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December 1, 2008
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December 1, 2008
Every child in every class at Evergreen Elementary School was excited to choose a book during the Reading Is Fun program in October.



December 1, 2008
Holiday season kicked into swing with the first annual Winter Warm-Up and Chili Cook-Off at the civic center Nov. 15.



December 1, 2008
Making tutus is a very precise and tedious side job for Lynn Hallowell of Longbranch.



December 1, 2008
A small group of Key Peninsula citizens forms a Toastmasters Club to help members overcome the fear of public speaking.


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December 1, 2008
A meeting is set for Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Longbranch Improvement Club to discuss the future of the KP Community Fair.



December 1, 2008
Julia Carson's reason for living is the very thing that is killing her.


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November 1, 2008
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November 1, 2008
The Seahawks demolished the White River Hornets 61-0 at the Homecoming game on Oct. 17th.



November 1, 2008
November is a wonderful time to take stock of your harvest and the beauty your yard still offers.



November 1, 2008
Deep inside, something stirred when William Michael Paul heard the audience applaud for a tap dance routine with his sister during a second-grade performance.



November 1, 2008
Some of the work planned for Burnham Drive/Borgen Boulevard interchange in Gig Harbor is directly connected to the Key Peninsula.



November 1, 2008
Key Peninsula resident, Senior Master Sergeant Morrey E. Grymes III, 194th Air Support Operations Group, was awarded his third and fourth Bronze Star Medals.


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October 1, 2008
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October 1, 2008
Questions put to the Washington State District 26 Candidates.


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October 1, 2008
KGHP, the community service radio station serving the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula areas, began its twenty-first year of broadcasting in September.



October 1, 2008
The Home Park and picnic shelter officially opened Sept. 16.



October 1, 2008
The Key Pen Farmers Market became a full-fledged market thanks to the hard work of a few volunteers, a leap of faith from the vendors, and the overwhelming support of the shoppers.



October 1, 2008
in late August 2008, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Peninsula Detachment received two reports of marine thefts near the island and near the ferry dock off Herron Road.



October 1, 2008
Twelve people gathered under a shelter at Penrose Park recently to learn about how to stalk the wild mushrooms of Washington.