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Solid leadership and energetic volunteers backed by a generous community combine to meet the challenge of rising childhood food insecurity. more
When schools closed and the coronavirus shut down their public programs, the local nonprofit went into overdrive to meet the needs of a rising tide of new clients, many living … more
Constituents heard updates from federal and local leaders. Congressman Derek Kilmer (D-6th) hosted a telephone town hall May 11 to provide an update on the federal … more
Amidst a pandemic, a teacher and her students strive to learn about humanity.Vicky Schauer, eighth- grade English and Language Arts teacher at Key Peninsula Middle School, is passionate about her final unit, Voices of the Holocaust. more
Fire Chief Dustin Morrow spells out district funding mechanisms and needs.  Key Peninsula Fire District 16 will return to the voting public for a four-year renewal of its … more
It wouldn’t be summer without road construction. An upcoming open house on two projects will provide an opportunity for community input. Progress continues as scheduled to … 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
Praise and encouragement for the first senior class to graduate under the constraints of a pandemic. I am so proud of the graduating … more
Congratulations to this sample of tomorrow's leaders, parents, voters, neighbors. We join your classmates, parents, teachers, friends and potential employers in celebrating your achievements. Have a … more
A Haida Indian term, the spirit of pestilence referred to the tides of smallpox, measles, influenza, and malaria that swept native villages and camps on … more
A catastrophic house fire led to the discovery of the two victims and to the arrest of their grandson for murder. Firefighters discovered two bodies inside a burning house on the … more
It’s not taxable, it’s not a loan, and it’s not an advance on a future refund. And if your income drops this year, you might get more next year. President Donald … more
As people struggle to make ends meet in a shattered economy, leaders and researchers look for a way out. At a press briefing April 14, state Secretary of Health John … more
"There’s a point when listening to the news is more upsetting than it’s worth, so I’m listening to music and taking long nature walks with my camera" - Kathleen Best. Photo: Richard Miller, KP … more
The one thing about the fire service that is a constant is that you never know from day to day what will present. The COVID-19 outbreak has proved that point. The … more
Dr. William Roes, who has provided primary care services at his clinic in Key Center for more than three decades, was asked if he could work at St. … more
It is not unusual for people to experience anxiety or worry at times, maybe even frequently. Humans are predisposed to pay more attention to negative information, … more
Teachers and staff keeping students connected, fed and learning in a changed world. Sheri Ahlheim was teaching her sixth period math class at Peninsula High School March … more
Young children, their parents and teacher work together to adapt to social distancing. During this era of COVID-19, preschoolers and their … more
At least 70 people attended a virtual COVID-19 Key Peninsula Town Hall meeting April 2 to hear … more
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