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Staff Report
October 5, 2015
The flu season is approaching, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the single best way to protect against the flu is to get vaccinated each year.

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Staff Report
October 5, 2015
Get ready for sneaky schemes, spooky silliness and spellbinding sweets at Key Pen Parks seventh-annual All Hallows Eve Celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, at Volunteer Park.

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Staff Report
October 5, 2015
Ready, set, prepare. If you don’t prepare for a disaster you are preparing to be a disaster victim.

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Jessica Takehara
September 2, 2015
The 2015/ ’16 school year at Minter Creek Elementary will begin with all the usual exciting moments: making new friends, and getting to know a new teacher.

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Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
With its rural setting and open acreage, the Key Peninsula is a natural for those looking to live the life of a farmer.


Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Local seniors get together every Thursday for games, food and good company.


Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Key Peninsula Community Services (KPCS) volunteers labored day and night to make sure this year’s Aug. 15 KP Logging Show exceeded all expectations.


Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Local artists and art lovers strolled through Key Center enjoying many colorful creations during the first Key Center Art Walk.


Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Seats were filled and some took to dancing on the parquet as the Coyote Hill Bluegrass band electrified the crowd, with sound waves reverberating inside and out the landmark Longbranch Improvement Club, on July 25.

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Karen Lovett
September 2, 2015
Customers are rolling up in increasing numbers at the new Peninsula Perk coffee stand in Purdy.

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Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
People with medical needs — or even someone with a medical question — will now have an easier time getting those needs met and questions answered.


Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
Friends of Key Peninsula Fire District 16 may be small in number — right now it consists of Bill and Petty Taylor — but their goal is lofty: to raise upward of $30,000 to purchase new defibrillators.


Scott Turner
September 2, 2015
Sometimes, a tragedy brings out the best in the community.