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Rodika Tollefson
February 1, 2005
A former Key Pen resident and KP food bank volunteer offers to kick start fund-raising for a building fund by matching other people’s donations.

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Rodika Tollefson
February 1, 2005
Fighting continuously increasing insurance costs, the Key Pen Civic Center Association is looking at options—including selling its building to the park district.


Danna Webster
February 1, 2005
Two Vaughn Elementary students are recognized for their actions that helped save their mother’s life.


Rodika Tollefson
February 1, 2005
Local residents young and old help raise funds for the victims of the December earthquake and tsunami in Asia.

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Danna Webster
February 1, 2005
Peninsula School District seeks to continue current funding levels by replacing a soon-to-expire levy.


Rodika Tollefson
February 1, 2005
The group behind the preservation idea for the historic Wauna post office building halts restoration efforts.


Colleen Slater
January 1, 2005
Verna Barnesson had some help when she was down on her luck, and now she gives back by helping others in the same shoes.


Hugh McMillan
January 1, 2005
The much-awaited opening of Key Pen’s new restaurant, Blondie’s, meets rave reviews from diners.


Hugh McMillan
January 1, 2005
The Longbranch Improvement Club hosts a new event, “Christmas in Longbranch,” with great success.


Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2005
A look at Key Peninsula’s major events in 2004, and a sneak peak at what’s coming in 2005.


Colleen Slater
January 1, 2005
Camp Seymour turns 100 in 2005 and plans special events throughout the year to celebrate its history and achievements.

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Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2005
The Peninsula Detachment, serving Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula areas, now has 24-hour police patrol—but the long-awaited change means less deputies patrolling during each shift.


Bill Dietz
January 1, 2005
This March, traffic meters will be installed at five State Route 16 eastbound on-ramps with the goal of improving traffic flow during peak hours.

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Rodika Tollefson
December 1, 2004
With the Peninsula School District’s three-year maintenance and operations levy expiring in the spring of 2005, the school board is set to adopt a resolution at its December meeting to ask voters in February to approve a new levy.


Hugh McMillan
December 1, 2004
On a recent November weekend at the Key Peninsula Community Services/Food Bank, Cub Scout Pack 220 helped replenish the almost bare shelves.