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September 1, 2018
What happens if a property assessment seems out of line with what an owner expects?



September 1, 2018
The 60-foot tall water tower proposed by YMCA Camp Seymour is not welcome on the Key Peninsula.



September 1, 2018
The impressive Timber Beast at the KP Logging Show & Festival.


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September 1, 2018
September 2018 full issue.



August 1, 2018
Stefanie Warren is the civic center's new marketing and facility coordinator.



August 1, 2018
Don Zimmerman—pharmacist, businessman, hunter and fisherman, beloved citizen of the Key Peninsula community.



August 1, 2018
Meet Corrine Weatherly, the new supervising librarian at the Key Center Library.



August 1, 2018
Tweed Meyer approaches her art as she approaches her life—a full-tilt experience.



August 1, 2018
Entries submitted to our Best of KP Summer writing contest.



August 1, 2018
Oasis Youth Center of Tacoma opened its first satellite location at the Key Peninsula Civic Center for young people ages 14-24.



August 1, 2018
Last October, the lives of eighth-grader Hailee Hutton and her family were turned upside down.



August 1, 2018
The congregations of six Key Peninsula churches gathered for an open-air service at Gateway Park.



August 1, 2018
Take your dog dock diving this summer!



August 1, 2018
This time of year, the blackberry is everywhere, and it’s an all-sensory affair.



August 1, 2018
Nationwide, ticks and tick-borne diseases are on the rise, and the Key Peninsula is no exception.



August 1, 2018
The Red Barn will soon have a much-improved kitchen.



August 1, 2018
The remainder of the summer is shaping up well for KP fishing enthusiasts.


Lisa Bryan
August 1, 2018
It’s August - time to kick back in the hammock or slide into a comfortable Adirondack chair to relax and take it all in.



August 1, 2018
A marvel of crows.



August 1, 2018
Self-care for your life.