June 1, 2004
More than 60 percent of voters said “yes” to the creation of a KP Metropolitan Park District at the May special election.


May 1, 2004
As the elections are approaching for the Key Peninsula Community Council in June, the interim board of directors is asking candidates interested in being elected to the board to nominate themselves by May 31.


May 1, 2004
Community members are invited to Peninsula High School’s scholarships awards ceremony, where students will be presented with their scholarships by various businesses, organizations and private individuals.


May 1, 2004
The May 18 special election ballot will ask voters whether a Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District should be created, and to choose five of the 10 candidates for the newly created board.


April 1, 2004
More than 45 booths and entertainment including cloggers, the Tacoma Rainiers mascot, canine demonstration, fish pond and a lot more are part of this year’s annual Livable Community Fair.


April 1, 2004
The Key Peninsula Middle School is the first and only school in Washington state to be selected as a NASA Explorer School. The three-year program is a partnership between NASA and 50 schools selected from around the country each year. The program will begin during the 2004-05 school year.


December 1, 2003
Santa sightings and other merry events around the Key Peninsula.