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May 31, 2017
A group of local high school students spent their spring break in China from April 15 to 23.



May 31, 2017
Becky and Steve Lodholm have owned and operated the Raregg Ranch near Wauna on the Key Peninsula for five years.


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May 31, 2017
2017 Peninsula Hawks Scholarship Fund Donors



May 31, 2017
Ernie Donehower enjoyed teaching cultural enrichment so much that even after his retirement he kept on doing it.



May 31, 2017
Penny Gazabat was recognized for her work as a founding member of the Key Free Clinic with an award from the clinic’s board of directors.



May 31, 2017
Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier cuts the ribbon to officially open the first office of the Key Peninsula Community Council May 9.



May 31, 2017
Humor writer Mary Roach has made a career out of offbeat portraits of science and society, and her latest work is no exception.



May 31, 2017
Chris Bronstad and Richard Miller both teach science and art at Key Peninsula Middle School.



May 31, 2017
The survival of salmon is threatened.


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May 31, 2017
Whale wishing.


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May 31, 2017
“It’s not about giving toasts; that keeps people away,” said Rozina Vertz.


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May 31, 2017
The Greater Gig Harbor Foundation awarded grants of $500 to four organizations on the Key Peninsula and one for $250 at its annual celebration May 5.



May 31, 2017
There was cause for celebration at the May 10 meeting of the Key Peninsula Community Council.



May 31, 2017
The Key Peninsula community has a way of wrapping itself around those in need of help.


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May 31, 2017
Peninsula Light Co. has been busy along the KP Highway, reducing traffic to a single lane on weekdays in three different locations and stopping cars for a few minutes each way.


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May 31, 2017
Farewell Captain Farris.



May 31, 2017
On the fourth weekend in every June since 1933, amateur (ham) radio operators across the nation have participated in “field day,” the largest ham radio event of the year.



May 31, 2017
After a winter hiatus, the Fresh Food Revolution Cooperative (FFR) has resumed its operation on the Key Peninsula, distributing fresh produce to 100 local members.


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May 31, 2017
There is one simple reason for Lyme disease (and other vector-borne infections) case numbers remaining low in Washington.


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May 31, 2017
The information that was in your article is accurate according to the Center for Disease Control but is not accurate as far as what the Lyme disease community is reporting.