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Former Vaughn Union/PHS teacher turns 105
Written by Colleen Slater"I’ve lived all over the place," said Dorothy Lusby several years ago. She loved to travel and made many trips across the globe. Born in Biggsville, Illinois, in 1911, Lusby graduated from Monmouth College and her first teaching job was near her home in Fulton.Read more...
Marnie Farmer’s opens doors with vintage and handmade goods
Written by Irene TorresThere is no more "Makin’ Bacon" at the corner of 134th Avenue and the Key Peninsula Highway, where Marnie Kirk has reopened her vintage and handmade home decor store, "Marnie Farmer’s." Kirk was finally realizing her childhood dream to have her own shop at its original location across from Charboneau at Brookside on SR-302, when another tenant leased that site and she had to move. She spent two years looking…Read more...
Opening Day marks the return of youth baseball
Written by Matthew DeanYoung athletes and their families turned out in droves March 19 for the annual festivities surrounding Key Peninsula Little League's (KPLL) Opening Day Jamboree. While early weather reports indicated rain, that didn’t stop parents and children from packing Volunteer Park to celebrate the beginning of a new season. Luckily for players and spectators alike, the showers tapered off.Read more...
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Parks Appreciation Day: a great way to invest in your community
Written by Scott GallacherKey Pen Parks staff and supporters have an extra spring in our steps as we look forward to some exciting times in 2016. Funds awarded to the parks in 2015 mean we are able to move forward with some long-anticipated modifications to the vibrant Volunteer Park and the birth of a brand-new recreation destination: Gateway Park.Read more...
Local teens arrested for alleged sexual assault
Written by Ted OlingerThree Key Peninsula males aged 13, 14 and 17 were arrested March 17 for their roles in an alleged violent sexual assault on a 15-year-old girl at her Lakebay residence March 14. A 20-year-old man police believe was present during the alleged assault was arrested on an outstanding Mason County warrant for first-degree child rape, but was not charged in connection with the Lakebay assault at the time this report…Read more...
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