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August 1, 2017
Key summers.



August 1, 2017
Be a blessing, not a burden.



August 1, 2017
The data breach of Anthem was among the major headlines of 2015.



August 1, 2017
Charles and Anna Davis came from Broken Bone, Nebraska, in 1905 and bought about 25 acres in Elgin.



August 1, 2017
The Minter Creek Hatchery sends millions of salmon into Puget Sound each year.



August 1, 2017
Pierce County is cleaning up property on State Route 302 just west of 118th Avenue NW.



August 1, 2017
The Lakebay Community Church took a leap of faith last spring.



August 1, 2017
Advances on mental health and safety.



August 1, 2017
Stop showering: lose weight.



August 1, 2017
Tom and Julie Boardman have operated Master’s Dry Carpet Cleaning as a husband and wife team for nearly 20 years.



August 1, 2017
Tansy ragwort is one of seven invasive weeds that the Pierce County Noxious Weed Control Board targets for control.



August 1, 2017
Robert Manahan, Ed.D., started his new job as superintendent of the Peninsula School District July 1, 2016.



August 1, 2017
Clint Rosson, executive director of the Red Barn Youth Center, completes his first year Aug. 1.


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July 1, 2017
Churches lend a helping hand.


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July 1, 2017
July 2017 full issue



July 1, 2017
On July 29, family fun and entertainment return to the Longbranch Improvement Club at the sixth annual Bluegrass BBQ Festival from 2 to 6 p.m.


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July 1, 2017
In the garden: growing great vegetables


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July 1, 2017
Give hemp a chance.



July 1, 2017
There is an ebb and flow to the year on Kaukiki Farm in Longbranch. There are times when the work slows a bit and when the flow speeds up and there is much to be done.


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July 1, 2017
Discrimination in the classroom is oftentimes subtle and unintentional, making it difficult to address and to stop.