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October 1, 2007
Rumors and protest letters from neighbors have been flying for over a year regarding a large tract of land at Devil’s Head.



October 1, 2007
Huckleberry Inn owner Martha Swanson sold her restaurant to Pablo and Cathy de la Cruz, owners of El Sombrero in Port Orchard.



October 1, 2007
Key Peninsula resident Paula Vander Poel is the new executive director at Peninsula Youth Orchestra Association.



October 1, 2007
A young Tacoma woman was the victim of a drowning accident Labor Day weekend at Palmer Lake.



October 1, 2007
Bill Macaras, beloved scoutmaster of KP Boy Scout Troop 220, stepped down in September after 11 years.



October 1, 2007
Flavor of Fall will raise funds for stage renovation, curtains, and lighting for theatrical productions under the auspices of Two Waters Arts Alliance.



October 1, 2007
A group of volunteers achieved a miraculous makeover of Sue Gorman’s home in two days.


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September 1, 2007
September 2007 full issue



September 1, 2007
One of Key Peninsula’s newest home-based businesses is Embrace Art Enterprises, LLC, the brainchild of its president, Lynelle Scheid-Kearney.



September 1, 2007
Wendy Halvorsen's mission helps change the way children, on the opposite side of the globe, live each day.



September 1, 2007
There are many opportunities for food assistance and free meals on the Key Peninsula.



September 1, 2007
Citizen participants at Pierce County Fire District 16 Board of Commissioners meetings have been consistently requesting minutes to be an all-inclusive record of proceedings.



September 1, 2007
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) began the first phase of its $5 million environmental study of State Route 302 in July.



September 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula world of business is on the move.



September 1, 2007
The Pierce County Council voted nearly unanimously to reject interim aquaculture and dock/pier regulations (Ordinance No. 2007-34s) on Aug. 7.



September 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District hopes to acquire a 39-acre property, located at the head of Taylor Bay, that would be used for a passive recreation park.


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August 1, 2007
August 2007 full issue (no page 13)



August 1, 2007
Volunteers support fire fighters behind scenes.



August 1, 2007
Fourth grade at Vaughn Elementary was more than reading, writing, and arithmetic for Bailey Sullivan.



August 1, 2007
It is almost time for the 10th annual Washington Renaissance Fantasy Faire.