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No one has escaped the impact of the pandemic — but some restaurants and bars have been hit especially hard, including longtime Key Peninsula haunts and hangouts. more
KPC Broadband Committee Chair Mark Cockerill said the recently completed broadband survey will help create a targeted and effective response. more
In November, Purdy Cost Less Pharmacy changed ownership. Zimmerman’s son and daughter-in-law, Drew and Allison Zimmerman, bought the … more
Lakebay Marina owner Mark Scott watched in dismay as, bite by bite, bulldozers demolished and trucks hauled away debris from three dilapidated former cabins cited in a Warrant of Abatement and … more
The doctor’s office on the hill above Key Center, where generations of Key Peninsula families have received medical care, is about to have new management. more
SpaceX announced plans in 2015 to create a satellite internet service, Starlink, and with limited beta testing now in progress, that reality might not be far away. The goal of Starlink is to … more
The Recreational Boaters Association of Washington and its nonprofit Marine Park Conservancy announced Nov. 7 that the original purchase and sale agreement with Lakebay Marina owner Mark Scott has been extended at the previously agreed price. more
Lakebay Marina owner Mark Scott, in chronic default on his aquatics lease agreement with Washington State Department of Natural Resources, was notified in writing Oct. 20 the state will not issue a … more
Mark Cockerill joined the Key Peninsula Community Council as a director last fall with no idea that he would soon dive into the abyss of local broadband access, or lack thereof, on the KP. … more
Carrie Phillips, a licensed naturopathic doctor, saw her first patient at Blue Spark Health in late December on the KP. Soon after her opening, the pandemic hit, with a slowdown in calls and visits, … more
New Key Peninsula News website offers fast streaming, eEditions, feature-filled calendar and new feature sections. It's online, it's free and it's easy to use. more
Washington is for beer lovers. The state produces more hops — an integral ingredient for brewing beer — than any state, with well over four times as much acreage in hop production than … more
Three years ago, the publishing board set a strategic goal of financial stability. As local community newspapers around the country falter, consolidate or suspend operations, the … more
Many remain open but essential businesses are wondering when it will end. Business has slowed for Purdy Cost Less Pharmacy at Lake Kathryn Village, according to owner Don … more
Key Center is feeling some growing pains. As new businesses open and current businesses expand, owners are bumping up against the limits… more
Long-time dream becomes a reality. Imagine spending a night of luxury in the trees, 15 feet above ground. Mike Ouellette and Mike … more
Sarah Anderson spilled the beans on Facebook in mid-October. She, her husband Bryant and mother Nan Feagin had purchased the building located between El Sombrero and the KP Smoke Shop and are planning to open a cafe. more
Although the restaurant is only eight months old, its history goes way back, starting with a whirlwind romance that spanned the globe. more
Fifty years ago, in the early morning hours of Feb. 4, 1970, a fire of unprecedented proportions burned through several businesses in Key Center, leaving only ashes and charred rubble in its wake. more
New owners, menus and décor. And breakfast, all coming later this year. Lulu’s Homeport Restaurant and Lounge is scheduled … more
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