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Staff Report
June 26, 2015
Key Pen Parks plans to build a new playground at Gateway Park, and they’re looking for Key Peninsula residents to decide what the park should include and how it should look.

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Staff Report
June 26, 2015
The first-ever Fourth of July Community Hot Dog Social is being put on by Key Pen Parks.

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Karen Lovett
May 28, 2015
Individual histories behind alcohol addiction are varied but one thing all members of Alcoholics Anonymous share is the desire to put chemical dependency and the self-destruction they suffer behind them.

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Scott Gallacher
May 28, 2015
As spring reaches into the summer season and the warmer weather tempts people out of their homes, I’m reminded of our emerging and blossoming community.


Steve Whitford
May 28, 2015
People like Nita Garnier help make the Key Peninsula extra special.


Steve Whitford
May 28, 2015
If you ever plan to attend one of the Key Peninsula’s Livable Fairs, there are a few things you need to do: Wear a comfortable pair of shoes and allow plenty of time, because there’s much to see and learn.


Alice Kinerk
May 28, 2015
For years Wendy Chenow made her living selling cars. But after being injured on the job in 2013, Chenow’s income switched to L&I.


Irene Torres
May 28, 2015
Lake Holiday artist Raphael Murrell describes himself as “the Black Dale Chihuly.”

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Irene Torres
May 28, 2015
WayPoint Church is offering “LIFT 2015,” a weeklong summer camp between June 22 and 27 for youth ages 12 to 18.

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Rick Sorrels
May 28, 2015
Seventeen-year-old Chanel Mortimer surprised her parents and others with her decision that, instead of presents for her March 17 birthday, that guests and relatives instead provide cash or food donation for food banks.


Hugh McMillan
May 27, 2015
Last month’s Two Waters Arts Alliance’s Spring Fling was a wonderland of artists, their art, complete with live demonstrations by many, making hands-on craft-creations for children.

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Staff Report
May 12, 2015
Memorial Day veterans' ceremony schedule

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Scott Turner
May 5, 2015
Every week, as many as 40 youngsters on the Key Peninsula go to the Red Barn Youth Center after school.

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Hugh McMillan
May 5, 2015
The Key Peninsula Lions Club-sponsored 31st annual Citizens of the Year Awards dinner on March 28 culminated in the announcement that Jud Morris had been selected by the Lions in a secret ballot to be the 31st Citizen of the Year.


Scott Turner
May 5, 2015
Ivy Griffith is one brave woman.


Sara Thompson
May 5, 2015
The Longbranch Improvement Club (LIC) has a proud history as a positive force in the community.

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Irene Torres
May 5, 2015
'Threads’ and ‘Finding Thea’: Stories of inspiration, determination and liberation.


Colleen Slater
May 4, 2015
Dorothy Bouvia arrived in 1945 to teach English at Vaughn Union High School.


Steve Whitford
March 30, 2015
On March 7, 49 preschoolers mounted special tricycles and rode their way into fundraising history.


Hugh McMillan
March 30, 2015
Late last month,Key Free Clinic's open house began with a welcoming address byclinic board chair, Chuck West, a Key Peninsula Fire Department battalion chief.