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KP Fire Department’s call for a new chie…

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  Would you like to earn $10,500 per month as a starting salary, managing a bunch of highly trained and motivated professionals who save lives and property as part of their...

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KP Farm Tour call for vendors

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The KP Farm Council invites vendors and entertainers to contact them if they wish to participate in the 2014 KP Farm Tour. Deadline for program inclusion on the Farm Tour...

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Summer food program gets started

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Peninsula Community Foundation, doing business as Food Backpacks 4 Kids, is sponsoring the Simplified Summer Food Program for Children and Youth.   Meals will be made available at no charge to...

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Safety improvements for SR-302 coming so…

Danna Webster - avatar Danna Webster

Safety improvements to State Route 302 are scheduled to begin this summer. The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) and WSDOT have worked together the past two years to provide much...

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KPCC hosting fireworks fundraiser

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Key Peninsula Civic Center will host its annual fireworks fundraiser sale in Key Center from June 28 through July 4. The stand, located at the Food Market parking lot, 9021...

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Caribbean music bounds into KP

Connie Renz - avatar Connie Renz

The unmistakable, mellifluous, joyous, sweet sound of steel pans wafted through two Key Peninsula schools during the last Thursday of May. The Limbo Fish, a steel drum band comprised of 40...

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Upcoming bluegrass festival set to be fe…

Alice Kinerk - avatar Alice Kinerk

If you like bluegrass music, be sure to schedule a visit to the Longbranch Improvement Club on Saturday, July 26 from 2 to 6 p.m. for its annual bluegrass festival....

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Bullying can take the color out of lives…

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By Sophie Dzyban, guest columnist for the KP News   To be honest, it makes food taste bad. It’s like a weight on your chest; you’re weighed down by bullying. I believe...

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Editor encounters an angel for all the r…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

He saw me first as I rounded the corner. Our eyes locked and his smile grew with each step I took toward his sterile hospital room perched high above Tacoma. Bill...

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Words of Whit

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Camping with a real Big Foot   The year was 1972.  Forests were receding, instead of my hairline, and I was a strapping young man of 22. During that endless summer, myself...

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Winds, Tides and Weathers

William I. Trandum - avatar William I. Trandum

Lighten up   We on the Key Peninsula are about as lucky daylight-wise as anybody in the Lower 48 states. When the summer solstice occurs, about June 21 each year, we are...

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Living Close to Nature

Monica Rakowski - avatar Monica Rakowski

How to grow better food with less work   Most of our store-bought food is processed, genetically modified and nutrient-deficient. To improve our health, it’s wise for us to grow some, if...

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KP residents use Facebook to help others

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

A few years ago –– no one is quite sure of the exact date –– a Key Peninsula page was set up on Facebook. About a year ago, Vaughn resident...

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Red Barn Youth Center moves forward

Colleen Slater - avatar Colleen Slater

The Red Barn Youth Center, located on the Key Peninsula Highway just south of Key Center, is “partially open,” according to Glen Ehrhardt, board vice president and facility committee chair....

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KP Fire Reports

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Key Peninsula Fire Department For the period of: May 15to June 15 Total Calls: 178           EMS: 117 Fire/service: 18 Other: 43     May 25 Family members called 9-1-1 to report a 34-year-old Carney Lake man had intentionally overdosed on...

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KP Calendar July 2014

Connie Renz - avatar Connie Renz

July 1 and 15 Senior shopping The senior van meets at the KP Community Services at 9 a.m. and returns between 3 and 5 p.m. to give seniors an opportunity to go...

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Local art enriching lives at Camp Seymou…

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

Local artist and landscaper Tweed Meyer grew up smelling turpentine and salt water. Her mother, Norma Meyer, a talented artist instilled a love of art and crafts in her daughters...

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Pyrenees of the Pen

Steve Whitford - avatar Steve Whitford

In September of 2002 Marvin and Barbara Rowland moved to a 103-year-old farmhouse located between Key Center and Home. The Rowlands enjoy raising a myriad of farm animals including goats,...

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KP veteran receives overdue service awar…

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On Friday, June 13, Congressman Derek Kilmer awarded U.S. Air Force veteran Alex Graham honorable citations for his performance during the Vietnam War. The decorations included the Air Force Outstanding Unit...

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KP Bischoff food bank to reopens

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The grand opening for the KP Bischoff Food Bank took place on June 21. Its new location is 1916 Key Peninsula Highway, across the street from the Home fire station.  ...

