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Matthew Dean
April 2, 2017
The Pacific Northwest is a paradise in many ways, but it is especially vulnerable to one particular form of natural catastrophe: earthquakes.


Ted Olinger
April 1, 2017
The Key Peninsula Lions Club honored local resident Anne Nesbit with its 33rd annual Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year Award at a ceremony banquet March 18 at the KP Civic Center in Vaughn.

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Staff Report
April 1, 2017
LIC Annual Report.


Ted Olinger
March 31, 2017
A 1-year-old Hereford cow called Scruffy escaped from her owner, Don Lippincott, of Jackson Lake Feb. 19 and hasn’t been seen or heard of since.


Ted Olinger
March 31, 2017
The work of photojournalist and one-time Key Peninsula resident Luke Somers will be exhibited in a show at Seattle University April 29 to May 1.

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Sheila Ward Niven
March 31, 2017
Community connects.

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Cathy Warner
March 31, 2017
My husband and I bought a 60-year-old house a few years ago that desperately needed updating.


Cathy Warner
March 31, 2017
Are you tired of trying to remove sticky labels from windows and bathtubs, children’s stickers from refrigerators and furniture, and adhesive price tags from plastic and glass, only to end up with a smudged patch of adhesive that defies soft soap and glass cleaner?


Colleen Slater
March 31, 2017
Holland native Patricia Ruff started her business, Rocky Bay Garden Creations, soon after moving to the Key Peninsula in 2016.


Frank Slater
March 31, 2017
Something called a “flexible classroom” is being this year at Minter Creek Elementary School.


Carolyn Wiley
March 2, 2017
Tacoma Power will replace the transmission towers in Henderson Bay and Burley Lagoon in late 2017, if the required permitting is approved.


Carolyn Wiley
March 2, 2017
36 fifth-graders from Evergreen Elementary School spent three days and two nights in February in the Outdoor and Environmental Education program at YMCA Camp Seymour.


Carolyn Wiley
March 2, 2017
Mount Everest climbing guide Dan Mazur will speak to students at Evergreen Elementary School and to the public at the Longbranch Improvement Club March 15.


Staff Report
March 2, 2017
Replacement of old creosote-laced wooden pilings at the Longbranch Marina began in early February.

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Matthew Dean
March 2, 2017
The Key Peninsula has multiple food banks, each with its own history and style of community support.


Colleen Slater
March 2, 2017
The Two Waters Arts Alliance has been bringing artistic instruction and experiences to Key Peninsula schools since 2001, and the program continues to expand.


Irene Torres
March 2, 2017
Doug Blystone is a featured folk artist at Marnie Farmer’s Vintage and Antiques shop on Key Pen Highway North and 134th Street.

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Frank Slater
March 2, 2017
Recent surface repairs to the Purdy Bridge didn’t work.

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Frank Slater
February 3, 2017
The Key Peninsula Community Council took possession of the former Mustard Seed Project office in the Key Center Corral Feb. 1.

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Readers
January 29, 2017
PSD thanks the community for its input.