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Your Stories: The KP Takes on Coronavirus, Continued

A year ago, readers gave us their thoughts about COVID-19. This month, we asked some of the same readers how the pandemic has affected their lives.
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For environmentalists, the decision represented a victory. For shellfish farmers, it spelled potential disaster.
What does it take to become an Eagle Scout? Between earning at least 21 merit badges and demonstrating scout spirit and leadership within the troop, the journey can take up to six years to …
A group of KP residents have organized online to deal with roadway trash on the Key Peninsula. The first “Key Pen It Clean” event was started by Sierra Fairley in mid-December 2020. …
The current headquarters located in Key Center is unmanned as it lacks overnight facilities. Training exercises regularly take place as people drive through the parking lot where Moffett cited both space and safety as concerns.
Peninsula Community Health Services has leased office space off the Key Peninsula Highway in the building formerly occupied by Art Beads.
Look here for local, state and federal websites and phone numbers to get the information you need about housing, food, financial assistance, medical care and testing.

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Here's What I Think About That
I could hear this morning arrive before opening my eyes. A solo American robin performed his clear, full-throated first call that pierced the dark silence in the seconds before sunrise. A song …
Letters to the Editor
One Year Later

Thank you for the wonderful tribute to Ted and Joanna Ralston (“A Song for Ted and Joanna,” July 2020). Not a day goes by when I don’t think about them. I think …

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