KPFD Capt. Robert Bosch Looks Back on His 40-Year Career

Captain Robert Bosch, the last of the Bosch legacy at Key Peninsula Fire District 16, retired on May 27, marking the end of an era for the department.

New Raised Crosswalk May Knock Speedsters Down a Peg

Volunteer Kathy Lyons is championing new traffic-calming measures on KP Highway to help boost safety and reduce speeding.
Local News
Peninsula athletes excelled in a variety of sports this spring season, while a former softball star continues to shine in college.
Public trails will be built on the 60-acre property adjacent to the undeveloped Haley State Park land. “It’s what a Northwest forest should look like.”
Seven Peninsula High School student-athletes announced their intentions to play college sports starting next fall.
At its May 14 meeting, the Key Peninsula Fire District 16 board of commissioners appointed Cambria Queen to fill a vacancy left by the retirement of Commissioner Frank Grubaugh, despite controversy over the decision.
A record-breaking 189 seniors received 422 separate scholarships totaling $434,500 awarded by the Hawks Scholarship Fund at its annual ceremony May 22 at Peninsula High School.
Here's What I Think About That
Any conversation about development on the Key Peninsula prompts diverse visions. A perfect example is the hope of restoring Lakebay Marina and the work it will entail.
Letters to the Editor
KPFD M&O Levy Renewal Aug. 6

On your Aug. 6 ballot, you will see an initiative to renew our M&O Levy at $800,000 for a four-year term.

U.S. Is No Melting Pot

In Appreciation of Angels

Thanks for Skate Night

Obituaries
Barbara Ann (Schales) Parshall Bence was born April 10, 1934, in Sitka, Arkansas. She died peacefully May 30, 2024, at the memory care residence at the Mustard Seed Village in Key Center.
Betty was born March 16, 1924, in Bordeaux, France, where her father worked for the YMCA. She died in Gig Harbor April 20, 2024.
Born in Tacoma in October 1930, Ann Louise Craven died of natural causes May 1, 2024, at the age of 93 in Vancouver, Washington.
Born in Bremerton March 17, 1955, Don passed away Feb. 13 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup. He was 68 years old.
Peninsula Views
A Day in the Life

What does a day in my life look like? A black 17-year-old who lives in a predominantly white community. Well, it’s hard to explain.

Thoughts of a Father for Father's Day

Bonfires of the Memories

Email Avalanche

A Sobering Report Card on Climate

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