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September 1, 2017
It may not come as a big surprise to you, but we on the Key Peninsula have one of the best fire departments around.



September 1, 2017
I had a chance this afternoon to read every article and scan every ad in your August edition.



September 1, 2017
The Voice of the Key Peninsula.



September 1, 2017
Education funding battle isn’t over.



September 1, 2017
Don't climb every mountain.



September 1, 2017
Blackberries and me.



September 1, 2017
On Lyme disease: meet a survivor.



September 1, 2017
Safe spaces and free speech.



September 1, 2017
Being at the right place at the right time seems to be a theme in this homey memoir of Hill Williams, veteran Northwest reporter.



September 1, 2017
Remember the “good old days” when the library was a place where you checked out books and returned them in 14 days or so?



September 1, 2017
Lori Deacon reaches across the country using technology to check in on her clients with Your Daily Hello.



September 1, 2017
The GH Commercial Fishermen’s Club has been collaborating with Minter Creek Hatchery to bring chum salmon to local creeks.



September 1, 2017
Mackenzie Mills, 19, completed her freshman year at Johns Hopkins University with a place on the dean’s list.



September 1, 2017
Dylan Anderson has been thinking about climate change.



September 1, 2017
One night many years ago at a dance Loyd tapped Sharon on the shoulder and asked for a dance.



September 1, 2017
Mardie Rees is a Purdy sculptor with a long list of commissions, exhibitions and awards.



September 1, 2017
KGHP broadcasts from the Peninsula High School campus to Gig Harbor and the Key Peninsula.



September 1, 2017
The Glen Cove Repair automotive business materialized from the study, planning and determination of Eric Moreland’s youngest son, Mathew in 2012.