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July 1, 2018
A spectacular rainbow, bright rhododendrons, Opal the Opossum and more.


Lisa Bryan
July 1, 2018
There's much to do and think about during the beautiful warm and long days of summer.



July 1, 2018
Our District's future.



July 1, 2018
The minus tides of summer deliver a golden opportunity to pull up your very own geoduck.



July 1, 2018
Equestrian delight.



July 1, 2018
A Longbranch childhood.



July 1, 2018
To pay or not to pay.



July 1, 2018
Success is counted sweetest.



July 1, 2018
Mildred (Milly) Summerfelt Niemann of Vaughn died at home surrounded by family April 3, 2018.



July 1, 2018
Thomas Donald Rolfzen died peacefully May 30, 2018 at his home in Lakebay.



July 1, 2018
Vaughn Elementary ballroom dance team foxtrotted their way to gold at a June 9 competition.



July 1, 2018
After 29 years of teaching, June 19 was Chris Bronstad’s last day of school.



July 1, 2018
Pierce County Councilman Derek Young (D-Gig Harbor) conducted two town hall meetings on the KP in June.



July 1, 2018
Edie Morgan had an idea about how to improve life on the peninsula for an important part of our population that needed some help but went overlooked.



July 1, 2018
Linemen and other utility workers now have the same protections for their safety as law enforcement, firefighters and other emergency responders.



July 1, 2018
South Puget Sound is closed this season for all crab harvesting.


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July 1, 2018
July 2018 full issue.



June 1, 2018
To our graduates of 2018: Do good work and be safe out there. A whole community stands behind you.



June 1, 2018
Singing in the spring.



June 1, 2018
Graduation.