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April 29, 2017
Simon Calcavecchia talked about his books, his music, and his disability



April 29, 2017
The Longbranch Improvement Club and the Longbranch Foundation are out to raise nearly a quarter of a million dollars to pay for renovations and upgrades to the Longbranch Marina.



April 29, 2017
The KP Parks Foundation is raising money to pay for enhancements to Gateway Park in Wauna.



April 29, 2017
The weekly Key Free Clinic began offering vision services to walk-in patients.


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April 29, 2017
SB 5239 won’t work.


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April 29, 2017
Sound View Camp and Retreat Center is getting a new life thanks to a new staff and renewed interest.



April 29, 2017
The family understood they needed to get away, but stayed “one day too long,” when the Vichy government’s militia began rounding up Jews and shipping them to Germany.



April 29, 2017
The Blue Easter Bunny has been giving away candy at the Boy Scout Easter egg hunt for 35 years.


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April 29, 2017
The KP Democrats hosted a bipartisan group at the Home fire station April 17 to hear updates from the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.



April 29, 2017
The Pacific Ohana Foundation Cultural Center in Purdy is expanding its offerings.



April 29, 2017
An engaged audience gathered at the Key Center Library in April to hear Jeb Wyman’s talk “Coming Home: How the Humanities Help Veterans Find Meaning After War,” sponsored by the Friends of the Library.



April 29, 2017
State budget views.



April 29, 2017
Taking on the restoration of historic sites requires a special sort of person.



April 29, 2017
Lumber prices are the highest they’ve been in more than a decade.



April 3, 2017
A 106th birthday party, a beautiful sunrise, a pileated woodpecker, and more.


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April 2, 2017
The Pacific Northwest is a paradise in many ways, but it is especially vulnerable to one particular form of natural catastrophe: earthquakes.



April 1, 2017
Rep. Jesse Young (R-Gig Harbor) of the 26th Legislative District held his first 2017 town hall March 11 at the city council chambers in Gig Harbor.



April 1, 2017
Trees and the timber industry are integral to Washington state and Key Peninsula history.



April 1, 2017
The Key Peninsula Lions Club honored local resident Anne Nesbit with its 33rd annual Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year Award at a ceremony banquet March 18 at the KP Civic Center in Vaughn.



April 1, 2017
The Key Peninsula Fire Department promoted firefighter/paramedic Robert Bosch to lieutenant for a second time in his 27-year career at a ceremony March 14.