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September 1, 2017
The German Lutheran Cemetery of Longbranch is off the beaten path.



September 1, 2017
Local artist, knitter and weaver Britta Brones described the steps it takes to turn fleece into fashion.



September 1, 2017
Lillian Page started as the new principal at Vaughn Elementary School this month.



September 1, 2017
Scientists conducted continuing research on efforts to re-establish native eelgrass in the waters off Joemma Beach State Park.



September 1, 2017
State funding for three community projects on the Key Peninsula is on hold.



September 1, 2017
“100 Years of Farming” is the theme for this year’s Key Peninsula Farm Tour, the oldest in Pierce County.



September 1, 2017
“You’re On Your Own,” unless you can get to a shelter.



September 1, 2017
Smoky sunset, Anna's hummingbird, Two Waters art walk, and more.


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August 1, 2017
August 2017 full issue



August 1, 2017
The Friends of the Key Center Library Book Discussion Group is looking for a few good readers.



August 1, 2017
In the garden: growing great compost.



August 1, 2017
Pierce Conservation District is conducting classes on how to build a bin to compost manure.



August 1, 2017
Out and about last month: Fourth of July parade, geoduckers on the beach, a beautiful sunset, and much more.



August 1, 2017
If you live in the Longbranch area, you have seen Keith McCart and his dog Josie.


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August 1, 2017
The new Key Peninsula News website goes live Aug. 1.



August 1, 2017
Steve Wilkerson showed up at an open mic night at the Lakebay Marina three years ago.


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August 1, 2017
On June 3, on Herron Road, we were subjected to four hours of loud, booming gunfire.



August 1, 2017
Natalie Beesinger and Mika Laursen, both 17, returned home in June after spending their high school junior years in Germany.



August 1, 2017
Communities In Schools of Peninsula has a mission—to help every child achieve his or her greatest potential.



August 1, 2017
Jud Morris has become a fixture on the Key Peninsula since his arrival 16 years ago.