay raised $5,000 for her fifth-grade class to attend an Environmental Learning Class at Camp Seymour.


Alice Kinerk
January 29, 2017
Hundreds of students, parents, teachers and community members came together Jan. 12 at Minter Creek Elementary School for a night of hands-on learning about science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).


Carolyn Wiley
January 29, 2017
Marion Sharp stepped into her new job as development director for The Mustard Seed Project in December, just as the organization steps into new territory.


Sara Thompson
January 29, 2017
The couple had land they loved that was covered with trees, but when a medical emergency came up, they needed cash.


Sara Thompson
January 29, 2017
The Key Peninsula Land Use Advisory Commission met Dec. 21 to hear recommendations from Pierce County Land Services regarding redesignation of Agricultural Resource Lands on the KP.


Sara Thompson
January 29, 2017
“Sometimes, a pregnancy just doesn’t go as planned,” said Sara Hubbell. “You enter a whole new world. And we just dove into it.”

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Irene Torres
January 29, 2017
Washington state workers earning minimum wage got a raise to $11 an hour Jan. 1 after voters passed Initiative 1433 in November.

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Matthew Dean
January 29, 2017
Even as winter weather and unfriendly recreational conditions settle over Puget Sound, the state is once again beginning the long and contentious procedure to determine fishing seasons for 2017 to 2018.