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Sara Thompson
May 28, 2015
If ever there were a place with pride in its schools, it is the Key Peninsula.

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Sara Thompson
May 28, 2015
“Can you think of anything better than to have our children tell our history?” asks Connie Hildahl, of the Longbranch Improvement Club (LIC).


Irene Torres
May 28, 2015
Lake Holiday artist Raphael Murrell describes himself as “the Black Dale Chihuly.”


Irene Torres
May 28, 2015
Ollala resident Dianne Gardner’s screenplay of “Cassandra’s Castle” came in as a semifinalist out of 2,400 entries in a film festival.

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Irene Torres
May 28, 2015
WayPoint Church is offering “LIFT 2015,” a weeklong summer camp between June 22 and 27 for youth ages 12 to 18.

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Rick Sorrels
May 28, 2015
The filing period ended on May 15 for candidates running for public office on the August primary and November general election ballots.

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Rick Sorrels
May 28, 2015
Seventeen-year-old Chanel Mortimer surprised her parents and others with her decision that, instead of presents for her March 17 birthday, that guests and relatives instead provide cash or food donation for food banks.


Hugh McMillan
May 27, 2015
Last month’s Two Waters Arts Alliance’s Spring Fling was a wonderland of artists, their art, complete with live demonstrations by many, making hands-on craft-creations for children.

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Staff Report
May 19, 2015
Brandy Ellzey recently announced that KeyFest has been cancelled for 2015 due to a lack of sponsorship funding.

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Staff Report
May 12, 2015
Memorial Day veterans' ceremony schedule

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Rick Sorrels
May 10, 2015
Prospective candidates for the August Primary and November General election in 2015 must file for the specific office during the week of May 11 through May 15.

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Rick Sorrels
May 10, 2015
There are new hours of operation for the KP Bischoff Food Bank, located at 1916 Key Pen Hwy North, across from the Home fire station.

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Rick Sorrels
May 10, 2015
An “artifact day,” where archaeologists from the Burke Museum and Statistical Research Inc. (SRI) identified ancient bones, tools and other very old stuff brought in by local residents, was held at the Key Center Library on March 21.