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Vaughn students walk and run for school …

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

For the past five years, students at Vaughn Elementary have celebrated the end of the school year by raising money with their feet. The annual Walk-a-Vaughn is the PTA’s biggest fundraiser...

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Annual motorcycle fundraisers rumbles th…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

Take a group of big-hearted motorcycle riders, an artistic 11-year-old, a 110-mile ride and a good cause, put them all together and you have the fourth annual benefit run for...

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Community rallies around a family after …

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

On May 30 Melissa Smeltzer’s life changed forever. It was the seventh birthday of her son, Noah, and her husband, Aaron’s, day off. The day started out like most Fridays. “We said...

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Vaughn family escapes burning home; belo…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

At 4 a.m. on June 14, Vaughn resident Christina Sailly was awakened by strange noises. “I thought it was the fire alarm at first, but it was kind of intermittent...

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Bischoff food bank to re-open on June 21

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

 The grand opening for the KP Bischoff Food Bank is set for 2 p.m. on June 21. Its new location is 1916 Key Peninsula Highway, across the street from the...

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Marijuana “lottery” winners

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

  “Winners” in the state marijuana license lottery were announced by the State Liquor Control Board (LCB) on May 2.   The state will issue a total of 334 retail licenses for...

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Appellate court rules medical marijuana …

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The Pragmatic Sophist     Medical marijuana is now illegal throughout Washington state, according to a 26-page Court of Appeals decision entered on March 31, 2014. Under the legal principal of “stare...

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What’s new at the KP museum?

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The display case in the VFW room, adjacent to the KP Historical Society Museum at the KP Civic Center, holds a new exhibit of military uniforms, photos, stories and memorabilia...

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Professional center features local artis…

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Key Peninsula Health and Professional Center located in the library building in Key Center has an open invitation for all local artists to display their work. The theme for the...

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In search of the Key Pen Bigfoot

Steve Whitford - avatar Steve Whitford

Words of Whit If you know where to look,  there’s a place on Herron Hill that’s been touched by a bit of magic. Among the mounds of mystical mayhem stands a...

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Key Pen Parks to add more walking trails

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Last month, Ed Robison, chairman of Land and Improvements for the Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District, announced a five-year agreement with Pierce County that will allow the park district to...

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County plan updates coming

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The Pierce County Comprehensive Plan, the Key Peninsula Community Plan, and the Pierce County Shoreline Plan are being amended.   Pierce County comprehensive plan A comprehensive plan for all of Pierce County is...

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PHS principal moving to greener pastures

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

When the doors at Peninsula High School open again in September, a familiar face will be missing from the campus. After 7 years as principal (13 years oat PHS), Tim Winter...

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Key Peninsula Fire Department Report

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For the period of: Apr. 15 to May 15 Total Calls: 162        EMS: 116 Fire/service: 22 Other: 24     Apr. 20 Medic 47 responded to a 93 year-old female who fell and was not acting accordingly. When...

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Food co-op manager steps down

Alice Kinerk - avatar Alice Kinerk

There is change at the top for Key Peninsula's Fresh Food Revolution Co-op (FFR). Holly Hendrick, co-founder of the business and a leader in the group from day one, has...

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June 2014 KP Calendar

Connie Renz - avatar Connie Renz

June 1 PYO Concert Come enjoy an afternoon of free music during the Peninsula Youth Orchestra’s annual Spring Concert, 3 p.m., at the Milt S. Boyd Auditorium at Peninsula High School, 14105...

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Arts and crafts enthusiasts pack the KP …

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

On May 3, Two Waters Arts Alliance hosted a “Spring Splash” Arts & Crafts workshop in lieu of the Spring Fling Art Show. Nine artists had been planning for months...

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Yadda

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Two local events that began separately at about the same time are joining forces for a day on June 7. On that date, the Key Peninsula swap meet that takes place...

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Local teams gather and walk as one for a…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

Three Vaughn Elementary parents and PTA members will lead a team of walkers raising funds for cancer research at this year’s Relay for Life walk-a-thon. Sisters Brandie Madrid and Kristie Hilley...

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‘Minter Moves’ brings together community

Jessica Takehara - avatar Jessica Takehara

The forecast called for a chance of rain on May 16. Nervous event coordinators watched weather apps and looked skyward all day. Sparse clouds rolled overhead, a slight wind ruffled...

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Key Peninsula's free clinic has moved to…

Hugh McMillan - avatar Hugh McMillan

The Key Free Clinic recently moved to the Key Peninsula Health Center in Key Center, located in the same building as the KC branch of the Pierce County Library. For folks...

