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Peter Ruble
February 1, 2014
Some Key Peninsula citizens will be spending the cold winter months without a roof over their heads.

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Rick Sorrels
February 1, 2014
State law requires that the State auditor’s office conduct an examination of the financial condition of all local governments at least once in every three years.

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Rick Sorrels
February 1, 2014
Key Peninsula residents are starting to show up en masse for school levy and redistricting presentations.

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Leah Folden
February 1, 2014
The Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula Suicide Prevention Coalition has been working since August 2012 to create a community involved task force to tackle the problem of suicide.

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Jessica Takehara
February 1, 2014
On March 21, Key Peninsula Middle School and Peninsula High School will have the chance to experience a celebration called “WE Day.”

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Rick Sorrels
February 1, 2014
Pierce County councilmember Stan Flemming gave a “State of the County” report at the fire station in Key Center to a crowded room.

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Steve Whitford
February 1, 2014
Meet John Jaggi, age 45, a lifelong resident of the Key Peninsula.


Scott Turner
February 1, 2014
Communities In Schools Program is a national non-profit organization that helps kids succeed in their school work.


Rick Sorrels
February 1, 2014
A lot of heavy equipment is moving dirt and trees at the Lake Kathryn Shopping Center.

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Rick Sorrels
January 29, 2014
The Pierce County Fire District 16 Board of Commissioners accepted the resignation of Fire Chief Tom Lique.

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Scott Turner
January 2, 2014
For 25 years KGHP has been the community radio station for the Gig Harbor–Key Peninsula area.


Karen Lovett
January 2, 2014
Ten years ago, Angel Guild donated a bench to Key Peninsula Parks in celebration of the guild’s 25th anniversary.


Scott Turner
January 2, 2014
For more than 35 years, Easter Seals Camp Stand By Me on Vaughn Bay has served people with special needs.