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Scott Turner
January 2, 2014
As I reflect on my first year as executive editor with Key Peninsula News, I am flooded with feelings of gratitude and images of wonderment and true community.

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Staff Report
January 2, 2014
A number of important issues will be covered at an open public meeting 7 p.m., Jan. 8 at the Key Center fire station.

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Staff Report
January 2, 2014
ISON, a “virgin” comet on its first plunge from the Ort Cloud, may have survived its Dec. 1 swing around the backside of the sun.

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Rick Sorrels
January 2, 2014
Three local projects were selected by the Key Peninsula Advisory Commission (KPAC) to receive a total of $7,000 in matching fund grants to benefit the local community.


Peter Ruble
November 30, 2013
This holiday season expect to hear a lot of sirens in the Key Peninsula.


Scott Turner
November 30, 2013
When Andrew Hosford arrived at Peninsula High School in September, he had a mandate from Principal Tim Winter: take The Outlook, the school’s legendary student newspaper, online.


Jessica Takehara
November 30, 2013
Key Peninsula elementary students started the school year with new classes, new teachers and a new math program for the Peninsula School District.


Peter Ruble
November 30, 2013
The annual Vaughn Elementary School Veterans Day event showcased the patriotism and musical talent of students.


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.