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August 1, 2005
A group of Peninsula High School students gathers forces to bring awareness of methamphetamine addiction.



August 1, 2005
A local grandmother celebrates her 62nd birthday by fulfilling her lifelong dream of skydiving.



August 1, 2005
A series of projects by the South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group will replace culverts that block fish migration on Minter Creek.



August 1, 2005
The owner of a herring pen in Mayo Cove may soon be asked to shut down operations, much to the relief of nearby residents.



August 1, 2005
The annual Key Peninsula Community Fair will have food, carnival rides, chainsaw carvers’ demonstrations, lots of music and other fun for the young and old.


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July 1, 2005
A group, in its organizational stage, hopes to address problems created by rentals by educating the landlords and networking.



July 1, 2005
Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on two houses on the Key Peninsula, where two families will help build their future homes.



July 1, 2005
Artbeads.com plans to move from Gig Harbor to the building previously owned by Storage Tech LLC; job expansion seen in the future.


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July 1, 2005
Economic development would bring more jobs to local residents, yet alter the community character. A community group is searching for the right mix.



July 1, 2005
A Vaughn resident joins a nationwide group volunteering time for mercy flights.



July 1, 2005
Sunnycrest Nursery’s garden spotlights Key Pen and wows the crowd at the first Point Defiance Flower and Garden Show.



July 1, 2005
Two women buy the business as a way to give jobs to local teens, and expand their principle into community service.


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July 1, 2005
Another installment in a series of articles takes a look back at the discussion between county and Tacoma Power about making 144th Street a public road.



July 1, 2005
Seven director positions, from all districts, are up for elections in September; candidates are being sought.


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June 1, 2005
Key Pen resident Claude Gahard brings sophisticated tastes from his native France to his new Trillium Creek Winery, which he operates on the KP with his wife, Claudia.



June 1, 2005
The granddaughter of Key Peninsula homesteaders recalls memories of growing up on a farm in the 1930s.



June 1, 2005
Allyn celebrates the grand opening of a new park, which includes a kayak launch and sandy beach.


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June 1, 2005
June 2005 Summer Guide insert