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July 1, 2009
Sculptor John Jewell of Vaughn began his preliminary sculpting from clay last fall for the bronze more than life size statue of Chloe Clarke.



July 1, 2009
At Key Peninsula Middle School’s “Moving On Ceremony” in the Peninsula High School gymnasium, over 175 KPMS students were honored guests feted at their graduation celebration.



July 1, 2009
The historic Home Parade will feature the Key Peninsula Fire District 16 American LaFrance fire engine on July 4.


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June 1, 2009
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June 1, 2009
Tobacco smoke and tobacco products are the largest cause of illness, disease and preventable death in the country, so Dr. Patrick Hogan decided to do something about it.



June 1, 2009
One of the most important tools in any job search is a solid, professional resume.



June 1, 2009
Residents and business owners gathered for the council-sponsored forum on May 13 to discuss the fully functioning traffic signal project proposed for the intersection in Key Center.



June 1, 2009
A photo by Hailey and Caleb Lystad of their first baby recently won a national photo contest for Hallmark’s your Parenthood: Make a Mom or Dad smile Mother’s Day card contest.



June 1, 2009
The Northwest Navy Band from Bremerton opened the ceremony during the Aisle of Honor May 24 at Vaughn Cemetery.


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May 1, 2009
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May 1, 2009
The Senate set aside $8 million in its 2009-11 and 2011-13 transportation budgets for the rebuilding of roads along the high-accident Wauna corridor.



May 1, 2009
Faith Higgins, the only hopeful from the Key Peninsula, wowed the judges and the crowd with her talent during the first Gig Harbor Kiwanis Star Search April 18 and walked away with a $500 prize.



May 1, 2009
On May 30 and 31, Gig Harbor’s Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church will rock to the sounds of SONICFLOOd, a Grammy-nominated Christian band based in Tennessee.


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May 1, 2009
Peninsula School District has scheduled two public forums this month to gather input from parents, students and residents in order to come up with a plan.


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May 1, 2009
Construction of a new store for Peninsula Market in Key Center is expected to start sometime this summer.



May 1, 2009
Burley Lagoon is one of 16 on the list of threatened shellfish areas by the Washington State Department of Health. The lagoon is one of 102 of Washington’s classified commercial shellfish growing areas.


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April 1, 2009
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April 1, 2009
Steve “Wink” Lodholm sells fresh seafood at his store, Winks Seafood shop in Purdy.


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April 1, 2009
One week after taking office as the new Superintendent of Public Instruction, Randy Dorn unveiled his plan to scrap the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) by spring 2010 in favor of the Washington Comprehensive Assessment Program (WCAP).



April 1, 2009
St. Anthony Hospital officially opened doors for patients March 17.