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August 1, 2014
Camping with a real Big Foot, the final chapter.


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August 1, 2014
It’s election time again. The primary is Aug. 5.


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August 1, 2014
FISH food bank will change its hours of operation starting Aug. 1.



July 31, 2014
When Colleen Slater’s pastor, Bob Postma, went on a three week vacation from the First Presbyterian Church in Hoquiam in the early 1980s, Slater stepped up to take his place writing her first lay sermon.



July 31, 2014
What began 29 years ago as “Old Timers Day” has become the Key Peninsula Logging Show and Festival.



July 31, 2014
A dog agility event is scheduled for Aug. 2 and 3, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Volunteer Park.



July 31, 2014
n June 30, Lakebay resident William Grisso reported his girlfriend, Nancy Gardner-Edwards, missing.



July 31, 2014
A single electrical pole and minimal water sources for animals and food booths posed difficult problems with temperatures soaring in the mid-90s for year 13 of the local fair.



July 31, 2014
When Key Peninsula kids head back to school on Sept. 3, every classroom, auditorium, gymnasium and office space will be sparkly clean from floor to ceiling, thanks to Peninsula School District’s custodians.



July 31, 2014
For more than three decades WayPoint Church has held a free, week-long Vacation Bible School in July for kids through sixth grade.



July 31, 2014
Key Peninsula residents Lori Colbo and D’Arcy Figuracion make their debut as a comedy team at the Red Barn SPLASH event on Aug. 9.



July 31, 2014
The Model A Ford Convention of America took place on a very warm, sun-drenched day on the Key Peninsula, July 16.



July 31, 2014
Gig Harbor’s Harbor WildWatch program not only serves Gig Harbor, it is also an important part of life on the Key Peninsula.



July 31, 2014
Summer is a busy time for Key Pen Parks, with specially focused camps taking place all season long.



July 31, 2014
In 2004, Key Peninsula Middle School became the first NASA Explorer School in Washington.


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July 1, 2014
July 2014 full issue



June 28, 2014
How to grow better food with less work.



June 28, 2014
To be honest, bullying makes food taste bad. It’s like a weight on your chest; you’re weighed down by bullying.


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June 28, 2014
The unmistakable, mellifluous, joyous, sweet sound of steel pans wafted through two Key Peninsula schools during the last Thursday of May.


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June 28, 2014
Safety improvements to State Route 302 are scheduled to begin this summer.