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December 30, 2019
Sound View Camp plans to log a number of trees on 60 of its 92 acres.


Lisa Bryan
December 6, 2019
The heartwarming miracle of the holidays lies in the power of sharing.



December 6, 2019
Meeting the real Santa.



December 6, 2019
Lessons learned.



December 6, 2019
Dusting memories.



December 6, 2019
Being light in darkness.



December 6, 2019
Mary Watson died Oct. 22 at her home on Rocky Creek on the Key Peninsula.



December 6, 2019
From record-breaking snow to record-setting basketball, it was a memorable year.



December 6, 2019
Anna Brones' distinctive papercuts became part of culinary history in November.



December 6, 2019
Toland and Notkin talk about their work and about what it is like for two busy artists to share a life.



December 6, 2019
Randy Babich has been fishing Puget Sound and southeast Alaska for 54 years.



December 6, 2019
Retiring Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor plans to contribute his expertise on the national level.



December 6, 2019
KPFD has partnered with the school district to include fire prevention and life safety.



December 6, 2019
Key Peninsula residents participated in the Nov. 5 election in high numbers.



December 6, 2019
A forgotten Swiss immigrant farmer was the first settler on Herron Island.



December 6, 2019
State Route 302 construction on schedule, although no relief is on the horizon for drivers.



December 6, 2019
A recipe for a treat you'll probably be expected to deliver forever.



December 6, 2019
Aging infrastructure is maxed out in KP neighborhoods, with waiting lists for high speed internet service — or service of any kind.



December 6, 2019
All district students will be eligible to attend the new magnet school in Gig Harbor next fall.



December 6, 2019
A visit with Santa, a pileated woodpecker posing, students helping the food bank and more.