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February 1, 2006
Five property owners who use Powerline Road as their only access sue Tacoma Power, Pierce County for use of the road.



February 1, 2006
One retiree’s plans for a dream home are put on hold after numerous problems are encountered during construction.


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February 1, 2006
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February 1, 2006
The Key Peninsula Community Planning Board looks at the big picture of local transportation.



February 1, 2006
Four Key Peninsula churches welcome new religious leaders to guide their congregations.



February 1, 2006
Evergreen Elementary School special education teacher Susan Henderson helps struggling students focus on positive achievements.



February 1, 2006
Veteran social workers Jud Morris hopes to get community more involved, change the way KPFRC serves clients.


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January 1, 2006
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January 1, 2006
Two Key Pen teachers create successful business in their spare time.


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January 1, 2006
After two hit-and-run accidents damage Serenity Salon on 118th Street, the property owner tries to get help from transportation officials.


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January 1, 2006
The Key Pen’s newest diner is celebrating one year in business--but it’s been an uphill battle, according to its owner.



January 1, 2006
Peninsula High School graduate Maudie Lucas returns to a place she loves, opens a private counseling center.



January 1, 2006
A KP News correspondent from the Key Peninsula Middle School writes about a classmate’s preparations for a long-term trip to Mexico.


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January 1, 2006
The KP News editor is recognized with a media awareness award by the Pierce County Traffic Safety and DUI Task Force.



January 1, 2006
Key Pen fair’s new director is making a handful of changes, big and small, to make the local community fair more successful.



January 1, 2006
They braved rain, windstorms and sleet to deliver cheer and candy canes to Key Pen residents of all ages, but this year Fred and Mary Ramsdell visited the neighborhoods for the last time.