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December 1, 2006
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December 1, 2006
The Horseshoe Lake Auto Wrecking yard is on the state’s list of hazardous sites, ranked as highest risk.



December 1, 2006
The Two Waters Arts Alliance wraps up another successful year with plans for more programs and events in 2007.


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December 1, 2006
Key Peninsula apparently low crime rates are positively impacted by the work of organized crime watch groups—but low reporting by residents skews statistics, impacting funding to the local sheriff’s detachment.



December 1, 2006
Dean Johnson has a soft spot in his heart for injured animals—and follows his passion to a falconer apprenticeship.



December 1, 2006
Digital photography students from Key Peninsula Middle School will have their work featured at the Gig Harbor Civic Center.



December 1, 2006
Homeowners’ association members are organizing a fight against “meth houses” in their community—and winning.



December 1, 2006
A Gig Harbor business raises money for IMPact Safe House, which is actively seeking a bigger facility.


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December 1, 2006
A new installment in the series looks at the organized opposition to geoduck farms on the Key Peninsula.


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December 1, 2006
Work on a skateboard park at Volunteer Park moves forward thanks to county funding; plans for a bigger facility at the 360-acre pending park still remain.



December 1, 2006
A Citizens Advisory Committee will soon make recommendations for the toll system on the new Tacoma Narrows Bridge.



December 1, 2006
Last year of the KPMS/NASA partnership brings unique opportunities to teachers and students.


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December 1, 2006
A six-hour meeting will take public input into Key Peninsula’s commercial design standards.



November 1, 2006
All Key Peninsula schools show improvement in some areas of the state standardized test.


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November 1, 2006
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November 1, 2006
The fourth article in the series exploring issues related to geoduck farming looks at some of the environmental concerns brought by this growing industry.



November 1, 2006
A historic landmark that has greeted visitors to the Key Peninsula for decades has been demolished, following years of controversy.


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November 1, 2006
A local couple and their teenage son help people with their athletic endeavors at a newly opened Gig Harbor business.



November 1, 2006
An ex-Kenya orphan shares his story of desperation and hope—and how local residents are making a difference—with a small Key Pen group.



November 1, 2006
Russ Schillinger’s roots started on a farm in Victor, where he continues to live today with his wife, Patti.