Scott Turner
June 28, 2013
Students at Minter Creek Elementary School learned more than just the proverbial three Rs this year. They also planted a garden.


Colleen Slater
June 28, 2013
The key word for KeyFest 2013 is “new.”


Rick Sorrels
June 28, 2013
The eighth grade science class at Key Peninsula Middle School launched a commercial weather balloon at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, May 31.

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Karen Lovett
June 28, 2013
The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series “Gig Harbor” was the brainchild of Longbranch resident Donald R. Tjossem.

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Scott Turner
June 28, 2013
For 118 years, YMCA Camp Seymour has provided life-changing, nature-based camping experiences to children from nine counties in the Puget Sound area.

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Staff Report
June 28, 2013
Key Peninsula Fire Department report May 15-June 15 2013

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Rick Sorrels
June 28, 2013
At its June 10 meeting, the KP Parks Commissioners voted unanimously to place an operations and maintenance levy on the general election ballot in November for residents of the Key Peninsula.


Staff Report
June 28, 2013
The Longbranch Improvement Club leadership had a grand idea: bring back the feel of the former “beyond the borders” event with a one-day drum festival.

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Colleen Slater
May 29, 2013
Kelson Mills, Peninsula High School junior, is the first of the Troop 220 scouts working toward their Eagle Scout status in the next year and a half.


Hugh McMillan
May 29, 2013
A collection of moms and dads were at the Key Peninsula Civic Center cheering on their daughters as they twirled and pranced on the dance floor.


Steve Whitford
May 29, 2013
In 1989, fed up with the city life of Seattle, Laura McClintock moved to Key Peninsula.


Scott Turner
May 29, 2013
What began as a reading assignment for language arts students at Key Peninsula Middle School has become a pair of entries in a statewide contest to remember the Holocaust.


Hugh McMillan
May 29, 2013
Last month, the Key Peninsula Lions-sponsored Boy Scout Pack 222 rolled into the Key Peninsula Civic Center.