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Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Executive Editor, KP News With all due respect to groundhogs everywhere on their national day of honor, February is the season of love. The branches are bare but the … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News  No matter the substance, addiction is a painful affliction with predictable results. We’ve learned about how it works in our brains and the effects it … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News As a child, my longing for Christmas began in earnest with the last bite of Thanksgiving pumpkin pie. Every December, without fail, our parents returned … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News “Only on the KP.”  As a newcomer to the Key Peninsula myself, back in 2002, that phrase piqued my interest. People seemed to use it in different … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News This month we bring you stories of the past and questions about our future. This month we also ask for your support. Button up a warm sweater, pour … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News At Key Peninsula News our focus is local. The very word “local” means different things to many people––to the point it feels as if we need a … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News It’s time to kick back in the hammock or slide into a comfortable Adirondack chair to relax and take it all in. August––the reliably delicious month … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News Summer solstice celebrations complete, the longest day of the year in 2018 is behind us. Enter July––a season ushered in by Dr. Roes and his old-time … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News It might appear gratuitous to be celebrating this graduation season; I don’t personally know anyone in Peninsula High School Class of 2018, but since … more
Lisa Bryan Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News Sometimes it feels like we live on an island. We’re surrounded by abundant, natural beauty, skirted by sparkling Puget Sound, dazzled with … more
Lisa Bryan, KP News True confession: I am not a Facebook user.  Fortunately I have friends who send interesting tidbits they think I might find useful for the newspaper. The following Facebook … more
Now that I’m firmly seated in the editor’s chair, a few more of the intricacies and intrigues of publishing a successful monthly paper are becoming … more
Lisa Bryan, Editor, KP News “Even though it seems like a very long driveway, every time I drive across the spit I feel the muscles in my shoulders relax.” Photo: Ed Johnson, KP News An … more
Ted Olinger, Executive Editor The Voice of the Key Peninsula The Key Peninsula News has been published more or less continuously by the KP Civic Center Association for 43 years. By now, even … more
Ted Olinger Politics has become a toxic subject at social functions. As executive editor of this newspaper, I am frequently called upon to attend such functions in an official capacity and make … more
Ted Olinger Sometimes small things make a big difference. Each of us has the power to improve our community through our individual actions, and it doesn’t take much. Hold the door. Say … more
Ted Olinger Another season of transformation is upon us. Elementary school students are moving on to middle school, middle schoolers are going to high school, and high school seniors are … more
Ted Olinger The Key Peninsula has been home to anarchists, millionaires and poet-loving loggers, and remains the summer refuge for whatever the opposite of a snowbird is. I have lived here a … more
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