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Evergreen's Therese Souers receives larg…

Hugh McMillan - avatar Hugh McMillan

During a morning staff meeting last month, Therese Souers was surprised. She was even more surprised when Jan Kampbell, public relations and market development manager for CenturyLink, called her up front to...

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Blend Wine Shop gets new local owners

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

When Jeff Minch announced he was looking for a buyer for Blend Wine Shop, customers Don and Molly Swensen wanted to make sure the shop would stay the way it...

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Vaughn Elementary students take a pionee…

Peter Ruble - avatar Peter Ruble

On May 6, Vaughn Elementary School fourth graders got a chance to travel back in time to 1901 to take classes in an authentic schoolhouse built in 1893 at the...

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KP man battling leukemia is a friend and…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

If anyone can make lemonade out of sour lemons, it’s Bill Ketts. The 56-year-old Vaughn resident –– known to many as Pastor Bill –– was diagnosed in April with acute myloid...

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Singers from many communities unite for …

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

Some people just love to make a joyful noise. For Key Peninsula residents Arlene Babbitt and Heather Rogers, music –– especially singing –– has been an important part of life since...

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Legendary Vaughn Elementary teacher is r…

Hugh McMillan - avatar Hugh McMillan

Vaughn Elementary School teacher Ernie Donehower retires this year. But "Mr. D," as he is known, plans to volunteer in area schools thereafter.  School Principal Susan O’Leary speaks very highly of the educator.   “Mr....

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KPMS unveils entryway mural

Hugh McMillan - avatar Hugh McMillan

Beginning in January, artist Billy Gray, part of Two Waters Arts Alliance After School Art Club, guided Key Peninsula Middle School students in the creation of an outdoor mural showcasing...

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KPAC studies community plan

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During its May 21 meeting, The Key Peninsula Land Use Advisory commission will focus on the Key Peninsula Community Plan with staff discussion with the commissioners. Organizers said that no...

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KP Civic Center set to host a ‘Livable F…

Peter Ruble - avatar Peter Ruble

The Key Peninsula Civic Center will be hosting its 13th annual Livable Fair on May 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year's theme will be “Together We Make...

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County plan updates will affect quality …

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

Your life and property are controlled by laws set in place by Pierce County government. The Pierce County Comprehensive Plan, the Key Peninsula Community Plan and the Pierce County Shoreline...

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Primary and school ballot issues update

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The schools levy and bond issues on the August ballot are a hot interest to many. Here is the latest information:   Deadlines To be on the August Primary ballot, the levy and...

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Dear Editor,

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I am grateful for the honor to represent the 2014 Key Peninsula good citizens. The recognition has granted me many delightful moments already and has affirmed the prestige of our...

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Key Peninsula Fire Department Report

Staff Report - avatar Staff Report

For the period of: March 15 to April 15 Total Calls: 138           EMS: 97 Fire/service: 23 Other: 18   March 20 Key Peninsula Firefighters responded to a 911 call just after shift change on Thursday morning. The call...

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May 2014 KP Calendar

Connie Renz - avatar Connie Renz

May 1 Meditate The Healing Power of Meditation, for adults only, begins at 7 p.m. with Ajili Hodari at the Key Center Library.  May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 GED help Teens through adults...

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The Bigfoot trilogy: Barbara’s secret ga…

Steve Whitford - avatar Steve Whitford

If you happen to know where to look, there’s a place on Herron Hill that’s been touched by magic. It’s a place where art and imagination meet. It’s also the...

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Is marijuana getting harder to find on t…

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

An emergency motion was passed unanimously by the Gig Harbor City Council on April 14 for a six-month moratorium which would prohibit any marijuana sales businesses within city limits. Emergency...

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The top 5 reasons to grow your own food …

Monica Rakowski - avatar Monica Rakowski

Spring is here and the sun is shining more often, which means many of us are spending time in our gardens.  While choosing between flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables, I'd...

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KP students on a mission to read

Jessica Takehara - avatar Jessica Takehara

The beauty of the written word in literature contains emotion and power. Yet, the modern era of social media, electronics and digit distractions compete for reader attention. Adults and students...

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Conservation group receives generous gif…

Alice Kinerk - avatar Alice Kinerk

Mahncke Road, a quiet dead-end road that traces the north shore of the Filucy Bay in Longbranch, begins with a sharp incline –– a wooded stretch where no houses are...

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Cyber safety class being offered to publ…

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Even with all its great advantages such as instant communication and keeping connected with friends and family, there are dangers lurking on the internet in social media and other websites. Lynn...

