Colleen Slater
June 29, 2015
Paul Michaels began his professional art career as a woodcarver. He first specialized in custom carousel horses, creating about a dozen, most of them displayed in client’s homes.

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Hugh McMillan
June 28, 2015
Key Peninsula Democrats initiated a series of public meetings in February.


Karen Lovett
June 26, 2015
Enthusiastic students and a team of adult volunteers showed up on Saturday, June 13, before 8 a.m. ready for a busy day’s work.

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Steve Whitford
June 26, 2015
Five years ago, five local vendors got together at the Drive Thru Feed Store and the first swap meet was held.

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Alice Kinerk
June 26, 2015
Like viewing local art and meeting local artists? Mark your calendar for the last Wednesday in July, when the Key Peninsula will showcase art from beloved local artists.


Scott Turner
June 26, 2015
Seven years ago –– on July 20, 2008 –– she was critically injured in a motorcycle accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down.


Scott Turner
June 26, 2015
When 17-year-old Ariana de la Cruz learned that her nephew was going to be born with club feet, she decided she wanted to do something to raise awareness to help correct the common birth defect.


Scott Turner
June 26, 2015
A famous writer once said that music expresses things that can’t be put into words, but also can’t remain silent.


Colleen Slater
June 26, 2015
As the local communities developed on the Key Peninsula, people wanted a place for meetings and social gatherings. Community halls were built to serve many functions.

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Sara Thompson
June 26, 2015
Public education funding is a complex and ever-changing issue. Although the state constitution mandates funding for K-12 public schools, legislative budget pressures create constant challenges.


Sara Thompson
June 26, 2015
Jesse Young, appointed to replace Jan Angel when she moved from the state House to the state Senate in 2014, is new to the political scene.

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Rick Sorrels
June 26, 2015
Richard Miller’s eighth-grade Key Peninsula Middle School science class has done it again.

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Staff Report
June 26, 2015
Key Pen Parks plans to build a new playground at Gateway Park, and they’re looking for Key Peninsula residents to decide what the park should include and how it should look.