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Nonprofits worked together on a new event for anyone needing dental care. The Key Peninsula Lutheran Church hosted the first of its kind KP … more
Pierce County remains the only county in Western Washington without a portion of sales tax allocated to fund treatment for behavioral health problems. more
You know you don’t like it, but do you know how it works? Washington state property tax is one of the most complicated in the nation… more
Voters approved a Peninsula School District Educational Programs and Operations levy Feb. 11 to replace a levy that will expire at the end of 2020. The final tally was 21,054 … more
While the Key Peninsula’s hillsides collapse under rain that reveals how we’re all just sitting on a … more
It was a tough year, but both teams kept the faith and … more
After seven years of remodeling, the Robinsons can finally enjoy their historic … more
After successfully lobbying for a change in state law, KPFD 16 is exploring options to expand healthcare and save money. more
Key Center is feeling some growing pains. As new businesses open and current businesses expand, owners are bumping up against the limits… more
Ex-CIA recruiter uses multiple talents to strengthen community. more
After a year of leadership at Children’s Home Society of … 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
KPCS runs a senior center with a variety of classes, social events and field trips, … 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
Just wanted to thank Lisa Bryan for the terrific article on the Communities in Schools reading program. (“Tutors with Tails Help Young Readers at Vaughn Elementary,” KP News … more
I am fueled by your stories. I gather these stories at the end of your long, winding driveways; over knitting needles and wine in Key Center; … more
It is amazing how state government has no limits to the imaginative ideas to separate you from your hard-earned money. It’s … more
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