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Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
Good dental health remains a keystone to anyone’s overall health.


Steve Whitford
November 2, 2015
It happened again. Even the ravens know October is scarecrow month on the peninsula.


Hugh McMillan
November 2, 2015
The 20th annual Peninsula Schools Education Foundation fundraising breakfast at Canterwood Golf and Country Club in October added, for the first time ever, a luncheon.

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Sara Thompson
November 2, 2015
All seven candidates running for Peninsula School Board recently gathered at Goodman Middle School to meet with voters


Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
For Jillian Petersen, life has almost always been about competitive sports.


Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
Parents and visitors who want to enter any elementary school in the Peninsula School District (PSD) need to learn a whole new system for getting into the building.


Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
It’s no secret that drugs and alcohol are big concerns on the Key Peninsula.


Scott Turner
November 2, 2015
After being in operation for more than a year, the Red Barn Youth Center in Key Center needs to expand its space.

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Rick Sorrels
November 2, 2015
There are two initiatives and four advisory issues on the Nov. 3 general election ballot for Washington state, but no elective offices.

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Rick Sorrels
November 2, 2015
Bruce Cook has only lived in Lakebay for three years, but he is already running for public office.

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Rick Sorrels
November 2, 2015
On Oct. 8, a Pierce County Superior Court jury found Lakebay resident William Jason Grisso, 42, guilty of murder in the first degree.

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Rick Sorrels
November 2, 2015
There is one referendum on the Nov. 3 general election ballot for Pierce County, along with elective office for candidates for the charter review commission, Port of Tacoma, Peninsula School District board of directors, fire commissioners and park commissioners.

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Staff Report
November 2, 2015
The Key Peninsula Historical Society (KPHS) and current owners of the former Vaughn Library Hall are pursuing possible preservation of one of the last remaining pre-1900 buildings on the Key Peninsula.