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Driven to dance stirs KP teen

Steve Whitford - avatar Steve Whitford

Meet Jonathan Lique, a Key Peninsula resident and a young man of rare talent. Lique is one of the seven children of John and Ronda Lique. He’s 18 years old...

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Danna Webster is KP ‘Citizen of the Year…

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All of the 150 people who attended the KP Lions Club 30th annual Key Peninsula Citizens of the Year Awards banquet this year gave a standing ovation to Danna Webster,...

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PSD buses undergo thorough state inspect…

Peter Ruble - avatar Peter Ruble

The Washington State Patrol did its annual inspection of Peninsula School District’s fleet of 90 buses between April 13 and 17.   Every aspect of the buses was examined thoroughly, including...

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Lakebay Marina Resort on the mend

Hugh McMillan - avatar Hugh McMillan

In early April, Mark and Cindy Scott, co-owners of the Lakebay Marina Resort, hosted a "by contribution only" pancake breakfast with all the trimmings. It was a fundraiser to help...

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Key Peninsula’s medical marijuana commun…

Peter Ruble - avatar Peter Ruble

The medical marijuana community is flourishing in the Key Peninsula region despite the fact that marijuana collective gardens are illegal in Washington state, according to a statement made by the...

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Super garage sale fundraiser draws a cro…

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

The Longbranch Improvement Club was overflowing inside and out with antiques, books, clothing, crafts, jewelry, toys, plants, baked goods and all kinds of tools and household items. Saturday, April 12...

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Dreams come true for KP teen living with…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

Sometimes dreams really do come true. Josh Loux, 17, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF) when he was just three months old. CF is a relatively rare disease that, basically, causes thick...

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Bake sale raises money for Oso disaster …

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

Last month local residents fed their sweet cravings and open their pocketbooks in support of Oso landslide victims. When Bob and Mindy Wilkins heard about the devastating mudslide in Oso...

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Happy Paws pet grooming biz host grand o…

Steve Whitford - avatar Steve Whitford

Barbara Whitt, owner of Happy Paws Pet Grooming, moved to the Key Peninsula in 2011 with a dream of one day locating her business in a brick and mortar store....

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Annual county roadside herbicide applica…

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Pierce County roadsides will get their annual makeover this spring and summer. An initial application of herbicides to combat weeds along road shoulders will start April 1, and continue through June....

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KP church members to perform ‘The Last S…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

In the Christian tradition, Maundy Thursday commemorates “The Last Supper,” the night before Good Friday. “Maundy Thursday is part of Holy Week, which begins on Palm Sunday with Jesus’s triumphant...

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Key Peninsula Fire Department Report

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For the period of: Feb. 15 to March 15 Total Calls: 90 EMS: 60 Fire/service: 11 Other: 19 Feb. 18 Key Peninsula Firefighters responded to reports of a boat adrift in Filucy Bay after high winds. When...

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KP Calendar April 2014

Connie Renz - avatar Connie Renz

April 1 Bloodmobile The bloodmobile is at Peninsula High School from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. April 1 and 15 Senior shopping The senior van meets at the KP Community Services at 9 a.m. and...

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What’s in a name?

Dan Whitmarsh - avatar Dan Whitmarsh

In April, Christians will be celebrating Easter, a day marked by hope, surprise, astonishment and joy. There is a poignant moment early on the first Paschal morning. Mary stands beside the...

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Fishing season blues

Steve Whitford - avatar Steve Whitford

I’m wishin’ I was fishin’ As I toil through my day A putting out my stories in the same old usual way But I’d rather be a trollin’ for the one that got...

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Open government or a secret society?

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The Pragmatic Sophist   The Public has a “right to know”. Elected and appointed officials are responsible to the People. The Public does NOT yield their sovereignty to elected officials. These...

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Fire District 16 board meets to discuss …

Peter Ruble - avatar Peter Ruble

Fire District 16 board meets to discuss qualifications for new chief

Commissioners with the Key Peninsula Fire Department began the planning stages of replacing former Fire Chief Tom Lique during a March 10 board meeting. Board Chairperson Raymond Lamoureux and his...

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Library sponsors free tutoring and GED p…

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

General equivalency degree (GED) preparation is now available at Key Center Library. All supplies, including paper, pens and books are free. Unlike Tacoma Community College, there is no charge for...

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Key Center community garden boasts great…

Alice Kinerk - avatar Alice Kinerk

Anyone who has put in a new garden knows there is a lot of work to do before you pluck a single pea. First, you have to find an appropriate...

