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Sara Thompson
September 2, 2015
The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) has been awarded a $150,000 grant by the Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation.

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Rick Sorrels
September 2, 2015
There are 454,124 registered voters in Pierce County, of which 21 percent cast votes in the 2015 primary election.

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Rick Sorrels
September 2, 2015
On Aug. 4 at about 3 p.m., some 30 law enforcement vehicles responded to a report of “shots fired” at the Lakebay Marina.

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Staff Report
September 2, 2015
A small group of interested members of the public attended a community forum last month to see the proposed school budget for the coming year.

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Staff Report
September 2, 2015
Jerry Gibbs was sworn in as the school board director for District 4 on July 30.

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Staff Report
September 2, 2015
The Mustard Seed Project’s (TMSP) plan to build senior housing on the Key Peninsula is moving forward.

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Rick Sorrels
August 11, 2015
There are 454,124 registered voters in Pierce County, of which 21 percent cast votes in the 2015 primary election.

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Rick Sorrels
August 11, 2015
On Aug. 4 at about 3 p.m., some 30 law enforcement vehicles responded to a report of “shots fired” at the Lakebay Marina.

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Scott Turner
July 31, 2015
The Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District got some unexpected yet welcome news recently when the staff learned they were awarded a $500,000 matching grant for Gateway Park development.

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Scott Turner
July 31, 2015
When Evergreen Elementary kids and teachers return to school this fall, they’ll have two new murals greeting them.

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Karen Lovett
July 31, 2015
The Key Peninsula Civic Center is kicking off its first ever Ohana luau and parade on Aug. 1.

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Steve Whitford
July 31, 2015
State and national parks have a hosting program that benefits the parks, the hosts and especially the general public.


Hugh McMillan
July 31, 2015
After the blistering heat of previous days abated, bringing perfect walking weather, the Key Peninsula Lions, sponsors of the club’s 26th annual Volksmarch, anticipated a large number of participants on the trails for the always scheduled first-Saturday-after-Independence-Day event. Surprisingly, it didn’t happen.


Hugh McMillan
July 31, 2015
One hot day in June, Eruption Drum and Bugle Corps gave a fabulous performance at Peninsula High School’s Roy Anderson Field to full bleachers.


Sara Thompson
July 31, 2015
Jan Angel is not new to the political scene, but her path was indirect –– it started with banking, then passed through business and real estate on the way to her current role.