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December 1, 2005
Gig Harbor couple buy historic Key Center Trading Post, plan to renovate and make big changes to the building.



December 1, 2005
L’il Beach Hut owners test mobile fast food concept before considering full-scale diner in Home.



December 1, 2005
The Key Peninsula News monthly spotlight features Citizens Against Crime veteran volunteer Anna White.



December 1, 2005
Habitat for Humanity helps the environment while helping families in need.


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December 1, 2005
A youth council organized under the umbrella of the KP Community Council launches first project: a youth needs survey.


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December 1, 2005
A local family’s popular fresh produce and flower stand serves as fundraiser for international missions.



December 1, 2005
Pierce County continues struggling with animal welfare issues as animal control duties shift to the sheriff’s office from Humane Society.



December 1, 2005
Regulations affecting development on shoreline properties in Pierce County could be in effect as early as March 2006.


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December 1, 2005
December 2005 Holiday Guide insert


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December 1, 2005
December 2005 full issue


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November 1, 2005
If a major disaster hits the Key Peninsula area, residents are likely to find themselves in a similar situation as the Hurricane Katrina survivors: with limited or no help for many days.


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November 1, 2005
A Key Peninsula family offers door-to-door airport shuttle service as a worry-free convenience.


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November 1, 2005
New owners of the Longbranch Mercantile building run into challenges, ponder new options.


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November 1, 2005
The November 2005 Fire District 16 commissioner election has had higher interest than in the past few elections.



November 1, 2005
A new Community Service Officer hired by the Peninsula Detachment will serve as a resource a liaison for citizens.


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November 1, 2005
Citizen tips help the sheriff’s Peninsula Detachment investigate crime activities, and thanks to Safe Streets, residents can report tips without fear of retaliation.



November 1, 2005
Key Pen’s Homeport Restaurant, local “extras” get spotlight in an independent film that is vying for a spot at Sundance and other festivals.


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November 1, 2005
November 2005 full issue


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November 1, 2005
A special assembly to kick-off KPMS’ second year as a NASA Explorer school is attended by state, NASA and local dignitaries and community leaders.


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October 1, 2005
October 2005 Autumn Guide insert