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Woman gives to community by offering Zum…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

Every Wednesday morning, Lakebay resident Melissa Smeltzer leads a free Zumba class at the Key Peninsula Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). It’s her way of “giving back” to...

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Camp Seymour influences the future cultu…

Leah Folden - avatar Leah Folden

It is 9:30 a.m. on a windswept, rainy Friday morning at the Camp Seymour parking lot, where parents dropped off their children for a day of ornithology and canoeing. What...

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Art pole project has students turning ev…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

Early this year, a dozen KPMS students met after school and created an art pole from recycled materials as part of a Two Waters Art Alliance (TWAA) art program. The...

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Community artwork still beams at Minter …

Jessica Takehara - avatar Jessica Takehara

The front entrance of Minter Creek Elementary is a busy place. Cars drop off and pick up students for school, families walk through the doors for sports practice, and meetings...

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Local group knits for those in need

Alice Kinerk - avatar Alice Kinerk

When Virginia Gallyer sees an unmet need in the community, she works to meet that need, even when it means helping to found a new charitable organization from the ground...

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Red Barn getting spruced up for grand op…

Karen Lovett - avatar Karen Lovett

The Red Barn in Key Center hosted an open house Feb. 22 to introduce patrons to the upgraded facility. During Phase One, the front room has a fresh coat of...

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Fire Chief Tom Lique resigns

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

Pierce County Fire District 16 Fire Commissioners placed a prepared “resignation” in front of Fire Chief Tom Lique at the end of their Jan. 28 board meeting. Lique’s last day...

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How long is our Key Peninsula coastline?

William I. Trandum - avatar William I. Trandum

The length of our coastline depends on the length of the ruler used to measure it. By simply using prominent points around the peninsula and measuring by the mile, Google...

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Living Close to Nature

Monica Rakowski - avatar Monica Rakowski

Extend your growing season by starting seeds indoors The first day of spring is on March 20.  For gardeners, that means we are eagerly flipping through seed catalogs and planning this...

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Schools ballot issue to be determined at…

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The exact wording and whether a schools levy or a bond measure (or both) will be on the August ballot is expected to be determined at the March 6 Peninsula...

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African choir to visit KP this month

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On Tuesday, March 18, the Watoto Children’s Choir will be bringing the sights and sounds of Uganda to the Key Peninsula. The concert, sponsored by Lakebay Community Church with the...

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Key Peninsula fair (Key Fest) committee …

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Key Fest planners have set the dates for the annual community fair; July 11-13.  Featured this year will be carnival rides, vendors, live bands and entertainment all day; a beer and...

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Bischoff FISH food bank is moving

Rick Sorrels - avatar Rick Sorrels

The Bischoff FISH food bank in Key Center is moving.  Their lease expired and was not renewed. They distributed food out of the Key Peninsula Lutheran Church for eight years,...

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Key Peninsula Fire Department Report

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For the period of: Jan. 15.to Feb. 15 2014 Total Calls: 133           EMS: 73 Fire/service: 19 Other: 41   Jan. 20 Medics were called to the scene of an elderly woman. The family needed help moving her onto...

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KP Calendar March 2014

Connie Renz - avatar Connie Renz

Mentors needed Do you have extra time and want to make a difference in your community? Communities In Schools of Peninsula offers weekly hour-long after-school mentoring at Evergreen, Vaughn, Minter Creek...

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Community Inclusion Program reaches out …

Jessica Takehara - avatar Jessica Takehara

There are moments in life that define individual character. Embracing all people, without regard to physical appearances or differences, is one such yardstick action generally found in common by all....

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KP woman shines in local production of ‘…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

When Paradise Theatre’s production of “Angry Housewives” premiers March 7, the Key Peninsula will be well-represented. Lake Minterwood resident Robyn McGilvrey, 32, will play the role of Wendy, one of four...

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Online buzz kickstarts a ‘Clean Sweep’ o…

Peter Ruble - avatar Peter Ruble

Last January, while Chris Ruston was enjoying breakfast at the Homeport Restaurant and Lounge he noticed the words “QuÈ tal travesura” painted brazenly on the Home Feed and Grocery store...

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KPBA installs new board directors

Hugh McMillan - avatar Hugh McMillan

The Key Peninsula Business Association held its annual awards dinner at the Key Peninsula Civic Center the first Monday in February. The center was packed with enthusiastic supporters. Awards were presented...

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Minter Creek All Stars help solve playgr…

Scott Turner - avatar Scott Turner

A group of fifth-graders at Minter Creek Elementary School are learning important new skills that benefit their fellow students and their community. They’re learning to be conflict managers on the school’s...

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