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July 2, 2016
Key Peninsula artists will be celebrated and showcased in Key Center, Wednesday, Aug. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m.



July 2, 2016
The story of Colvos Passage.



July 2, 2016
Local author Richard A.M. Dixon won a national award in May for his 2013 autobiography, "Angels in My Foxhole," soon after releasing his sixth book, "The Tiger of Dien Bien Phu."



July 2, 2016
Key Peninsula residents of all ages gathered at the KP Civic Center May 21 for a night of fighting, food and fun, courtesy of North West Pro Wrestling (NWP).


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July 2, 2016
Lance Gloor, 37, of Gig Harbor, the owner of the former KPN Cross medical marijuana dispensary in Key Center, was sentenced June 3 to 10 years in prison and five years supervised release for two federal charges related to drug distribution.


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July 2, 2016
The 35 members of KP Boy Scouts of America Troop 220 raised nearly $10,000 in recent months to fund their summer activities, including a trip to a scout camp in Mount Hood in August


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July 2, 2016
Under the leadership of its president (and Key Peninsula resident) Mirella Geyer, the Gig Harbor Eagles Post 2809 Auxiliary raised $12,369.10 for charities between June 1, 2015, and May 31, 2016.



July 2, 2016
Marge Summerfelt of Vaughn recently became the first lifetime member of the Key Peninsula Historical Society with a single donation of $1,000.



July 2, 2016
After being the victim of a series of car prowls, Kristen Granroth decided she’d had enough; she formed the Tiedman Road KP Neighborhood Watch Group on Facebook.



July 2, 2016
When Theatre Puget Sound placed a call for auditions, Lake Minterwood resident William Michael Paul showed up with a smile.



July 2, 2016
On Saturday, July 30, from 2 to 6 p.m., the Bluegrass Festival will return to the Longbranch Improvement Club for its fifth year.



July 2, 2016
After a successful debut in 2015, Key Pen Parks’ Fourth of July Community Hot Dog Social promises to be even bigger and better in 2016, according to Christina Hallock, the recreation coordinator for Key Pen Parks.


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July 2, 2016
Fourth of July—Herron Island style.



July 2, 2016
Key Peninsula Fire District 16 will ask voters to approve renewal of a four-year Maintenance and Operations (M&O) levy in an election Aug. 2.



July 2, 2016
In early June, Key Peninsula Fire District 16 participated in the first-of-its-kind FEMA Cascadia Rising 2016 Catastrophic Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster Exercise.



July 2, 2016
"If you’ve never come to our lavender festival, this is the year to come," said Tracy Ketts, owner of Blue Willow Lavender Farm on Wright-Bliss Road in Vaughn.


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July 2, 2016
There are 65 miles of waterfront on the Key Peninsula. Less than 2 miles are currently farmed.


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July 2, 2016
Elections belong to the people.



July 2, 2016
Thomas James Marzano IV (aka Tommy T and Tom Tom) died suddenly May 4, 2016, but surrounded by friends.


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July 1, 2016
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