Steve Whitford
March 30, 2015
It’s a known fact that bees are disappearing.


Hugh McMillan
March 30, 2015
Late last month,Key Free Clinic's open house began with a welcoming address byclinic board chair, Chuck West, a Key Peninsula Fire Department battalion chief.


Hugh McMillan
March 30, 2015
As January came to an end, representatives of Communities In Schools of Washington gathered in our state capitol for the annual CISWA visit with members of the State Legislature.


Colleen Slater
March 30, 2015
The earliest settlers on the Key Peninsula were single men. By the 1870s, families arrived and children needed schooling.

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Sara Thompson
March 30, 2015
In 2008, following a four-year process, a group of 15 Key Peninsula citizens completed a community plan, a document describing the Key Peninsula and providing a guide for future development


Sara Thompson
March 30, 2015
Derek Young, recently elected to the Pierce County Council by a razor-thin margin, did not come to politics with a long-range plan to do so.


Staff Report
March 30, 2015
The 26th Legislative District Democrats organized a meeting in February to encourage grassroots organization on the Key Peninsula.

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Staff Report
March 30, 2015
The Key Peninsula Fire Department recently completed an audit conducted by the Washington State Auditor’s office.

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Staff Report
March 30, 2015
Key Peninsula Bischoff Food Bank, located in Home, has partnered with several local organizations to set up drop-off locations for either food or monetary donations.

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Staff Report
March 30, 2015
The Mustard Seed Project of Key Peninsula announced its receipt of the first of two expected distributions from the estate of Lois C. Crandall.


Irene Torres
March 30, 2015
Key Peninsula author Richard A.M. Dixon has published his third and final Dillon’s War novel; this one is titled, “Weretiger’s Deliverance.”


Irene Torres
March 30, 2015
The Pierce County Library, Key Center branch, offers exhibit space for local artists to display their work.

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Rick Sorrels
March 30, 2015
Key Peninsula resident and community activist George Windsor has focused on the traffic problem at the intersection in Purdy.