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Sound View Camp, owned and operated by the Presbytery of Olympia, plans to log a number of trees on 60 of its 92 acres. more
Artists Dick Notkin and Phoebe Toland moved to the Key Peninsula five years ago … more
Paul Pastor plans to contribute his expertise on the national level. Pierce County Sheriff Paul … more
A new approach has brought solutions to marijuana customers and income to the state. more
Why do programs differ from place to place? Where does our recycled material go? Does recycling make environmental sense? In April Pierce County households received Earth … more
Multiple meeting cancellations and lack of training cause members to wonder about a meaningful role in the future growth and development of their … more
State Climatologist Nick Bond remains optimistic that cooperation, resources and growing knowledge can save our … more
Plans are approved to build the first elementary school on the KP in 50 years. The excitement over the Evergreen Elementary … more
New retail space will expand shopping options on the Key … more
The local artist took a long inward journey to find her vision and her mission. Tip Toland, a sculptor renowned for her arresting, … more
The incumbent Harbaugh anticipates working with the state legislature to secure stable school funding.   Leslie Harbaugh is running for a second term as a Peninsula … more
Rep. Derek Kilmer took time over the Fourth of July holiday to talk with KP News about his hopes for both this and the other Washington. more
The Case Inlet toxic bloom  is one of several  tracked around the Key Peninsula. more
Unsightly and unhealthy, fresh water algae blooms are becoming more common. On July 8, Don Thomson found himself posting signs warning … more
Living in a rural location inevitably means having a relationship with Mother Nature. And sometimes that relationship gets complicated. Bay Lake residents have been … more
Sami Jensen, who has lived on the Key Peninsula for 20 years, is seeking election to the Peninsula School District School Board this fall to represent Director District 1, … more
Sara Thompson, KP News Logging on the Key Peninsula, an integral part of its history, is also a part of the present. High lumber prices, combined with the fact that timber from federal and state … more
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