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June 1, 2015
June 2015 full issue


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May 29, 2015
As the local communities developed, people wanted a place for meetings and social gatherings. Community halls were built to serve many functions.


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May 28, 2015
Freedom asks that we be respectful and responsible.


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May 28, 2015
Individual histories behind alcohol addiction are varied but one thing all members of Alcoholics Anonymous share is the desire to put chemical dependency and the self-destruction they suffer behind them.


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May 28, 2015
The Fire District 16 Board of Commissioners has voted to put a multi-year lid-lift levy on the August ballot to increase the so-called “fire tax” from the current $1.34 to $1.50 per $1,000 of property value


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May 28, 2015
As spring reaches into the summer season and the warmer weather tempts people out of their homes, I’m reminded of our emerging and blossoming community.



May 28, 2015
People like Nita Garnier help make the Key Peninsula extra special.



May 28, 2015
If you ever plan to attend one of the Key Peninsula’s Livable Fairs, there are a few things you need to do: Wear a comfortable pair of shoes and allow plenty of time, because there’s much to see and learn.



May 28, 2015
Question: What happens when thousands of Washington state teachers believe that education is not being adequately funded? Answer: They schedule rolling one-day walkouts to bring attention to the issue.



May 28, 2015
For years Wendy Chenow made her living selling cars. But after being injured on the job in 2013, Chenow’s income switched to L&I.



May 28, 2015
Hayley King loves art and she would love to have a local place where people and families can go to enjoy and learn about art.



May 28, 2015
The Key Peninsula is full of surprises, including a surprising number of world-renowned artists who live on dirt roads that meander through the woods and along the shorelines.


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May 28, 2015
What would happen to the Key Peninsula if all of a sudden the Earth stopped spinning or even just slowed down?


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May 28, 2015
Since November 2011, KP School Bus Connects has been at the forefront of rural transportation innovation.


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May 28, 2015
If ever there were a place with pride in its schools, it is the Key Peninsula.


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May 28, 2015
“Can you think of anything better than to have our children tell our history?” asks Connie Hildahl, of the Longbranch Improvement Club (LIC).


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May 28, 2015
Donald Joseph Mastro, 82, died April 14, 2015.



May 28, 2015
Lake Holiday artist Raphael Murrell describes himself as “the Black Dale Chihuly.”



May 28, 2015
Ollala resident Dianne Gardner’s screenplay of “Cassandra’s Castle” came in as a semifinalist out of 2,400 entries in a film festival.


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May 28, 2015
WayPoint Church is offering “LIFT 2015,” a weeklong summer camp between June 22 and 27 for youth ages 12 to 18.