Lisa Bryan
October 1, 2019
Executive Director Tracy Stirrett joined KPCS in January 2019 to further its mission to achieve wellness and foster resilience.

Lisa Bryan
Lisa Bryan
February 1, 2019
January was a month of extremes during unprecedented times for all Americans. This Valentine's Day, let's be patient with ourselves and each other,

Lisa Bryan
Lisa Bryan
January 1, 2019
Addiction is a painful affliction with predictable results.

Lisa Bryan
Lisa Bryan
December 1, 2018
There are more random acts of kindness surrounding us than our busy minds allow us to see.


Alice Kinerk
November 1, 2018
The Buy Nothing movement builds neighborly relationships through giving.

Lisa Bryan
Lisa Bryan
November 1, 2018
Only on the KP.


Rob Vajko
May 1, 2018
DK Property Management celebrated their grand opening on April 14th.


Polly Robinson
May 1, 2018
Working from home on the KP.


Ted Olinger
May 1, 2018
Dee Dee Kerkes received the 34th annual Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year award from the Lions Club.


Lisa Bryan
May 1, 2018
Lacey Renae Foy, 8, of Lakebay, had a zest for life that touched her community, school, church and loved ones.


Carolyn Wiley
May 1, 2018
Blend Wine Shop is the place where newcomers can meet the locals over a glass of wine.


Colleen Slater
May 1, 2018
Angela Cox recently became the new director at Camp Stand By Me.


KeyPenNews
May 1, 2018
KP Veterans will conduct its annual Aisle of Honor ceremony at Vaughn BayCemetery May 27 at 1 p.m.


KeyPenNews
April 1, 2018
Leonard Elmer Christiansen died at his home in Longbranch on the morning of Feb. 19.


Carolyn Wiley
April 1, 2018
Close to Home Espresso has been the stopping place for the Key Peninsula coffee-loving public for 25 years.


Staff Report
April 1, 2018
Lacey Renae Foy of Lakebay died after being found unconscious in a pool at the Tom Taylor Family YMCA.


Polly Robinson
April 1, 2018
After 30 years at KPMS, Wendy Hennessy has been the lunch lady for a lot of students.


Sara Thompson
March 1, 2018
Nearly 80 people discussed strategies at a town hall meeting on crime.


Matthew Dean
March 1, 2018
Alyssa Garcia has been accepted to Tacoma’s new Industrial Design, Engineering and Art high school.


Lisa Bryan
March 1, 2018
A suspect was arrested for a double homicide on Whiteman Road.