Stories,photos,videos,specialsections,printissues,eeditions,packages,magazines,maps,polls,charts,premium from The Mustard Seed Project of Key Peninsula
2233 results total, viewing 1 - 20
KP School Bus Connects, the only regularly scheduled transportation program available to the community, will come to an end June 30. The demise of the program has led to a new push to meet the … more
Besides the occasional sound of plastic hitting a metal chain, Volunteer Park is quiet on an early Friday afternoon. “Look, disc golfers are the only ones here when there’s no baseball … more
Jerri Turner, manager of the Pioneer-Kimball Starbucks, was named a Hero of the Deep at the Seattle Kraken home game March 9. She was honored with a video about her work in the community and a grant … more
Jennifer Buys quickly deflected all questions about her. As her team prepared for a tournament, the Peninsula High School Unified Basketball coach made sure the focus was on her team. Her … more
Minter Creek Elementary School Principal Todd Hering is enthusiastically supportive of the Makers Space program launched in January 2023. The program is set up to serve one grade level per session, … more
Key Peninsula Fire District 16 was well-represented at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s 32nd annual firefighter stair climb fundraiser held at the Columbia Tower in Seattle March 12. Over … more
After 33 years with KP Fire District 16, Assistant Fire Chief Hal Wolverton, 59, will retire March 31. more
Everyone has experienced it. Aggressive drivers. Tailgaters. Swervers. Shoulder and solid-line passers. Defensive driving is an essential skill on the Key Peninsula. It encourages drivers to … more
Wauna resident Erden Eruç, 61, ended his quest to complete his second human-powered solo circumnavigation March 15 in the Philippines … more
For teachers, staff and students, school goes on despite construction all around … more
One of the greatest summers of my life was spent in New York City in 1986. I had worked my way through a prestigious university with honors, survived a year of lymphoma, and landed my dream job … more
If you want to feel like a shrimp in a kelp forest, a good place to start is in a real forest on a windy day, your back on a log, trees flexing like grasses above you, the sky crowded with clouds … more
Those of us who cook often find ideas for new recipes in a myriad of ways. Whether it is a classic food combination used in unusual ways, a fusion of two cultures or a mashup of family favorites … more
Marsha Kremen thought she had fulfilled her major commitments. After more than five years in leadership at the Longbranch Improvement Club, first as vice-president, then president, and finally as … more
Given the opportunity, wouldn’t we all choose to be shiny, happy people? Advertisers know the vast majority do. But when I watch sports on television with my young daughter, uncomfortable … more
I have been living on the Key Peninsula since Oct. 25, 2007. I moved here to increase the diversity and to be as close as I can to the water. I also thought that because I made it out of the trap … more
Election season is creeping up on us and, unsurprisingly, tribal power games are becoming more inflammatory. Hair-on-fire-reporting fills the airwaves, and my hair is getting singed. For … more
All over the world and throughout all time, I’m betting, society has been creating a certain profile or image of who the perfect people are. No matter who you are or where you come from, everybody … more
Those Easter mornings, my mother made hot cross buns. I remember them well, their butter-basted crowns glistening in the light with cross-shaped frosting dripping down the sides. I can smell their … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 112 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 1826 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

UNDERWRITTEN BY NEWSMATCH/MIAMI FOUNDATION, THE ANGEL GUILD, ROTARY CLUB OF GIG HARBOR, ADVERTISERS, DONORS AND PEOPLE WHO SUPPORT LOCAL, INDEPENDENT NONPROFIT NEWS