Hugh McMillan
December 9, 2014
Key Peninsula Fire Chief Guy Allen took his oath of office, administered by KPFD's administrative manager, Christina Bosch, at a ceremony at the department's headquarters following a regular Board of Commissioners meeting Sept. 23.


Karen Lovett
December 8, 2014
When Lisa Woods opened her veterinary clinic on the Key Peninsula 20 years ago, she slept on the clinic floor and took animals home with her.


Scott Turner
December 8, 2014
Key Peninsula Community Services has two big items on its wish list.

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Steve Whitford
December 8, 2014
On Saturday, Nov. 8, vendors, chili cooks and community members gathered at the Key Peninsula Civic Center for the 7th annual Winter Craft Fair.

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Hugh McMillan
December 8, 2014
The Gig Harbor Kiwanis recently tallied up the annual Gear up for School event. The club served 182 low-income Key Peninsula students this year, ranging from kindergarteners to eighth-graders.


Colleen Slater
December 8, 2014
Arlene Babbitt's brothers Gerry and Joe Visell built a giant snowman in 1955.


Sara Thompson
December 8, 2014
Last month, the Pierce County Hearing Examiner approved Taylor Shellfish’s permit to establish a geoduck farm at the Haley property.


Hugh McMillan
December 8, 2014
At her “Meet the Artist” reception Nov. 22, Taylor Reed greeted guests and introduced them to some of the work at her solo exhibition: “All that Glitters,” at Morso restaurant in Gig Harbor.


Staff Report
December 8, 2014
Eight years after its inception, The Mustard Seed Project is getting closer to one of its initiatives –– building affordable senior housing on the Key Peninsula.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
KPFD reports for the period Sept 15-Oct 15.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
This year, for the first time on the Key Peninsula, you can bring home a slew of unique, homemade, locally crafted gifts without driving any further than the Key Peninsula Civic Center.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
Key Pen Parks has set its second of three public meetings in December the development of a master plan for Gateway Park.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
Sometime during the weekend of Nov. 15 and 16, at least 25 Peninsula School District buses were marked with offensive graffiti.

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Staff Report
December 8, 2014
For the past five years, The Mustard Seed Project’s “Random Acts of Caroling” has been bringing in holiday cheer and much joy to Key Peninsula residents.