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Chris Fitzgerald
June 1, 2006
KPMPD commissioners vote to give themselves the option to claim per diem compensation.


Various Contributors
May 1, 2006
Artist Laura Mosely lands on the Key Peninsula after traveling the world.

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KeyPenNews
May 1, 2006
In his column, KP News writer William Dietz takes a look at the recent discovery of two dozen pit bulls on a KP vacant lot.


Rodika Tollefson
May 1, 2006
A small team of contractors will contribute funding and volunteer work to a sanitation project in an African village.


Danna Webster
May 1, 2006
Despite a short notice about the winery’s opening day, owners Claude and Claudia Gahard get an unexpected flux of visitors.


Danna Webster
May 1, 2006
Tenth-graders are the first class in Washington history required to pass the WASL to graduate from high school. This is the second of a two-part series on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning.


Colleen Slater
May 1, 2006
Major building fires in Purdy and Vaughn keep firefighters busy in April.


Various Contributors
May 1, 2006
KPCS elects new board members, looks at improving services.


Chris Fitzgerald
May 1, 2006
Parents and community members get the opportunity to ask school district and law enforcement officials questions regarding an alleged violent plot at KPMS.


Danna Webster
May 1, 2006
For several months, the Key Peninsula kept a secret from a well-known reporter and volunteer about a party dedicated to his contributions.


Kristen Pierce
April 1, 2006
Young poet Dennis Baze celebrates the success of his first book, looks forward to a second book due in print soon.


Irene Torres
April 1, 2006
A local craftsman uses wood skills, love for pool to create a unique business catering to other game aficionados.


Chris Fitzgerald
April 1, 2006
Key Peninsula native Kevin Canavan builds a successful business to suit the local community’s needs.