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Spotty cell coverage across portions of the Key Peninsula has left some homeowners dependent on sometimes even less reliable landlines. Residents may well wonder why it is so bad and what can be done about it. more
The Aisle of Honor event pays tribute to American heroes with hundreds of flags installed for a patriotic tradition honored by the Key Peninsula community for over three decades. more
That one Wauna curves guardrail. Yes, that infamous one. It has been a stoic symbol of resilience on the Key Peninsula for the last three years. more
Business potential on the Key Peninsula stalls despite high traffic. Challenges and opportunities are both on the horizon for commercial real estate on the KP. more
Scott Stone, the new director for Harbor Soccer Club’s Key Peninsula recreational, program wants his coed players to learn the fundamentals of soccer and have enough fun that they want to continue playing the sport. more
Gig Harbor Lacrosse brings home the Fire Stick Trophy for the first time since 2016. more
The KP Fire District board of commissioners voted at its Feb. 27 meeting to place a renewal of an $800,000 annual maintenance and operations property tax measure on the Aug. 6 ballot. more
For nearly a quarter of a century, Lee Miller has been roaming the baselines and dugouts of the baseball fields at Volunteer Park, just south of Key Center. more
Key Peninsula News spoke with former Peninsula and Gig Harbor High School student athletes about their opinions on recent changes in PSD athletics. more
Mira Sonnen is in awe of high school wrestling at the Tacoma Dome. The junior 140-pounder on the Peninsula Seahawks girls wrestling team found a spot near the mat to take in the atmosphere of … more
Key Peninsula Fire Board Commissioner Frank Grubaugh, 78, announced his resignation effective immediately at the end of the commissioners meeting March 12. more
The perennial top-10 finisher at the state cross-country state championships teaches students at Swiftwater Elementary the basics of running through fun activities and exposure to the sport. more
Co-captains Robby Akulschin and Elliot Gillam expect big things this spring from the Peninsula High School lacrosse team. more
The last major earthquake to impact the KP happened 23 years ago last month, but that doesn’t mean it can’t happen soon. more
The No. 19-seed Peninsula Seahawks could not overcome a cold night of shooting from the field and the free throw line as they fell to the 14-seed Ridgeline Falcons. more
For all those Peninsula High School trivia buffs out there: Who was the first-ever Seahawks girls wrestler to win a state championship? That answer and honor goes to Mira Sonnen. … more
Peninsula junior Jonah Bergerson (100-yard backstroke) and sophomore Zachary Ruckle (1-meter diving) both took fourth place in their respective events and the Seahawks boys swim team finished in 16th … more
The Peninsula Seahawks are state tournament-bound. Junior Grace Richardson had 19 points and eight rebounds, and senior Kaylia Heidelberg had a game-high 21 points as the Seahawks … more
Kaylia Heidelberg scored a game-high 20 points and the Peninsula Seahawks girls basketball team beat the Mountain View Thunder (Vancouver), 42-32, at home to advance in the District 3/4 Girls … more
The Peninsula Seahawks boys and girls wrestling teams competed Feb. 10 at the 3A regional tournaments for a chance to earn their way to the WIAA State Wrestling Mat Classic next weekend at the Tacoma … more
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