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February 1, 2007
A USGS buoy moored installed recently in Filucy Bay is one of nine around Puget Sound waters.



February 1, 2007
State Rep. Pat Lantz takes the battle for geoduck regulation, environmental concerns, to the Legislature.



February 1, 2007
A local family takes advantage of a rare occurrence on Vaughn Bay - ice - to create an adventure.



February 1, 2007
Derek Kilmer, seen as a rising star in the Democratic Party, raised nearly half a million dollars to secure his Senate seat, a third of the average campaign funding for state legislative seats.



February 1, 2007
The state is in the process to reclassify the east side of Case Inlet, opening it up to shellfish farming.



February 1, 2007
A Key Pen nurse finds healing after stroke with the help of a horse who’s become a dear friend.



February 1, 2007
Dr. John Olsson’s passions, desire to serve God helps him be a dedicated husband, father, Christian and community contributor.



February 1, 2007
Key Peninsula dance instructor teaches how to move with the rhythm: Doug Henry of InStep Dance has perfected his masterful ballroom dance moves that are in demand not just with students, but with the wedding industry as well.



February 1, 2007
High school sweethearts Roy and Robin Ward embrace the old pioneer spirit on their beautiful ranch, which they open to family and friends for weddings and other events.



February 1, 2007
A Burley resident overcomes major health setbacks to follow long-held dream of opening an antique shop.



February 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula Business Association offers businesses, nonprofits and community members a chance to network, stay abreast of important events, and give back.



February 1, 2007
Key Peninsula Middle School and Peninsula High School actors entertain peers and community members with one of the best shows KPMS has produced.



February 1, 2007
Peninsula High School’s newspaper, The Peninsula Outlook, brings home yet another prestigious award.



February 1, 2007
Vaughn Elementary School graduates, now parents of Vaughn Elementary students, are spearheading efforts to build a new, environmentally friendly playground at the school.



February 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula News talks with 27-year-old Lakebay resident Sonja Morgan about her experience with the Tacoma Narrows Bridge Citizens Advisory Committee.


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January 1, 2007
Key Peninsula Middle School students show off their great talent at a digital photography exhibit in Gig Harbor.



January 1, 2007
Keith Stiles has a rich legacy in the local community, and despite turning 80 he continues to be active with many important projects and issues.



January 1, 2007
The Key Peninsula had no officials doctors until the late-1880s, and only a handful of rural practices since then.



January 1, 2007
In the year since its inception, Key Fitness has become a popular place for local women to hang out and stay and shape.