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May 29, 2013
In 1989, fed up with the city life of Seattle, Laura McClintock moved to Key Peninsula.



May 29, 2013
What began as a reading assignment for language arts students at Key Peninsula Middle School has become a pair of entries in a statewide contest to remember the Holocaust.



May 29, 2013
Last month, the Key Peninsula Lions-sponsored Boy Scout Pack 222 rolled into the Key Peninsula Civic Center.


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May 29, 2013
Dayl Minch got tired of seeing trash building up on the roadside.



May 29, 2013
A “bull’s-eye” rash is a first indication of an insidious disease that affects an increased number of people every year worldwide.



May 29, 2013
Vaughn resident Ted Olinger recently authored a book about his experiences and encounters with nature and people who make the Key Peninsula their home.



May 29, 2013
For a healthy, unique way to celebrate Father’s Day a few days early this year, put on your running shoes and join the PenLight Summer Fun Run on the KP’s 360 Trails on June 15.



May 29, 2013
Last month, during the open of boating season, the community came out in force for the annual breakfast and to celebrate Geoffrey Baillie, the late president of the Longbranch Improvement Club.



May 29, 2013
Since it opened, the Gig Harbor YMCA has had a presence on the Key Peninsula, thanks largely to Longbranch resident Kristina Butorac.


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May 29, 2013
Bridge toll rate changes are coming.