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A weaver’s weaver, the accomplished artist will display her work during the Farm … more
State Climatologist Nick Bond remains optimistic that cooperation, resources and growing knowledge can save our … more
With some important structural changes made, more folks are shopping locally through the Fresh Food Revolution Food Co-op, an … more
My mom made the best apple crisp in the whole wide world. It’s a dessert made of baked chopped apples … more
The annual Key Peninsula Farm Tour will showcase local farmers October 5 and 6 with an expanded two-day opportunity to visit historic farms and take in art, live music and farm-fresh culinary delights. more
Ron “The Apple Man” Nelson, 88, of Burlington, formerly of Rock Island, Washington, died July 28, 2019. ,Nelson never lived on the Key Peninsula but by … more
Professional Zaniac and two-time Guinness World Record holder Alex Zerbe used his world-class juggling skills, retro dance moves and goofy humor to teach essential concepts of physics 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
Mary Mazur of Longbranch is well-known on the Key Peninsula for her civic and community activities in the 1990s and 2000s. What is … more
Key Peninsula resident Roger Youngchild said he crossed a major item off his bucket list by summiting Mount Rainier at the age of 60 in … more
It’s that time of the year when your zucchini is taking over the garden. You can’t give it away because your friends and neighbors have their own glut of zucchini to contend … more
Downtown Key Center overflowed with locals, visitors, artisans and artists for the fifth annual Key Peninsula Art Walk August 7, organized by the Two Waters Arts Alliance more
The Lakebay resident is an award-winning activist who has been advocating for peace in the region and beyond for nearly 60 years. Sallie … 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
It is perhaps the most fitting legacy of the 19th century utopian, … more
KPHS board members Bart Wolfe, Judy Mills and Paul Michaels have been leading the restoration of the historic Vaughn Library Hall. Photo: Joseph Pentheroudakis, KP … more
Joseph Pentheroudakis, KP News United States Penitentiary, McNeil Island, photographic print, cyanotype. Buildings of the U.S. Penitentiary on McNeil Island, WA, circa 1890-91. Looking … more
Joseph Pentheroudakis, KP News Herron Island at sunrise. Photo: Joseph Pentheroudakis, KP News The early 1950s were an uncharacteristically busy time on Herron Island. Until then an … more
Joseph Pentheroudakis, KP News Rare aerial photo of Herron Island dated August-September 1951 showing a logging raft almost a third full. The raft stretches about 800 feet along the east side of … more
Lisa Bryan, KP News The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1890. It was burned down in 1971 as one of a string of unsolved KP arsons. Courtesy KP Historical … more
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