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The annual public art installation is a blend of popular nostalgia and artistic ingenuity. more
First place awards went to photography and design, with more honors to news and opinion writing for the second year in a row.  The Key Peninsula News received eight awards … more
Multiple meeting cancellations and lack of training cause members to wonder about a meaningful role in the future growth and development of their … more
Executive Director Tracy Stirrett joined KPCS in January 2019 to … more
The grand opening of a commercial gun range in southwest Lakebay was welcome news for … more
State Route 302 Work Underway What could be a nearly year-long, … more
Hurricane Dorian did not leave much behind after hitting the Bahamas. Photos courtesy Empact NW Local first responders donate their time and skill when disaster … 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
Plans are approved to build the first elementary school on the KP in 50 years. The excitement over the Evergreen Elementary … 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
New retail space will expand shopping options on the Key … more
The Washington State Department of Transportation was scheduled to start work August 26 on State Route 302 stretching from Elgin-Clifton Road to Purdy. Five separate projects are … 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
The new proposal was welcomed by neighbors opposed to a taller 60-foot tower permitted by the county hearing examiner last year, despite community … 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
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
Technology, tax incentives and a desire to combat climate change are making solar power more popular in the Northwest despite relatively inexpensive hydro … more
Students practiced skills, engaged in learning and discovered more in pilot … more
In the days before the election, voters expressed concern to the fire department about paying more permanently, but the public retains control. more
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