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May 1, 2018
Evergreen Elementary students meet farm animals; a magnolia tree in bloom; sea lions enjoying the scenery and more.



May 1, 2018
Renowned architect Jim Olson has deep connections to Longbranch.



May 1, 2018
360 Trails is a favorite spot for horses and their riders in addition to hikers and mountain bikers.



May 1, 2018
The forests and beaches of the Key Peninsula can provide an abundance of food.



May 1, 2018
DK Property Management celebrated their grand opening on April 14th.



May 1, 2018
Working from home on the KP.



May 1, 2018
There are a few things we can do as individuals to improve safety on our highways. We all need to drive—let’s do it as safely as we can.



May 1, 2018
Dee Dee Kerkes received the 34th annual Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year award from the Lions Club.



May 1, 2018
Born Sept. 12, 1956, in Bremerton, Kurt Frender died March 25, 2018.



May 1, 2018
Lacey Renae Foy, 8, of Lakebay, had a zest for life that touched her community, school, church and loved ones.



May 1, 2018
Rediscovering Bremerton.



May 1, 2018
Migratory birds and the law.



May 1, 2018
Lake Kathryn Village Mall will soon be doubling its retail capacity.



May 1, 2018
A resplendent varied thrush, a magnolia tree in bloom, sea lions resting on a buoy and much more.



May 1, 2018
Blend Wine Shop is the place where newcomers can meet the locals over a glass of wine.



May 1, 2018
When a person's word was enough.



May 1, 2018
Jim Watts knows mason bees and he knows what they like.



May 1, 2018
Are you an ultracrepidarianist?



May 1, 2018
Here’s your chance to tell the world what you think is the best of summer on the KP!



May 1, 2018
Angela Cox recently became the new director at Camp Stand By Me.