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Elected service calls for a principled courage that rises above personal and political differences. Citizens choose their … more
It is a privilege to begin my sixth year serving the Key Peninsula on the Pierce County Council. With no changes to council membership, our … more
Proposed expansion will provide protection for prime aquatic habitat surrounding McNeil Island and south Key … more
The growing 80-girl program, modeled after Toastmasters International, … more
The ever-popular Communities in Schools of Peninsula's Tutors with … more
Walk the peninsula’s beaches this time of year and you won’t find much of a high tide line. Gone are the mounds of seaweed, the … more
The Peninsula School District will ask voters for an educational programs and operations levy in a special election Feb. 11, to replace an expiring levy from 2016. more
The University of Washington Sea Grant Program is asking the public to report on local king tides in mid-January by submitting photographs of local waterfront locations. The collected … more
New owners, menus and décor. And breakfast, all coming later this year. Lulu’s Homeport Restaurant and Lounge is scheduled … more
A boaters’ advocacy association wants to set a new course for the historic property. The Recreational Boating Association of Washington … more
The plan is slated to be completed by the end of 2021. The implementation is uncertain. The Pierce County Council received the results of a study evaluating broadband … more
Deaths resulting from sudden … more
It has been a historic season for girls volleyball at Peninsula High School. The Seahawks finished with their best record … more
Sound View Camp, owned and operated by the Presbytery of Olympia, plans to log a number of trees on 60 of its 92 acres. more
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Randy Babich has been fishing Puget Sound and southeast Alaska for 54 years. A lot has … more
KPFD has partnered with the school district to include fire prevention and life safety, … more
Key Peninsula residents participated in the Nov. 5 election in high numbers. Voters selected Peninsula School District board members, Key Peninsula Metropolitan Parks … more
WSDOT said it combined multiple improvements into one plan in effort to save time and money and to minimize the … more
Aging infrastructure is maxed out in Key Peninsula neighborhoods where residents are on waiting lists to connect … more
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