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October 1, 2017
An estimated 140,000 farmed Atlantic salmon escaped into Puget Sound when their net pen collapsed near Cypress Island.



October 1, 2017
News in brief.



October 1, 2017
Key Pen Parks has come a long way.



October 1, 2017
Gateway Park is ready to open Sept. 30.


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October 1, 2017
From playgrounds to sports fields, from a wheelchair-accessible path to a rugged trail in the forest, there is something for everyone in your local parks.



October 1, 2017
Each of Washington’s 295 local school districts has its own elected board.



October 1, 2017
Peninsula School District board member Deborah Krishnadasan is seeking re-election in November.



October 1, 2017
David Olson is seeking re-election to the Peninsula School District board of directors, representing District 5.



October 1, 2017
“Gratitude fuels my decision to run for the school board,” said Noelle Balliett.



October 1, 2017
Road crews were a common summer sight on the Key Peninsula, part of many projects underway or being planned.



October 1, 2017
Rick Selfors, the KPMS shop teacher and wrestling coach, retired after an accident severely damaged his left hand.



October 1, 2017
“I was surrounded by creative people as I grew up,” said Key Peninsula sculptor Paul Michaels.



October 1, 2017
Pierce County Emergency Neighborhood Team educates neighborhood organizations and homeowner associations.



October 1, 2017
An eerie full moon, a red-breasted sapsucker at work, a big band at Blend, and more.



October 1, 2017
There’s no place like the KP for Halloween.



October 1, 2017
Cider tasting just a drive away.



October 1, 2017
Budget season.



October 1, 2017
The Least of These.



October 1, 2017
Deer-Free on the Key.



October 1, 2017
We don’t care anymore.