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January 3, 2016
Sometime in early December, thieves broke into the Key Peninsula Veterans storeroom at the KP Lutheran Church, ransacked the room and stole several valuable flags.


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January 3, 2016
Related stories: CISP’s Woodstock party parlays fun, dollars into peninsula school district children KP shines at PSEF’s 20th birthday Sixth grade KPMS students get new Chromebooks CISP: Still helping students in PSD schools School board candidates discuss important issues


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January 3, 2016
Helping hands.



January 3, 2016
Kindergarten through fifth-grade students in Peninsula School District began the school year with a new reading and writing curriculum called Reading Wonders, and the response has been positive.



January 3, 2016
The Key Peninsula is poised to be at the center of innovation and coordination in ways we have never seen.



January 3, 2016
Marijuana is big business, and growing marijuana is where that business begins.


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January 3, 2016
According to a Pierce County press release, on Dec. 15, the Pierce County Council repealed its de facto ban on marijuana production and sales in unincorporated areas.


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January 3, 2016
Citizens Against Crime (CAC) members took advantage of a program offered by the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department to learn more about how the department works.


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January 3, 2016
Have you wondered how to let Pierce County officials know about your concerns or ideas for improving life in our rural community?


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January 3, 2016
Duwayne Lance Skillman, 32, has been charged with murder in the first degree in the death of Lynn Cooper, a 69-year old Key Peninsula resident.



January 3, 2016
The sixth grade students at Key Peninsula Middle have a new learning tool this year. As of Dec. 1, every sixth grader has their very own Chromebook computer.


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January 3, 2016
Communities In Schools earned another 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America's premier nonprofit evaluator.


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January 3, 2016
The 31st annual Key Peninsula Citizens of the Year Awards Banquet will be held March 26 at 6 p.m. at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn.


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January 3, 2016
On Dec. 12, The Bluegrass Minstrels Festive Christmas Revelry drew a crowd of some 120 community members, filling Lakebay Community Church’s Morgan Hall to benefit the Red Barn Youth Center.


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January 2, 2016
Rabbit breeders from around the world gathered in Portland for the 92nd annual American Rabbit Breeders Association national convention from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4.


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January 1, 2016
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