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Chris Fitzgerald
November 1, 2007
The Pierce County Council passed the ordinance regarding geoduck aquaculture operations unanimously.


Danna Webster
November 1, 2007
Firefighters were dispatched to a late afternoon house fire the first week of October.


Chris Fitzgerald
November 1, 2007
John Donahue, SR 302 Project Manager, invited KP resident involvement in exploring traffic solutions.


Various Contributors
November 1, 2007
More than 200 guests were treated to an evening of friendship, food and a fantastic auction at Flavor of Fall.


Chris Fitzgerald
November 1, 2007
With minor last-minute change amendments, the Pierce County Council unanimously passed the Key Peninsula Comprehensive Plan on Oct. 23.


Chris Fitzgerald
October 1, 2007
At a packed Pierce County Council meeting on interim aquaculture regulations participants heard three new amendments to the ordinance, two of which were approved.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2007
The first annual Harvest Fest is an all-day tour of local farms and Key Center restaurants featuring foods and products from the Key Peninsula.


Chris Fitzgerald
October 1, 2007
Rumors and protest letters from neighbors have been flying for over a year regarding a large tract of land at Devil’s Head.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2007
Huckleberry Inn owner Martha Swanson sold her restaurant to Pablo and Cathy de la Cruz, owners of El Sombrero in Port Orchard.


Various Contributors
October 1, 2007
Key Peninsula resident Paula Vander Poel is the new executive director at Peninsula Youth Orchestra Association.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2007
A young Tacoma woman was the victim of a drowning accident Labor Day weekend at Palmer Lake.


Various Contributors
October 1, 2007
Bill Macaras, beloved scoutmaster of KP Boy Scout Troop 220, stepped down in September after 11 years.


Chris Fitzgerald
October 1, 2007
Flavor of Fall will raise funds for stage renovation, curtains, and lighting for theatrical productions under the auspices of Two Waters Arts Alliance.


Danna Webster
October 1, 2007
A group of volunteers achieved a miraculous makeover of Sue Gorman’s home in two days.


Irene Torres
September 1, 2007
One of Key Peninsula’s newest home-based businesses is Embrace Art Enterprises, LLC, the brainchild of its president, Lynelle Scheid-Kearney.