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Pierce County may someday teach you how to inspect your own septic system. The hope is to increase compliance by lowering costs. more
Tessa Booth is a 17-year-old junior at Peninsula High School preparing to publish her first book, a mental health manual, “You Are Not Alone" as the culmination for her Gold Award for Girl Scouts. more
Built on the “sense of belonging” theme for the district, the Month of Belonging at Vaughn Elementary aimed to celebrate the uniqueness of individuals, connections with other students, and a connection with PSD. more
Ralph Drahos and his wife Arlene swallowed the anchor. That is to say, they gave up the sailing life they enjoyed for most of their lives together in exchange for an existence on dry land. more
The four-woman executive board of the Key Peninsula Business Association is guiding the KPBA with a fresh outlook into 2024 and beyond. more
The 10 women and two men who make up the staff and board of Food Backpacks 4 Kids have a vision for the Key Peninsula: to provide nutritious food for every child and adult in need. more
Two unwelcome guests live in Tweed Meyer’s house: grief and loss. They have been her constant companions for nearly two years. more
On Jan. 26, 2011, Blake Cohoe said these words: “I am enrolling in the ROTC program and then joining the Air Force." more
On the morning of Nov. 13, Principal Luke Grunberg and Joy Giovanini, coordinator of innovation technology and highly capable students, welcomed visitors to the KPMS Artificial Intelligence information event. more
The last scheduled class for Teen Mental Health First Aid was completed Aug. 18 at the Key Peninsula Fire Department. Eleven of the 16 teens who began the class were present to complete the 90-minute … more
At age 81, Key Peninsula resident William Michael Paul has just written and starred in his first short film, “Kola.” more
Brandon and Alanya Vuysteke are a farming couple who have big plans for their property on the Key Peninsula. more
The Vaughn Library Hall restoration project is on track for completion within its five-year plan thanks to an $83,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust received by the Key Peninsula … more
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