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December 2, 2016
Out and About, December 2016


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December 2, 2016
Beating the winter blues.


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December 1, 2016
The four-day Cascadia Rising earthquake drill, conducted in June, is in its final stages of analysis. Some participants called statewide response a failure, while others found it a useful lesson.


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December 1, 2016
Even as overall crime rates decrease in Washington, property crime continues to heavily affect rural areas like the Key Peninsula.



December 1, 2016
KP firefighter/EMT Ed Swanson received the first Lifesaving Pin ever awarded by Fire District 16 in recognition of his actions to save the life of a KP resident in September.


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December 1, 2016
Now is the time.


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December 1, 2016
Time to talk.


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December 1, 2016
A wise person told me that we vote our lifestyle. I'm not sharing how I voted, but I will tell you that education, compassion and children are at the forefront of my decisions.


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December 1, 2016
In hopes of getting away from the drama of the presidential election, I switched to the CD that had been living in my car, unplayed for several years.


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December 1, 2016
I commend the Key Peninsula News on the November article, “The Key Peninsula's Peculiar Postal History” (KP News, November 2016).


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December 1, 2016
Elections go one way or another and those who backed the winning candidate often feel renewed confidence and a sense of power.


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December 1, 2016
We recently disconnected from the internet and then realized we really did need it at our house and tried to get back on with CenturyLink.



December 1, 2016
Pierce County Councilman Derek Young loves his job.


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December 1, 2016
Teacher's note.


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December 1, 2016
The Pierce County Council held its weekly meeting in the gym of the Key Peninsula Civic Center Nov. 1, 2016.



December 1, 2016
A weather balloon carrying an array of instruments and cameras launched from Key Peninsula Middle School was unexpectedly found in October, more than a year after it disappeared.



December 1, 2016
Taylor Shellfish Farms of Shelton, the state’s largest shellfish grower, recently applied for a permit to convert part of its Burley Lagoon operation to geoduck farming.



December 1, 2016
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a familiar term, but understanding it is key to survival for combat veterans off the battlefield.



December 1, 2016
Megan Blunk, 27, played on the USA women’s Paralympic wheelchair basketball team in Rio de Janeiro in September.



December 1, 2016
Peninsula High School personnel, students and the community at large were shocked by the destruction by arson of a memorial bench honoring former counselor Colleen Blauvelt by a yet-unknown person on Sept. 26.