Karen Lovett
November 30, 2013
The newly founded Cat Tales 4-H club is getting off to a great start thanks to the efforts of leader Dianna Calhoun.


Charlee Glock-Jackson
November 30, 2013
Melissa Fogarty, owner of Soul’Speak Counseling, has been providing counseling services to the Key Peninsula since 2008.


Scott Turner
November 30, 2013
Wauna resident Tami Morgan has been collecting nativity scenes for more than 25 years.


Scott Turner
November 30, 2013
There’s a twinkle in his blue eyes and a gentleness in his voice that belie his 85 years. But those very qualities make Sanford “Sandy” Elken the perfect Santa Claus.


Hugh McMillan
November 30, 2013
This years “Scouting For Food Drive” by Boy Scout Troop 220 collected 2,000 pieces of food which it donated to the Key Peninsula Community Services Food bank earlier this month.


Leila Christiansen-Larson
November 30, 2013
The sixth annual Winter Warm-Up Artisan Festival and Chili Cook-Off events at the Key Peninsula Civic Center (KPCCA) on Nov. 9 were well-attended.

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Peter Ruble
November 30, 2013
Nestled on the corner of Bass Lane Road near Jackson Lake is a sanctuary called Aha Hui Lanakila.

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Alice Kinerk
November 30, 2013
After operating under a provisional board for two years, the 108 members of the Fresh Food Revolution Food Co-op have elected their first Board of Directors.

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Staff Report
November 30, 2013
KP Fire Department report Oct 16 - Nov 15

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Staff Report
November 30, 2013
A social media brainstorm turns into festive giving and collecting shopping opportunity.

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Rick Sorrels
November 30, 2013
Three local projects were selected by the KPAC to receive a total of $7,000 in matching fund grants to benefit the local community.

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Rick Sorrels
November 30, 2013
The Key Pen Parks levy received 53 percent of the votes cast, but fell short of the 60 percent required to pass.

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Rick Sorrels
November 30, 2013
In 2012, the Washington state Supreme Court, in its McCleary decision, found that the Washington state Legislature was failing in its “paramount duty.”

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Steve Whitford
November 30, 2013
In August of this year, Lakebay residents were included in the Schwan’s home delivery program.

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Rick Sorrels
November 4, 2013
Seven thousand dollars is now available as grant money for local individuals and businesses (both profit and non-profit) to request and spend on local projects that would benefit the Key Peninsula.