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April 1, 2018
Against the bond—there is a better way.



April 1, 2018
Vote to raise your taxes? Why you should support the Peninsula Schools bond.



April 1, 2018
Jodi and Barrie McDougall received the Peninsula School District’s Ellen Fay Award for outstanding service.



April 1, 2018
Historian Michael Hemp researched the role of Puget Sound in the work of pioneering marine biologist Ed Ricketts.



April 1, 2018
A fishing boat made famous by John Steinbeck is being restored in Port Townsend.



April 1, 2018
Lacey Renae Foy of Lakebay died after being found unconscious in a pool at the Tom Taylor Family YMCA.



April 1, 2018
PSD Superintendent Rob Manahan discusses the capital bond measure with the community.



April 1, 2018
After 30 years at KPMS, Wendy Hennessy has been the lunch lady for a lot of students.



April 1, 2018
Dutcher Cove, coyote pups, a rainbow over Case Inlet and much more.


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March 1, 2018
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March 1, 2018
Approval of the state capital budget last month was good news for the Minter Creek Hatchery.



March 1, 2018
A Gig Harbor Kiwanis reading program enriches the early reading experience of preschoolers.



March 1, 2018
Alyssa Garcia has been accepted to Tacoma’s new Industrial Design, Engineering and Art high school.



March 1, 2018
Nearly 80 people discussed strategies at a town hall meeting on crime.



March 1, 2018
The Longbranch Marina may be getting major upgrades sooner than expected.



March 1, 2018
The goal of bringing assisted living for seniors to the Key Peninsula took a giant leap forward.



March 1, 2018
A suspect was arrested for a double homicide on Whiteman Road.



March 1, 2018
Gateway Park is in the first two phases of a master construction plan.



March 1, 2018
Volunteers on the KP get to do everything the career firefighters do.