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December 1, 2009
December 2009 full issue



December 1, 2009
The “Eat Local for Thanksgiving” indoor Farmers Market at the Key Peninsula Civic Center Nov. 21 was a success,


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December 1, 2009
A home in the 7600 block of 174th Avenue near Jackson Lake was destroyed by fire Nov. 25.


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December 1, 2009
More voters cast their votes concerning the levy question for Fire District 16 than for any of the local commissioner contests.



December 1, 2009
Lt. Dan McDonald, Longbranch resident and career firefighter passed away Nov. 17.


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December 1, 2009
Key Peninsula Fire Department report Oct 9-Nov 18, 2009.



December 1, 2009
Pastor Tim Stobbe led the first services in the new Waypoint Church building on Thanksgiving Eve and first Sunday worship on Nov. 29.



November 18, 2009
At the first of Key Peninsula Volunteer Park’s “All-Hallows Harvest Celebration,” despite an on-again-off-again Saturday night drizzle, the spirits of some 30 attendees were not dampened in the least.


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November 1, 2009
November 2009 full issue



November 1, 2009
The Peninsula Seahawks crush their crosstown rival Gig Harbor Tides in this annual epic football showdown.


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November 1, 2009
The resignation of Key Pen Parks commissioner president, Elmer Anderson, was announced at the Oct. 12 board meeting.



November 1, 2009
It’s the first craft brewery in the area, and just in time for the dreary rainy season, 7 Seas Brewery opened its taproom Oct. 15.



November 1, 2009
The Fiber Arts Show, held at Longbranch Improvement Club in conjunction with the Farm Tour in October, was again an outstanding success.


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November 1, 2009
The resignation of Key Pen Parks commissioner president, Elmer Anderson, was announced at the Oct. 12 board meeting.


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November 1, 2009
A merger of MilePost Credit Union into Sound Credit Union was completed on Aug. 31.



November 1, 2009
Ron and Louise Talley share images and stories of three trips in six years to China at the November 2 meeting of the Key Peninsula Travel Club.


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October 1, 2009
October 2009 full issue



October 1, 2009
Kids on the Key Peninsula could soon have transportation to the new Boys and Girls Club facility in Gig Harbor.



October 1, 2009
O’Callahan’s wowed the crowd at the final Gig Harbor Farmers Market during the Chowder Cook-off.



October 1, 2009
For the fourth time in as many years, Fire District 16 will ask voters to approve a “lid lift proposition” on Nov. 2.