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Rodika Tollefson
November 1, 2005
A special assembly to kick-off KPMS’ second year as a NASA Explorer school is attended by state, NASA and local dignitaries and community leaders.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2005
New saloon owner hopes to create the perfect mix between an Irish flair and Key Peninsula’s flavor.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2005
Key Pen’s new and only fitness center will cater to women and focus on healthy lifestyles.


Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2005
A mother and two daughters move to the Key Pen after Hurricane Katrina’s destruction, waiting in uncertainty about when they can return and be reunited with their husband and father.


Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2005
KP Family Resource Center Program Manager Edie Morgan says it’s time for a new leader, as she takes time off to reflect.

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Irene Torres
October 1, 2005
Peninsula Light Co. was founded by a group of volunteers who wanted to bring electricity to area homes and farms, and today the co-op serves about 28,000 members.


Bill Dietz
October 1, 2005
The battle to continue the operation of herring pens in Mayo Cove has moved to court, and neighbors have mixed feelings about the latest developments.

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Rodika Tollefson
October 1, 2005
Allegations arise about wrongdoing at the KP Community Service following the departure of its executive director.


Irene Torres
October 1, 2005
Signs ranging from garage sales to foreclosure help are plastered around the Key Pen’s light poles, trees and traffic signs—and most of them are illegal.


Various Contributors
September 1, 2005
Artist Beverly Pedersen opens the doors to her Key Pen studio to fellow artists, rising talent, and the public.


Colleen Slater
September 1, 2005
Old-timer Helen Skahan recalls the days of growing up near the site of Brookside Restaurant and raising her family near the Minter Creek fish hatchery.


Irene Torres
September 1, 2005
The Beadin’ Path in Purdy offers customers a serene place to relax, heal and create art, thanks to a Wauna resident who followed her dreams.

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Rodika Tollefson
September 1, 2005
Inaccurate county maps have led many landlocked residents on 144th Street to believe they had legal access to their properties. Now, they risk losing access completely unless they sign waivers.