Scott Turner
March 4, 2015
Key Peninsula resident Matthew Brickles is in seventh heaven since he discovered pro wrestling matches at the KP Civic Center.

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Karen Lovett
March 4, 2015
The Key Peninsula-Gig Harbor-Islands Watershed Council (KGI) held their annual retreat in late January to identify the local priorities for addressing nonpoint source impacts to water quality in their five year action plan.


Alice Kinerk
March 4, 2015
A while back, Key Peninsula resident Marilyn Brennen decided to stick a syrup tap in one of the maple trees on her property, curious to see what would come out.

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Sara Thompson
March 4, 2015
Food insecurity is a real problem in this country — one in five families in Washington receive support from food pantries supported by state food assistance programs.


Irene Torres
March 4, 2015
In January, master flint knapper, Harry Oda, presented a free, hands-on flint knapping workshop to a group of 16 in the Brones Room at the Key Peninsula Library.


Scott Turner
March 3, 2015
Step into Chris Bronstad’s classroom at Key Peninsula Middle School and you’ll find a whole fleet of aircraft flying from the ceiling.

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Scott Turner
March 3, 2015
One day last month Mackenzie Miller, age 10, stood in front of her class at Vaughn Elementary and told her classmates about Mary McLeod Bethune.


Scott Turner
March 3, 2015
On June 2, 2014, Bret Price opened a new medical practice in the Key Peninsula Health and Professional Center in Key Center.


Staff Report
February 24, 2015
Key Peninsula firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle on fire that rolled into a house in the 2100 block of Lake Drive, near Palmer Lake.

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Staff Report
February 17, 2015
After years of planning, members of the Pierce County Council voted 4-3 on Feb. 17 to proceed with a major consolidation of county services into a new General Services Building.

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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.