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Matthew Dean
September 28, 2016
Grace Evangelical Presbyterian Church is striving to make a difference on the Key Peninsula.


Ted Olinger
September 28, 2016
The Mustard Seed Project plans to build assisted living homes for elderly residents on 5 acres of undeveloped property in Key Center and create a gathering place for the community at large in the former Roadhouse restaurant building directly across the street at 9016 154th Ave.


Ted Olinger
September 28, 2016
The Flavors of Fall fundraiser has been a tradition at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn for a long time.

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The Shellfish Partners
September 28, 2016
Do you really know what happens when you flush? If your septic system is in good working condition, the waste in your toilet bowl flows to your underground septic tank.

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Staff Report
September 28, 2016
Two advisory votes will appear on the statewide general election ballot this fall allowing Washingtonians to express their support or opposition to revenue measures approved earlier this year by the Legislature.


Irene Torres
September 28, 2016
Joseph “Joe” Barrow describes his art group as “a great gang, loving art.”


Irene Torres
September 28, 2016
The hiring committee for the Red Barn had just two weeks to find a replacement when the former executive director Laura Condon’s husband was transferred to Texas.


Karen Lovett
September 28, 2016
Local author Leslie Bratspis’s third self-published novel is hot off the press.


Karen Lovett
September 28, 2016
Ivan the gorilla was a familiar beloved attraction at the B & I shopping center in Tacoma for 27 years.


Sara Thompson
September 28, 2016
Savana Oberts, 26, of Lakebay, is a pioneer. She didn’t set out to be one, but in August she became the first adult in the Pacific Northwest to receive a liver/pancreas/small intestine transplant.


Sara Thompson
September 28, 2016
Jim Lynch, best-selling Olympia-based author of such books as “Against the Wind” and “The Highest Tide,” will share his insights as the featured speaker and in a workshop at the Write in the Harbor Conference sponsored by Tacoma Community College in Gig Harbor Nov. 4 and 5.

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Alice Kinerk
September 28, 2016
CenturyLink internet customers on much of the Key Peninsula are complaining about slow service.


Lisa Bryan
September 28, 2016
Congressman Derek Kilmer’s interest in politics goes back to his teenage years growing up in Port Angeles in the 1980s, where he saw economic hardship in a community largely dependent upon the timber industry.