Lisa Bryan

: The recent storm set the record for February and was widely acknowledged as a rare event, unlike anything the region has seen in 50 years.
Lisa Bryan, March 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, February 1, 2019


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


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


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


: This month we bring you stories of the past and questions about our future. This month we also ask for your support.
Lisa Bryan, October 1, 2018


: There is good news to report and the smoke need not clear for us to see the value of compromise in action locally.
Lisa Bryan, September 1, 2018


: It’s August - time to kick back in the hammock or slide into a comfortable Adirondack chair to relax and take it all in.
Lisa Bryan, August 1, 2018


: There's much to do and think about during the beautiful warm and long days of summer.
Lisa Bryan, July 1, 2018


: To our graduates of 2018: Do good work and be safe out there. A whole community stands behind you.
Lisa Bryan, June 1, 2018


: There are a few things we can do as individuals to improve safety on our highways. We all need to drive—let’s do it as safely as we can.
Lisa Bryan, May 1, 2018


: Real communication begins with three equal parts: speaking, listening and considering. And yes­—please keep reading too.
Lisa Bryan, April 1, 2018


: A few extra muscles.
Lisa Bryan, February 1, 2018


: KP News editor Lisa Bryan shares her thoughts on living on the Key Peninsula.
Lisa Bryan, February 1, 2018



Past Editors

: The Voice of the Key Peninsula.
Ted Olinger, September 1, 2017


: Politics has become a toxic subject at social functions.
Ted Olinger, October 29, 2016


: Each of us has the power to improve our community through our individual actions, and it doesn’t take much.
Ted Olinger, September 3, 2016


: Another season of transformation is upon us.
Ted Olinger, May 28, 2016


: The Key Peninsula has been home to anarchists, millionaires and poet-loving loggers, and remains the summer refuge for whatever the opposite of a snowbird is.
Ted Olinger, March 31, 2016