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Rick Sorrels
August 11, 2015
On Aug. 4 at about 3 p.m., some 30 law enforcement vehicles responded to a report of “shots fired” at the Lakebay Marina.

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Scott Turner
July 31, 2015
The Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District got some unexpected yet welcome news recently when the staff learned they were awarded a $500,000 matching grant for Gateway Park development.

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Karen Lovett
July 31, 2015
The Key Peninsula Civic Center is kicking off its first ever Ohana luau and parade on Aug. 1.

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Steve Whitford
July 31, 2015
State and national parks have a hosting program that benefits the parks, the hosts and especially the general public.


Hugh McMillan
July 31, 2015
After the blistering heat of previous days abated, bringing perfect walking weather, the Key Peninsula Lions, sponsors of the club’s 26th annual Volksmarch, anticipated a large number of participants on the trails for the always scheduled first-Saturday-after-Independence-Day event. Surprisingly, it didn’t happen.


Hugh McMillan
July 31, 2015
One hot day in June, Eruption Drum and Bugle Corps gave a fabulous performance at Peninsula High School’s Roy Anderson Field to full bleachers.


Scott Turner
July 31, 2015
Sarah Jones thinks moms on the Peninsula need more opportunities to relax and feel supported.


Scott Turner
July 31, 2015
Longtime Home resident Mary Hammeley has an unusual business.


Scott Turner
July 31, 2015
It may be high season for back-to-school sales, but summer break is actually only half over.

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Rick Sorrels
July 31, 2015
August primary ballot.

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Staff Report
July 31, 2015
The KP Historical Society is preparing for many free events open to the public to take place this month.


Scott Turner
July 30, 2015
Having a baby is a life-changing event. For new parents, there are so many questions and sometimes those questions lead to deeper concerns about what is normal behavior and development.


Scott Turner
July 30, 2015
At 17, Lakebay resident Cadence Michel knows what she wants to do. Actually, she’s known since age 11, when she began taking her horse riding lessons seriously.


Scott Turner
July 30, 2015
Summertime is special to kids. It can be that magic time to sleep in, to visit and play with friends all day, and to not worry about homework.


Hugh McMillan
June 30, 2015
Last month, Vaughn Elementary music teacher Lisa Mills poured her talents into kindergarten through fifth-graders to produce a rousing musical for a wall to wall audience of parents, siblings and friends.


Colleen Slater
June 30, 2015
Camp Woodworth, on the east side of the Key Peninsula, celebrates 70 years of existence this year.

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Rick Sorrels
June 30, 2015
Before Dr. Roes opened his medical center in Key Center about 1987, the closest medical center for Key Peninsula residents was Dr. Finkleman and his medical center in Purdy.

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Hugh McMillan
June 28, 2015
Key Peninsula Democrats initiated a series of public meetings in February.


Karen Lovett
June 26, 2015
Enthusiastic students and a team of adult volunteers showed up on Saturday, June 13, before 8 a.m. ready for a busy day’s work.

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Steve Whitford
June 26, 2015
Five years ago, five local vendors got together at the Drive Thru Feed Store and the first swap meet was held.