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November 1, 2018
The long gray and gold line.



November 1, 2018
Vaughn WWII veteran goes the distance.



November 1, 2018
Candidates running for county, state and national offices answered questions at the Key Peninsula Civic Center Oct. 9.



November 1, 2018
Burley Lagoon, kayaking at sunset, a juvenile red-tailed hawk and more.



November 1, 2018
Staff writers and columnists of the KP News won top prizes at statewide newspaper contest.



October 1, 2018
Charlie Sehmel looks back at his logging days on Herron Island.



October 1, 2018
A bird's-eye view of the history of Herron Island.



October 1, 2018
Christopher Ryan Lauderbaugh, 24, died unexpectedly Sept. 6, 2018.



October 1, 2018
The candidates' top priorities for the Key Peninsula.



October 1, 2018
The Tacoma Power project to replace the Henderson Bay electric towers with steel post is set for completion on schedule.



October 1, 2018
Sheila Hazel (Elliott) Weaver died at home surrounded by family Sept. 15, 2018.


Lisa Bryan
October 1, 2018
This month we bring you stories of the past and questions about our future. This month we also ask for your support.



October 1, 2018
The YMCA needs to listen to the community they are serving.



October 1, 2018
The Key Peninsula Farm Tour returns for its twelfth year Oct. 6.



October 1, 2018
Carolyn Wiley will be the featured artist at the 2018 Fiber Arts Show.



October 1, 2018
More help for families who have challenges with parenting is now available.



October 1, 2018
By the end of August wildfires had consumed nearly 7 million acres of trees in the United States.



October 1, 2018
On Sept. 11, 2018, Key Peninsula Fire District 16 commemorated the 9/11 attacks.



October 1, 2018
Do your research on I-1639 before you cast your ballot.



October 1, 2018
I-1639 may treat the symptoms of gun violence but it will not solve the problem.