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August 1, 2018
Summer refresher.



August 1, 2018
Tacoma Power is replacing the electric towers at the Purdy Spit with a single steel pole.



August 1, 2018
Vashon meanderings.



August 1, 2018
When you see someone from the fire department, please reach out and thank them for what they do.



August 1, 2018
Pierce County voters will vote on a levy to restore the library's full funding on the Nov. 6, 2018 ballot.



August 1, 2018
YMCA Camp Seymour faces neighborhood opposition to a 60-foot-tall water tower.



August 1, 2018
Paul Stanley Froode died July 10, 2018 with his family by his side.



August 1, 2018
Lawrence "Lorry" Jopp died peacefully July 8, 2018, at St. Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor with his family at his side.



August 1, 2018
The KP Logging Show and Festival celebrates 31 years on Aug. 18 at Gateway Park.


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August 1, 2018
August 2018 full issue.



August 1, 2018
Pirates at the Home Parade, Vaughn Elementary students singing at Aisle of Honor, orca sightings and more.



July 1, 2018
The Peninsula School Board voted to accept Superintendent Robert Manahan’s resignation May 31.



July 1, 2018
Senator Jan Angel will not be running for re-election and will retire at the end of her term in January 2019.



July 1, 2018
KP churches will gather together for an open-air service at Gateway Park on July 15.



July 1, 2018
Grandparents on the KP who find themselves caring for their grandchildren need not feel alone.



July 1, 2018
The sound of airplanes overhead can be an unexpected jolt.



July 1, 2018
A new flag pole was erected at the Longbranch cemetery just before Memorial Day.



July 1, 2018
A look at the rules surrounding gun use on the KP.



July 1, 2018
George Robison has been active with the KP Chapter of the Lions Club.



July 1, 2018
Farmers on the Key Peninsula now have a person to turn to for assistance when needed.