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December 9, 2015
Rethinking the 'Christmas surprise'.


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December 9, 2015
For those whose exposure to marijuana is limited, or ended several decades ago, the cannabis landscape presents a whole new world, and the Key Peninsula is in the middle of that changing landscape.


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December 5, 2015
Key Peninsula Fire Chief Guy Allen is relieved that the recent lid lift levy passed.



December 5, 2015
Gordon Alexander Graham is an advocate for military veterans.


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December 5, 2015
Tips for planning next year's garden.


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December 3, 2015
The women’s group at WayPoint Church wants Key Peninsula women to know about the things they’re doing to bring local women together.


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December 3, 2015
My friend’s son passed away last spring.



December 3, 2015
Peninsula High School students Sara Undem, Nadira Ali, and Madison Ormsby have created a DECA community service project aimed at winning participation in the National DECA competition in Nashville, Tennessee in spring 2016.



December 3, 2015
Monday, Nov. 16, members of the incoming Peninsula School Board addressed the Key Peninsula Democrats Club during its meeting.



December 3, 2015
On Nov. 14, Scouts from Key Peninsula Lions-sponsored Boy Scout Troop 220 unloaded a large supply of food at the KP Community Services food bank.



December 3, 2015
Julieann Kohn’s creative mind knows no bounds.



December 3, 2015
Born on Aug. 16, 1928 in Fort Scott, Kan. to Theodore E. Saxer and Iva Belle Saxer (Purdy), Theodore Saxer died Nov, 14 in Tacoma.



December 3, 2015
Schiller, 86, passed away peacefully at his home in Tacoma surrounded by his loving family after living with the challenges of Parkinson’s disease.



December 3, 2015
When the weather turns chilly and wet ––as it often does in fall and winter on the Key Peninsula ––parents often yearn for a safe, warm, dry place for their young children to play.



December 3, 2015
Arlene Babbitt of Vaughn enjoys her Swedish heritage and hoped to someday visit her grandparents’ homeland.



December 3, 2015
Elected officials representing the Key Peninsula came to the November Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) meeting to talk about what they have been doing and to hear from residents.


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December 3, 2015
This past summer, the water quality in Vaughn Bay declined to the point that measures to improve and protect it are necessary.


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December 3, 2015
The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) elected three new directors along with three incumbents at its meeting Nov. 11.



December 3, 2015
Remembering Amanda Hamlin.


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December 3, 2015
Key Peninsula has 10,890 registered voters, with 37 percent casting ballots.