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Photos by Former KP Man Killed in Yemen on Exhibit
Written by Ted OlingerThe work of photojournalist and one-time Key Peninsula resident Luke Somers will be exhibited in a show at Seattle University April 29 to May 1.Read more...
One Year In: KP Partnership for a Healthy Community Celebrates and Faces a Challenge
Written by Sara ThompsonThe Key Peninsula Partnership for a Healthy Community just marked its one-year anniversary.Read more...
New KPC Offices Open With Health Department, Safe Streets
Written by Matthew DeanThe Key Peninsula Community Council (KPC) officially opened the doors of its new Key Center office in early March. Representatives from Safe Streets and the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department will share the office.Read more...
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What is the KP News’ Mission?
I have followed with interest a number of comments on Facebook addressing the conundrum of whether or not this newspaper should provide a forum for…Read more...
Logging Articles Miss Some Key Points
I am an associate professor with Washington State University Extension Forestry. I provide education and assistance to small-forest landowners in six Puget Sound counties.Read more...
Re: “Property Rights Stall Logging at YMCA Camp Coleman.” (March 2017)
Last month’s story reminded me of something that happened some years ago on the Key Peninsula. A property owners’ association road ran along the west…Read more...
Logging on the Key
Even though logging companies need a forest renewal plan to get the permit that requires them to replant within three years, some have found a…
I would like to make a few comments on state Sen. Angel's article about school funding.Read more...
A Thank You from the Superintendent
During my first seven months here, I have had meetings at least two or three times a week with some group, organization or individual seeking…Read more...
Betty Louise Beal
Betty Louise Beal of Gig Harbor died March 14, 2017, after a short illness.Read more...
Bill Teresky died Feb. 27 at the age of 91 at his home bordering Rocky Creek.Read more...
Geraldine C. (Eichhorn) Blayden
Geraldine C. (Eichhorn) Blayden died Dec. 10, 2016. She was born June 19, 1931, in Minot, South Dakota.Read more...
George R. Newcomb
George R. Newcomb was born in Mayerthorpe, Alberta, Canada, in 1921. He died peacefully at home in Tacoma Jan. 14 at 95.Read more...
Dolores Joan Argabright
Dolores Joan Argabright of Lakebay died peacefully at home Feb. 25. She was 88 years old.Read more...
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