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December 1, 2017
Lifetime Longbranch resident Marguerite Bussard celebrated her 90th birthday in November.



December 1, 2017
Two families build international connections and teach young people about farming and life in our rural community.



December 1, 2017
Rachelle Welander’s eyes light up when she talks about the elective classes she teaches at KPMS.



December 1, 2017
Pierce County Council voted unanimously to add the Vaughn Library Hall to the official Register of Historic Places in Pierce County.



December 1, 2017
A recipe for julglögg from the kitchen of Britta Brones.



December 1, 2017
Chris Bronstad did portrait drawings to raise money for the Houston Independent School District.



December 1, 2017
Debbie Cassidy fulfilled a lifelong dream when she recently purchased Sunnycrest Nursery.



November 1, 2017
Gallery: Your photos from the 2017 Key Peninsula Farm Tour.



November 1, 2017
KPMS seventh graders were the top scorers in Peninsula School District math test last year.



November 1, 2017
Gateway Park was formed from several different properties totaling 72 acres.



November 1, 2017
Future fate of Marnie Farmer's Vintage and Antiques is unknown, as building goes up for sale.



November 1, 2017
Chuck Ellis of Goin' Postal helps the community with much more than their mailing needs.



November 1, 2017
Who are the residents of the Key Peninsula?



November 1, 2017
Indyrá and John Miller were 11 days into their vacation when Hurricane Irma made a direct hit on Cuba.



November 1, 2017
On Sept. 30, PEP-C (Peninsula Emergency Preparedness Committee) hosted the 2017 Preparedness Fair.



November 1, 2017
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson was the featured guest of the Gig Harbor Mid-Day Rotary on Sept. 26.



November 1, 2017
Historic Faraway, harvest moon, water polo, girls' soccer, and much more.



November 1, 2017
Ruth Sarah Hornung Bramhall died peacefully on Oct. 4, at a Tacoma hospital with loved ones by her side.



November 1, 2017
Now is exactly not the time to take an “I don’t care anymore” attitude to the events reported by the true media.



November 1, 2017
We do not need the farmed salmon industry in Washington’s marine waters.