Steve Whitford
March 28, 2014
Barbara Whitt, owner of Happy Paws Pet Grooming, moved to the Key Peninsula in 2011 with a dream of one day locating her business in a brick and mortar store.


Karen Lovett
March 28, 2014
Last month local residents fed their sweet cravings and open their pocketbooks in support of Oso landslide victims.


Scott Turner
March 28, 2014
Sometimes dreams really do come true.

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Scott Turner
March 27, 2014
In the Christian tradition, Maundy Thursday commemorates “The Last Supper,” the night before Good Friday.


Karen Lovett
March 26, 2014
The Red Barn in Key Center hosted an open house Feb. 22 to introduce patrons to the upgraded facility.


Alice Kinerk
March 26, 2014
When Virginia Gallyer sees an unmet need in the community, she works to meet that need, even when it means helping to found a new charitable organization from the ground up.


Jessica Takehara
March 26, 2014
Completed in June 2012, the Minter Creek Elementary mural contains artwork from every attending student during the 2011/12 school year.

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Scott Turner
March 26, 2014
Early this year, a dozen KPMS students met after school and created an art pole from recycled materials as part of a Two Waters Art Alliance (TWAA) art program.


Leah Folden
March 26, 2014
It is 9:30 a.m. on a windswept, rainy Friday morning at the Camp Seymour parking lot.

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Alice Kinerk
March 26, 2014
Anyone who has put in a new garden knows there is a lot of work to do before you pluck a single pea.

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Karen Lovett
March 26, 2014
General equivalency degree (GED) preparation is now available at Key Center Library.


Peter Ruble
March 26, 2014
Commissioners with the KP Fire Department began the planning stages of replacing former Fire Chief Tom Lique during a March 10 board meeting.

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Scott Turner
March 24, 2014
Every Wednesday morning, Lakebay resident Melissa Smeltzer leads a free Zumba class at the Key Peninsula Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS)