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Lisa Bryan
July 1, 2019
Summer delivers opportunities to engage with your neighbors - and with candidates running in local elections.



July 1, 2019
A finger-licking recipe for spinach and cheese balls.


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July 1, 2019
July 2019 full issue.



July 1, 2019
The theory of corpulent polarity.



July 1, 2019
Drop, cover, hold.



July 1, 2019
Shifting sand.



July 1, 2019
Lessons I'm learning from Silas.



July 1, 2019
Nature on display: a moth, a river otter, a great blue heron and more.



July 1, 2019
Donald Wayne Mills died peacefully at his fifth-generation family home on June 4.



July 1, 2019
Dorothy Bouvia Lusby died June 3 in Midland, Washington.



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.



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.