Karen Lovett
May 1, 2013
Key Peninsula Master's Dry Carpet Cleaning celebrated 15 years of successful operation with a fundraiser for the Key Peninsula Civic Center.


Irene Torres
May 1, 2013
Claude Gahard had been making raspberry and blackberry wines for 20 years before moving to the Key Peninsula in 1992.


Staff Report
May 1, 2013
On May 26, the Key Peninsula Veterans will host its annual Aisle of Honor event at the Vaughn Bay Cemetery.


Karen Lovett
May 1, 2013
Before Gig Harbor ceased operation of the Key Peninsula Farmers Market, local farmers brainstormed to come up an alternative plan to market fresh local produce.


Scott Turner
May 1, 2013
Jaxin Patrick got a surprise visit at his Evergreen Elementary school from his dad, Nathan Patrick, on April 23.

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Staff Report
May 1, 2013
Key Peninsula Fire Department report March 15-April 15, 2013


Rick Sorrels
March 27, 2013
The Key Peninsula Lutheran Church food bank operation has moved to Key Center.


Steve Whitford
March 27, 2013
There’s a strange new car on the peninsula. Its proud owner is Diana Marcoe, of Key Center.


Irene Torres
March 27, 2013
In the three years Michelle Spruell has owned NNRI Consulting, Inc., she has helped more than 400 clients find work.


Steve Whitford
March 27, 2013
Meet Barbara Whitt, the owner of Happy Paws Pet Grooming.


Michelle Mondeck
March 27, 2013
During a tour of Camp Seymour, Executive Director Liz Ortenberger explained the need for the new dining hall under construction.


Scott Turner
March 27, 2013
The Key Peninsula Civic Center is always abuzz with activities, but last month the landmark facility was overtaken by a pack of bikers who caused quite a ruckus.


Colleen Slater
March 27, 2013
How do you build a $350,000 church for $75,000?