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July 1, 2019
Randolph James Viers died Dec. 10, 2018, at Hospice House in Tacoma.



July 1, 2019
Children’s Home Society of Washington has stepped in to keep youth summer programs open.



July 1, 2019
This August, KP voters will have the choice to make the fire district’s emergency medical services levy permanent.



July 1, 2019
The Pierce County Hearing Examiner rules that the classification of HRC as a cultural center was flawed.



July 1, 2019
Tell us how we're doing in a quick, easy online reader survey.



June 1, 2019
Pat Thompson’s expansive garden is a metaphor for his life.



June 1, 2019
The KP now has its own mountain biking team.



June 1, 2019
Foxglove Farm in Longbranch is a new and growing source for produce, eggs and fiber.



June 1, 2019
The Miller family has run the popular youth skate night for two decades.



June 1, 2019
A sold-out crowd packed the KP Civic Center for its comedy night fundraiser on April 20.



June 1, 2019
A project to build duplexes for seniors is moving forward in the permitting process.



June 1, 2019
The Gig Harbor and KP Suicide Prevention Coalition installed 24 suicide prevention signs on the Narrows Bridge in March.



June 1, 2019
The danger of fire on the Key Peninsula is very real.



June 1, 2019
Wet or dry, brining meat, especially poultry and pork, not only seasons but also tenderizes it.



June 1, 2019
A look at funding for KP projects in the state 2019-21 budget.


Lisa Bryan
June 1, 2019
Be proud of who you are and what you contribute to making life good here.



June 1, 2019
Dollar dancing.



June 1, 2019
Civil Civics.



June 1, 2019
Responding to mental illness..



June 1, 2019
Be the one who helps.