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June 1, 2018
The three hardest words.



June 1, 2018
Too little respect.



June 1, 2018
School bond.



June 1, 2018
The Key Peninsula population is growing, as anyone driving on the Purdy Spit during the morning or evening rush hour can attest.



June 1, 2018
The transition to the new address system on the KP was not without problems.



June 1, 2018
The positive vote at the April Peninsula School District bond election fell 1.1 percent short of the 60 percent supermajority required.


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June 1, 2018
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June 1, 2018
Edie Morgan stepped down as executive director of The Mustard Seed Project and went into retirement effective May 14.



June 1, 2018
A new postmaster in Lakebay, podium at the state track and field meet and more.



June 1, 2018
Born Jan. 9, 2018, Kent Andrew McPherson died in his mother’s arms May 14, 2018.



June 1, 2018
KP Fire District Chief Guy Allen is retiring after 39 years in the fire service.



June 1, 2018
KP transportation projects underway by the Department of Planning and Public Works.



June 1, 2018
Area public schools hosted a food drive to help stock the shelves of local food banks during the last week of April.



June 1, 2018
KPCCA marketing and facilities coordinator Patty Ghiossi plans to retire Aug. 1.



June 1, 2018
Graduation from elementary school marks a major life change for 11-year-olds.



June 1, 2018
Max A. Marlow, 75, a longtime resident of Vaughn, died April 24, 2018.



June 1, 2018
Across the country certified therapy dogs are headed to school with their handlers as volunteer tutors.



June 1, 2018
Abandoned and derelict boats are a growing problem in local waters.



June 1, 2018
Cathy Williams of Home performed at Carnegie Hall as part of the South Sound Classical Choir.



June 1, 2018
Frank and Linda Grubaugh's farm is home to several goats - and their kids.