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May 1, 2006
Tenth-graders are the first class in Washington history required to pass the WASL to graduate from high school. This is the second of a two-part series on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning.



May 1, 2006
Major building fires in Purdy and Vaughn keep firefighters busy in April.



May 1, 2006
KPCS elects new board members, looks at improving services.



May 1, 2006
Parents and community members get the opportunity to ask school district and law enforcement officials questions regarding an alleged violent plot at KPMS.



May 1, 2006
For several months, the Key Peninsula kept a secret from a well-known reporter and volunteer about a party dedicated to his contributions.


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April 1, 2006
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April 1, 2006
Young poet Dennis Baze celebrates the success of his first book, looks forward to a second book due in print soon.



April 1, 2006
A local craftsman uses wood skills, love for pool to create a unique business catering to other game aficionados.



April 1, 2006
Key Peninsula native Kevin Canavan builds a successful business to suit the local community’s needs.



April 1, 2006
A longtime Key Peninsula resident is selected as the new school district superintendent.



April 1, 2006
April hosts two environmentally friendly events--Arbor Day and Earth Day--and Key Pen residents are invited to participate.


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April 1, 2006
The KP Metropolitan Park District may acquire the Purdy Spit Park, pending the demolition of the historic Wauna post office building.



April 1, 2006
In a two-article series, the Key Peninsula News looks at the Washington Assessment of Student Learning picture in Key Pen schools. Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series on Washington Assessment of Student Learning.



April 1, 2006
Fire District 16 acquires its first water-response craft through a free transfer process.


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March 1, 2006
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March 1, 2006
Chuck Kraft, aka The Sign Man, mingles artistry with design skill to create unique, attractive business signs.



March 1, 2006
Key Peninsula Middle School teacher David Tarabochia, a Peninsula School District graduate himself, retires after a 30-year teaching career.


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March 1, 2006
Although the Key Peninsula does not have any major salt water intrusion issues, as population grows and development continue, the concern will increase.


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March 1, 2006
Logging has long been a concern for Key Peninsula residents; a March workshop will address issues of what is legal under county and state laws.



March 1, 2006
As Terry Lee tells the Key Peninsula News he plans to announce in a few weeks his bid for reelection, the KPNews went out into the community to find out his impact on the local area.