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May 1, 2007
Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District commissioners have mentioned the need for more funding over the past year.



May 1, 2007
How one family puts limitation in its place.



May 1, 2007
The April 24 meeting of the FD 16 Board of Commissioners came to an abrupt end when Commissioners Al Yanity and Jim Bosch got into a physical altercation.



May 1, 2007
The Whitmore Room of the Civic Center was filled to standing room only at the recent geoduck forum with the state Department of Health.


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April 1, 2007
April 2007 full issue


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April 1, 2007
The Key Pen News has joined forces with the Key Peninsula Community Council and Shellfish Partners to sponsor a gathering at which Key Pen residents can learn more about the issues surrounding geoduck aquaculture on public and private tidelands.


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April 1, 2007
The Pierce County Planning Commission begins review of the plan at a work session on April 24.



April 1, 2007
In a near deadly car versus ambulance collision in the early morning hours of March 11, two EMT volunteers from Key Peninsula’s Fire District 16 and a staff paramedic were injured while transporting a Lakebay resident to a hospital.



April 1, 2007
A conversation with Randy Viers, program director for Olalla Recovery Centers.



April 1, 2007
Three million players worldwide and nearly a million adult volunteers make up the Little League International.



April 1, 2007
Jody Stark and Tara Frode are celebrating eight years in business this April as co-owners of Ravensara Espresso.



April 1, 2007
Phil Bauer selected 2006 Citizen of the Year.



April 1, 2007
Denise and Michael Hays envision the new mercantile as a destination both for boaters mooring at the marina, and for local residents.



April 1, 2007
Kerry Jamieson’s roots reach back four and five generations.



April 1, 2007
Patty Van Valkenburg has a satisfying dilemma at the Vaughn Elementary School library.



April 1, 2007
The senior population on the Key Peninsula, whether they call themselves seniors, mature citizens, old-timers, or ignore such titles, are numerous and busy.


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April 1, 2007
Senior housing on the Key Peninsula could soon become reality.



April 1, 2007
The Livable Community Fair returns to the Key Peninsula on Saturday, May 12.



April 1, 2007
Key Pen youngsters will have the opportunity to try out their skateboards by the end of summer at a brand new, local skate park.


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April 1, 2007
The likelihood of the Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park’s acquisition of a 350-acre Department of Natural Resources parcel for a park is still uncertain.