Scott Turner
December 3, 2015
When the weather turns chilly and wet ––as it often does in fall and winter on the Key Peninsula ––parents often yearn for a safe, warm, dry place for their young children to play.


Colleen Slater
December 3, 2015
Arlene Babbitt of Vaughn enjoys her Swedish heritage and hoped to someday visit her grandparents’ homeland.


Sara Thompson
December 3, 2015
Elected officials representing the Key Peninsula came to the November Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) meeting to talk about what they have been doing and to hear from residents.

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Sara Thompson
December 3, 2015
This past summer, the water quality in Vaughn Bay declined to the point that measures to improve and protect it are necessary.

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Sara Thompson
December 3, 2015
The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) elected three new directors along with three incumbents at its meeting Nov. 11.


Scott Turner
December 3, 2015
Remembering Amanda Hamlin.

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Rick Sorrels
December 3, 2015
Key Peninsula has 10,890 registered voters, with 37 percent casting ballots.


Scott Turner
December 3, 2015
Key Peninsula parents whose young children don’t go to preschool have an opportunity to prepare their kids for school through a new free program called Ready! for Kindergarten.

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Rick Sorrels
December 3, 2015
Russell Berry, who fired his shotgun and threatened to set off a homemade bomb at the Lakebay Marina on Aug. 4, now has a jury trial date set for Feb 18, 2016.

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Rick Sorrels
December 3, 2015
William Jason Grisso received a 380 month prison sentence for the premeditated murder of his live-in girlfriend, Nancy Gardner.

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Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Key Peninsula Civic Center will host the annual Winter Warm-up, Crafts Fair & Chili Competition.


Karen Lovett
November 2, 2015
“It was a very successful Farm Tour this year,”said Danna Webster, Community Council President and Farm Tour event coordinator.


Karen Lovett
November 2, 2015
Adam and Astrid DeLeo enjoy walking through the woods harvesting wild plants and mushrooms.

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Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
Back in early September, vandals struck one of the light poles at Key Pen Park’s Volunteer field and did more than $21,000 worth of damage.

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Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
Good dental health remains a keystone to anyone’s overall health.