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Various Contributors
May 1, 2005
A small room packed with hundreds of artifacts preserves local history—thanks to the dreams and volunteer work of local history enthusiasts.


Various Contributors
May 1, 2005
A forum that looks at the perils of methamphetamine is one of several planned public outreach events to help local residents fight meth in their neighborhoods.

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Danna Webster
April 1, 2005
A volunteer team of dental professionals brings free services to Key Pen’s people who couldn’t afford dental care otherwise.


Rodika Tollefson
April 1, 2005
The Key Peninsula Metropolitan Park District hires a full-time parks director as a first step in getting “organized” and expanding programs.


Rodika Tollefson
April 1, 2005
As more people discover the Key Peninsula, the challenge of balancing growth and preserving quality of life becomes a priority. A community planning board is working on a plan that will impact how the area grows in the next 20 years.


Rodika Tollefson
April 1, 2005
Cristi Watson receives much-deserved recognition for helping the community, while planning to leave to Oregon in two months.


Rodika Tollefson
April 1, 2005
Despite lower prices, the real estate market on the Key Peninsula reflects regional trends—and is becoming more appealing.


Various Contributors
April 1, 2005
A veteran blacksmith uses old-fashion tools to create hundreds of incredible items that fuse art with practicality.


Hugh McMillan
April 1, 2005
A handful of would-be astronauts from Vaughn Elementary School experience a space adventure.


Rodika Tollefson
April 1, 2005
Key Peninsula Middle School will participate in two scientific experiments with NASA, with four students and two teachers getting the opportunity to visit a flight facility.


KeyPenNews
March 1, 2005
Methamphetamine, an increasing problem nationwide, is a growing concern on the Key Peninsula as well, and several groups are working together to fight back.

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Various Contributors
March 1, 2005
Over the last year, many Key Pen area businesses opened doors or changed owners, bringing new or improved services.


Danna Webster
March 1, 2005
Local couple nurtures plants, friendships and community involvement while turning their nursery into a blooming business.