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June 1, 2007
Children’s book author Keith Baker visited Evergreen Elementary School.



June 1, 2007
Claudia and Dale Loy celebrate the 25th anniversary of their business.



June 1, 2007
The Volunteer Literacy Program at TCC's Gig Harbor campus has provided literacy and basic skills education since 1989.



June 1, 2007
The Washington State Renaissance Faire is moving to Belfair from the Wauna site off SR 302.



June 1, 2007
The methods, locations, and potential environmental concerns surrounding geoduck aquaculture in the Puget Sound region have finally come under public scrutiny.



June 1, 2007
The IMPact Key Peninsula organization held its annual fundraising luncheon on May 10.



June 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula has a high number of alcohol-related auto collisions:



June 1, 2007
Fire District No. 16 Commissioners James Bosch and Allan Yanity are the subjects of much public scrutiny these days.



June 1, 2007
Music from the PHS Jazz band entertained hundreds of guests at the official groundbreaking ceremony for St. Anthony’s Hospital.


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May 1, 2007
A common-sense checklist for getting your boat ready to sail — or motor — after a winter off the water.



May 1, 2007
Chere’ Stebbins and her husband, Corky, opened “A OK Nursery and Garden” on April 1.



May 1, 2007
PHS senior James Washington dedicated his senior project efforts to a dinner auction in support of CIP.



May 1, 2007
Longbranch resident Olivia Konicek has been named a 2007 Student of Distinction.



May 1, 2007
KPMS seventh grader Sam Shake will serve as a People to People sports ambassador in Holland.



May 1, 2007
A new youth center called the Red Barn, located in Key Center, is scheduled to open its doors this fall.



May 1, 2007
The clearing of a parcel off Key Pen Highway caused residents to question the ongoing development.



May 1, 2007
Gig Harbor eco-event part of national campaign.



May 1, 2007
KPFD firefighter/EMT volunteer Chance Gowerwill be part of a group that will travel to Uganda to deliver computers for the country’s education system.



May 1, 2007
It took a local group of citizens more than two years to put together a 20-year community plan for the Key Peninsula.