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Irene Torres
January 31, 2015
The first “Artists’Blend” event in November brought together a small group of like-minded and creatively diverse souls who gathered to share stories and learn a few new ones.

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Staff Report
January 26, 2015
Members of the Pierce County Council's Community Development Committee have scheduled meetings to gather public input on changes to proposed shoreline development guidelines required by the state.


Karen Lovett
December 31, 2014
When Richard Jones looks through his camera lens he likes what he sees on the Key Peninsula.

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Scott Turner
December 31, 2014
Recent events in the news have caused concern among Key Peninsula parents about school safety.


Scott Turner
December 31, 2014
A good number of Key Peninsula residents know Dan and May Wilson through their Allstar Guitar store on the Gig Harbor waterfront where Dan teaches music and sells and repairs instruments and music gear, and May runs the Allstar Academy, the instruction part of the business.


Scott Turner
December 31, 2014
Since 2000 CISP has grown to its current presence in 10 of the 15 schools in the Peninsula School District.


Steve Whitford
December 31, 2014
Twenty some years ago Marguerite Eassard and a group of local ladies recognized the need for a community based organization whose goal would be to financially and emotionally support the Key Peninsula firefighters.

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Alice Kinerk
December 31, 2014
Christina Hallock may only recently have started work as Key Pen Parks' marketing coordinator/recreation specialist, but she's been contributing to a better quality of life for Key Peninsula youth and families for years.


Colleen Slater
December 31, 2014
Since it opened on Sept. 3, attendance at the Red Barn Youth Center in Key Center has nearly doubled, according to Program Director Jeremy Schintz.


Colleen Slater
December 31, 2014
Nicole Niemann-Carr of SunnyCrest Farm has her third story in a national publication.


Sara Thompson
December 31, 2014
The Lakebay Marina is once again becoming a destination location and owners Mark and Cindy Scott have plans to honor its historic past as they slowly renovate the buildings.

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Sara Thompson
December 31, 2014
What exactly is the environmental impact of geoduck farming?

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Sara Thompson
December 31, 2014
For many seniors, The Mustard Seed Project and Key Peninsula Community Services have some great options for transportation.


Sara Thompson
December 31, 2014
In our almost-island setting, 23 miles long and with countless winding back roads, how do Key Peninsula residents get around without a car?


Staff Report
December 31, 2014
Jerry Libstaff has released his second and third fiction novels, “Farther to Fall” and “Point of No Return,” with a book-signing held at Morso Wine Bar in December.