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Lisa Bryan
September 2, 2016
Even before the final ballots were tallied, it was clear Key Peninsula voters turned out in sufficient numbers to overwhelmingly approve the four-year maintenance and operations levy for Key Peninsula Fire District 16 on the Aug. 2 ballot.


Colleen Slater
September 2, 2016
Meet Gloria Napualani Kalamalamakailialoha Fujii Nahalea. Her name means “full of life or vivaciousness."

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Colleen Slater
September 2, 2016
Camp Stand By Me is a place where campers with a variety of disabilities are told, “You can!” and then given the support to succeed.


Carolyn Wiley
September 2, 2016
Robert Quill, 16, is a Junior Assistant Scoutmaster with KP Boy Scout Troop 220.


Lisa Bryan
August 1, 2016
Key Peninsula News has confirmed sweeping address changes are in the works for the entire Key Peninsula, Anderson Island and Fox Island communities.


Sara Thompson
July 30, 2016
Routine testing last winter at the head of Rocky Bay revealed a concerning level of coliform bacteria to the Washington State Department of Health (WSDOH).


Sara Thompson
July 30, 2016
This past June, the Squaxin Island Tribe conducted its most thorough shellfish survey of Vaughn Bay since 2009.


Sara Thompson
July 30, 2016
Anna Brones is a busy woman. Her third book has just been published. She has launched a new magazine. And she has at least two other projects percolating.


Matthew Dean
July 30, 2016
Key Peninsula Baptist Church (KPBC) will welcome a new senior pastor in August


Irene Torres
July 30, 2016
Rob Haworth has been smoking meats for Boy Scout campouts and special events for the last five years.


Irene Torres
July 30, 2016
Key Peninsula artist Adria Hanson will exhibit her work during the Choctaw Cultural Meeting at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center Aug. 5.


Karen Lovett
July 30, 2016
Steve Weigley and his wife, Barbara Davenport, the owners of Packleader Farm at the north end of the Key Peninsula, train unwanted dogs to locate and save endangered species worldwide.

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Sara Thompson
July 30, 2016
After many chapters in the history of legalized marijuana sales on the Key Peninsula, the story may be reaching a conclusion.