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December 1, 2018
Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the Key Corral Sunday, Dec. 2, for the Christmas tree lighting.


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November 7, 2018
November 2018 General Election results.



November 4, 2018
A resident vessel of Lakebay Marina keeled over and sank in the shallow waters of Von Geldern Cove Oct. 14.



November 2, 2018
Job announcement: Join the team at Key Peninsula News as a bookkeeper.



November 1, 2018
The Shoreline Master Program was approved, a decade after planning began.


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November 1, 2018
November 2018 full issue.



November 1, 2018
The Peninsula High School Seahawks beat the Gig Harbor Tides 21-10 in the 40th Annual Fish Bowl.


Logging continues on the KP
November 1, 2018
Understanding logging practices on the Key Peninsula.


“You never think that you can have an opportunity to make a career in baking,” Micah Dahl said. “People talk about careers in medicine or teaching, but baking is what we really want to do.” Photo: Lisa Bryan, KP News
November 1, 2018
Micah and Emily Dahl became the proud new owners of 3 Clouds Bakery in August.



November 1, 2018
Figaro’s Pizza was selected for the company’s Franchisee of the Year award in October.


Volunteer Debi Ady (left) with Cathy Jo Clawson at the Friends of the Library book sale Sept. 29 where hundreds of donated books were sold to support the Key Center branch of the Pierce County Library System. Photo: Lisa Bryan, KP News
November 1, 2018
Voters will be asked to restore full funding for the public library on Nov. 6.



November 1, 2018
Kevin Hines, a suicide survivor and prevention activist, will be speaking about suicide prevention on Nov. 5.


Just south of 40th Ave. on Key Peninsula Highway, the new Longbranch sign. Photo: Rich Hildahl
November 1, 2018
The Longbranch Foundation celebrated the dedication of a new sign on the Key Peninsula Highway.


Creole-inspired dressing with salty oysters, smoky ham and fresh herbs. Photo: Michelle Ferrand
November 1, 2018
Thanksgiving dinner invites history, tradition and a blending of cultures to the table.



November 1, 2018
The Buy Nothing movement builds neighborly relationships through giving.



November 1, 2018
A spectacular and successful evening at the KP Civic Center's signature fundraiser.


New 3,300 sq.ft. splash area (1) with adjacent grass sunning lawns (2) and paved picnic court (3) will be first accessible waterplay area in the area. Graphic courtesy: Key Pen Parks
November 1, 2018
Key Pen Parks is close to securing funding for a 3,300 sq ft splash pad at Gateway Park.


Lisa Bryan
November 1, 2018
Only on the KP.



November 1, 2018
The destiny of nations.



November 1, 2018
A Viking we will go.