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July 1, 2006
State fair commissioners will visit the Volunteer Park grounds this year to see if the Key Peninsula Community Fair qualifies for official fair status recognition by the state.



July 1, 2006
Most of the Key Peninsula areas allow for legal shooting activities, but no so in neighboring Gig Harbor.



July 1, 2006
Dan Mazur talks about his experience saving Australian climber Lincoln Hall, and why he stopped to help when so many other climbers did not or would not.


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July 1, 2006
Members of the creation committee for the KP Metro Parks District tell commissioners they would try to recall them if they don’t rescind a resolution authorizing per diem


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June 1, 2006
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June 1, 2006
The story of a special bond between Dottie and George has traveled far beyond the Key Peninsula.



June 1, 2006
The Civic Center’s first fashion show follows a longtime vision for local business owner and community volunteer Claudia Loy.



June 1, 2006
Two months after its creation the KP Metropolitan Park District finds its resources inadequate for growing.



June 1, 2006
The KP News Unsung Hero series features the work of Vaughn Elementary music teacher Mary Farr.


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June 1, 2006
Key Pen’s middle school corresponded Kristie Byrd takes a look at a popular Internet phenomenon.



June 1, 2006
The KP News visits with Chief Tom Lique after a few months in his new post to find out about his future goals.


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June 1, 2006
Court ruling agrees with Pierce County that the owner of a Mayo Cove herring pen does not have the legal right to operate.


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June 1, 2006
Law enforcement officials have been searching for an alleged abductor suspected to be a local resident.



June 1, 2006
Lakebay Roofing owner Tom Rolfzen may soon be ready to turn the business over to the second generation--his daughter.


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June 1, 2006
KPMPD commissioners vote to give themselves the option to claim per diem compensation.


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May 1, 2006
May 2006 full issue



May 1, 2006
Artist Laura Mosely lands on the Key Peninsula after traveling the world.


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May 1, 2006
In his column, KP News writer William Dietz takes a look at the recent discovery of two dozen pit bulls on a KP vacant lot.



May 1, 2006
A small team of contractors will contribute funding and volunteer work to a sanitation project in an African village.



May 1, 2006
Despite a short notice about the winery’s opening day, owners Claude and Claudia Gahard get an unexpected flux of visitors.