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May 1, 2016
Through the filters that abide.



May 1, 2016
Don't let the next president ruin your friendships.



May 1, 2016
Nearing completion of her master's degree in 2011, Claudia Patchen had been looking for an internship opportunity.



May 1, 2016
Not many people have a forest named for them. Most who do died long before receiving such a tribute.


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May 1, 2016
The Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) hosted speakers to discuss grandparents’ rights at its March meeting in addition to covering routine business.


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May 1, 2016
The Key Peninsula Veterans will host their annual Aisle of Honor ceremony the Sunday before Memorial Day at Vaughn Bay Cemetery.


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May 1, 2016
he Washington State Emergency Food Network last month presented Key Peninsula's Food Backpacks 4 Kids program with its annual John Schultz Silver Spoon Volunteer Organization of the Year Award.


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May 1, 2016
The sentencing hearing for Lance Gloor, owner of the former KPN Cross medical marijuana dispensary in Key Center, has been delayed until June 17 in federal court in Tacoma.



May 1, 2016
A sign of our times.



April 19, 2016
STEM--science, technology, engineering and math--is the theme of the day in education.



April 3, 2016
The Pierce County Council voted Dec. 15 to hold a one-issue advisory-only election April 26 to gauge whether or not local residents want retail marijuana stores and growers to operate in unincorporated areas of Pierce County, like the Key Peninsula.


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April 3, 2016
Three Key Peninsula males aged 13, 14 and 17 were arrested March 17 for their roles in an alleged violent sexual assault on a 15-year-old girl at her Lakebay residence March 14.


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April 3, 2016
Affordable senior housing. Aging in place. Bracing for the "silver tsunami." No, it's not Bernie Sanders talking.


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April 2, 2016
Key Pen Parks staff and supporters have an extra spring in our steps as we look forward to some exciting times in 2016.


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April 2, 2016
Cost of health care.



April 2, 2016
Young athletes and their families turned out in droves March 19 for the annual festivities surrounding Key Peninsula Little League's (KPLL) Opening Day Jamboree.



April 2, 2016
Content, context and correctness


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April 2, 2016
Tides of change.



April 2, 2016
"I’ve lived all over the place," said Dorothy Lusby several years ago.



April 2, 2016
There is no more "Makin’ Bacon" at the corner of 134th Avenue and the Key Peninsula Highway, where Marnie Kirk has reopened her vintage and handmade home decor store, "Marnie Farmer’s."