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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.

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Staff Report
December 31, 2014
The state Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) mobile community service office is coming to Lakebay on Jan. 8.

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Staff Report
December 31, 2014
Pierce County is seeking applicants to fill vacancies on the nine-member Surface Water Management Advisory Board.

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Staff Report
December 31, 2014
At the annual dinner on Feb. 9, the Key Peninsula Business Association will install a slate of officers for 2015, according to departing president Judd Morris.

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Staff Report
December 31, 2014
As you recycle your wrapping paper, don’t forget to “treecycle" your Christmas tree.


Scott Turner
December 31, 2014
Joey Kimball is a very special kid.


Scott Turner
December 31, 2014
About six or so years ago, Reynolds Riley started teaching an advanced forensic science class at Peninsula High School.


Scott Turner
December 31, 2014
The students at Minter Creek Elementary school are all “Kids at Hope,” according to second-grade teacher Shawna Olson.

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Rick Sorrels
December 31, 2014
Derek Young is the new Pierce county councilmember for District 7, which includes the Key Peninsula, Gig Harbor Peninsula and the area just across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

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Rick Sorrels
December 31, 2014
Jerry Davis started his business 15 years ago. He did not intend to open a feed store, but that’s what it is.