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June 1, 2019
Please look at the facts and I think you will support HRC.



June 1, 2019
Good, reasonable people can disagree. Given its size, scope and use, we simply don’t believe the HRC belongs where it’s being proposed.



June 1, 2019
Not everyone is happy with DNR's restoration plan for Whiteman Cove.



June 1, 2019
Elementary school No. 10 will be the first themed magnet school in the Peninsula School District.



June 1, 2019
Population growth in the Puget Sound region could affect the KP.



June 1, 2019
The Key Peninsula Civic Center can now offer refuge as a daytime warming or cooling station.


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June 1, 2019
June 2019 full issue.



June 1, 2019
The opening day regatta at Longbranch marina, a visit by Seahawks mascot Blitz, Daffodil Princesses at the library and more.



May 1, 2019
Authorities descended on the historic facility in April after code violations, numerous boat sinkings and years of complaints by neighbors.



May 1, 2019
Cory Mason, 28, was released from Pierce County jail April 1 after nearly 14 months awaiting trial for two counts of second-degree murder.



May 1, 2019
A look at what the Key Peninsula is doing to care for some of the homeless living here.



May 1, 2019
Forty-nine homeless were counted and volunteers suspect they missed up to another 100.



May 1, 2019
Teams and participants from the Key Peninsula earned top awards at the Gig Harbor Film Festival's 72 Hour Film Competition.



May 1, 2019
Delano Bay was home to a historic resort for many decades.



May 1, 2019
Fifth-grader Perla Torres-Alcantar took home the Healthiest Choice prize with her recipe for Calabazas con Queso.



May 1, 2019
The volunteer executive director of Food Backpacks 4 Kids has been helping children on the KP and beyond for decades.



May 1, 2019
Seventh-grader Genevieve Downen earned the American Vaulting Association National Bronze for her first-place bronze highpoint score in 2018.



May 1, 2019
A spring sunrise, an Easter egg hunt winner, volunteers at work restoring the Vaughn Library Hall and more.



May 1, 2019
Someone needs to counter the misinformation being spread around the community.



May 1, 2019
The KP Beekeepers is now classified as a nonprofit organization.