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Karen Lovett
January 31, 2015
Led by president Brandy Ellzey, the now experienced KeyFest crew is already finalizing plans for this year’s event


Scott Turner
January 31, 2015
Every Friday afternoon, more than 400 youngsters on the Key Peninsula receive backpacks filled with a weekend’s worth of food for their families through a districtwide program called Food Backpacks 4 Kids.


Scott Turner
January 31, 2015
Audrey Gainey thinks that learning to do public speaking and debate gives youngsters some very important life skills that can help them think objectively and communicate better.

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Steve Whitford
January 31, 2015
Between the evening of Dec.13 and the evening of Dec. 15, thieves broke up and burglarized the outside mailboxes at the Lakebay Post Office and the box by Capitol Lumber in Key Center.


Alice Kinerk
January 31, 2015
What happens when you mix passions for biology, fine arts and the Key Peninsula?


Hugh McMillan
January 31, 2015
Ty Robuck, Minter Creek Elementary School principal, was proud that two kindergarten students received a fire truck ride to school for being the top earners in the school'sPTA-sponsored “Spell-a-thon Roundup” fall fundraiser held Dec. 9.


Hugh McMillan
January 31, 2015
On Jan. 17, the Key Peninsula Fire Department held its first-ever dedication ceremony for a new piece of equipment––a medic rig.


Scott Turner
January 31, 2015
The job of keeping the 360 Trails Park in good shape recently got a little easier when Key Pen Parks purchased a big new mower.

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Sara Thompson
January 31, 2015
Washington is the largest producer and exporter of geoducks, and although the economics are far from transparent, there is a fascinating story to be told.


Staff Report
January 31, 2015
“One of the primary goals of the Key Peninsula Historical Society is to share the history of the Key with our community,”says current program coordinator Christine Anderson.

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Staff Report
January 31, 2015
The second annual Mardi Gras Festival promises to be full of tradition.

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Staff Report
January 31, 2015
According to a recent press release, Peninsula Light Co. will be holding off a rate increase for a second consecutive year despite a hefty increase in wholesale electricity prices.

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Staff Report
January 31, 2015
On April 12, Key Pen Parks will host its 6th Annual Pet Easter Treat Hunt at Volunteer Park from 10 a.m. to noon.


Irene Torres
January 31, 2015
Leslie Bratspis saw a change in her ex-husband, a U.S. Marine, after he returned from two tours of duty in Vietnam.


Irene Torres
January 31, 2015
Fessler Farms, LLC, now provides dairy and full-service grocery deliveries to the Key Peninsula.