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December 1, 2016
Key Peninsula resident Jillian Petersen, 33, went to the 2016 Paralympic games as a guide in the triathlon for Elizabeth Baker, 43.


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December 1, 2016
December 2016 full issue



December 1, 2016
Don’t be so surprised.



December 1, 2016
Joni and Clint Pipkin were working to establish a new gourmet hot dog food truck business in mid-September when they noticed the coffee stand in the parking lot at O'Callahan's Pub was gone.


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December 1, 2016
Democracy first.



November 2, 2016
Out and About, November 2016


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November 1, 2016
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October 29, 2016
Pierce County Councilman Derek Young (D-7th) met with the Key Peninsula Advisory Commission Oct. 20 to discuss social and financial issues affecting KP residents.



October 29, 2016
Nine candidates running for county, state and national offices answered audience questions at a KP Civic Center forum on Oct. 4.


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October 29, 2016
Politics has become a toxic subject at social functions.


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October 29, 2016
It's time to grow up, America.


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October 29, 2016
Vote for a safer Washington.


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October 29, 2016
What Pokémon GO says about us


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October 29, 2016
Seventeen-year-old Morgan James Cayo of Lakebay pleaded guilty as an adult in Pierce County Superior Court Sept. 28 to one count of third-degree rape and two counts of second-degree assault,


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October 29, 2016
We have a bit of an identity crisis in Pierce County with the upcoming election. People are confusing two Youngs: Jesse and Derek.



October 29, 2016
The Key Peninsula Historical Society now owns the old Vaughn Library on Hall Road, the first and last remaining meeting hall built on the KP at the end of the 19th century.


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October 29, 2016
I have been a Republican all my life. I worked at a Reagan rally in Reno in the 1980s. My belief in the Republican Party is rooted in fiscal conservatism, personal responsibility and accountability, individual liberty and limited government.


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October 29, 2016
I have followed Randy Spitzer's journey to become our 26th Legislative District representative with great admiration and respect.



October 29, 2016
Around here, rain happens—a lot. But did you know that how you manage stormwater runoff on your property could make your life easier, your animals healthier and the streams that feed Puget Sound cleaner?


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October 29, 2016
Delaying maturity.