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Irene Torres
February 4, 2016
Hosting house concert programs to nearly 5,000 guests since 2006, Jerry and Pam Libstaff have spent close to $100,000 to bring national and international talent to the Key Peninsula.

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Staff Report
February 4, 2016
The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) held its first meeting of 2016 on Jan. 14.

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Staff Report
February 4, 2016
Transportation For America has selected Pierce County council member Derek Young to participate in the 2016 Transportation Leadership Academy.


Anna Brones
February 3, 2016
John Burg has almost four decades of working in the small-engine repair business — over half of it running his own Key Peninsula operation, John’s Small Engine Repair.

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Scott Turner
February 3, 2016
Paradise Theatre started the new year in a brand new home.


Ted Olinger
February 3, 2016
Former Washington state Representative Larry Seaquist says he will run for the nonpartisan Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) in 2016.


Sara Thompson
February 3, 2016
Nearly four decades ago Angels arrived on the Key Peninsula. They weren’t called Angels at first; they were simply seven women responding to a call.


Sara Thompson
February 3, 2016
Who would have guessed that observing at-risk kids respond to working on art projects would lead to a thriving Key Peninsula nonprofit organization?


Scott Turner
February 3, 2016
Last spring, internationally known sculptor Mardie Rees opened a new sculpture studio that she and her husband built in Wauna.


Scott Turner
February 3, 2016
David Anderson has two passions: coins and fossils.


Anna Brones
February 3, 2016
Most people would cringe at the thought of eating bugs for dinner, but David George Gordon does it for a living.

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Staff Report
February 3, 2016
"Be Our Guest, featuring Historic Hotels and Resorts of the Key Peninsula," announces Judy Mills, Key Peninsula Historical Society president.


Karen Lovett
February 2, 2016
STEM may stand for Science Technology Engineering Math, but Minter Creek Elementary School students got to touch and experience future educational possibilities during the mind stimulating “STEM ROCKS” evening, sponsored by the school’s PTA.