Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Seats were filled and some took to dancing on the parquet as the Coyote Hill Bluegrass band electrified the crowd, with sound waves reverberating inside and out the landmark Longbranch Improvement Club, on July 25.

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Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Customers are rolling up in increasing numbers at the new Peninsula Perk coffee stand in Purdy.

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Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
People with medical needs — or even someone with a medical question — will now have an easier time getting those needs met and questions answered.


Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
Friends of Key Peninsula Fire District 16 may be small in number — right now it consists of Bill and Petty Taylor — but their goal is lofty: to raise upward of $30,000 to purchase new defibrillators.


Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
Sometimes, a tragedy brings out the best in the community.


Steve Whitford
September 2, 2015
On Saturday, Aug 1, citizens turned out for the the Key Peninsula’s first-ever Hawaiian Days Parade and Luau.

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Alice Kinerk
September 2, 2015
The real answer –– and I'm a teacher –– is yes. And no. Teachers work very hard when school is in session and a lot less hard when it isn't.

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Hugh McMillan
September 2, 2015
Monday, Aug. 17, at the Home fire station, the main speaker was Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Lindquist.


Sara Thompson
September 2, 2015
According to Lakebay Marina owner Mark Scott, Key Peninsula residents and local boaters have been thrilled to have the Lakebay Marina back in business he reopened the landmark spot in 2013.


Sara Thompson
September 2, 2015
All things fabric are featured at this year’s Fiber Arts: Threads Through Time, a show that is an integral part of the Key Peninsula Farm Tour on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Sara Thompson
September 2, 2015
In the Peninsula School District, students routinely outperform those in other districts.

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Sara Thompson
September 2, 2015
Words will reign supreme Nov. 6 and 7 at the Gig Harbor campus of Tacoma Community College.

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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.