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Incoming director Gina Cabiddu gives Jud Morris the confidence needed to retire knowing that she will be a successful leader. Morris said, “I have loved working here and I feel very protective of this community.” Photo: Lisa Bryan, KP News
January 1, 2019
Community leader Jud Morris passes the torch to KP native Gina Cabiddu.



January 1, 2019
The new storage shed at the Angel Guild will benefit the whole KP community.



January 1, 2019
Grace Nesbit doesn't let gender differences get in the way on the wrestling mat.



January 1, 2019
Bill Lloyd helps immigrants after their release from the Tacoma detention center.



January 1, 2019
Peninsula School District classified staff voiced their concerns over pay at the district’s recent board meetings.


Relative emissions of fine particles
January 1, 2019
There are several clean air considerations when using wood for heat.


Standing before the very last of their firewood supply, Larry and Annita Henderson remain hopeful someone will keep the needed KP Firewood Bank running. Photo: Lisa Bryan, KP News
January 1, 2019
Larry Henderson will no longer be able to operate the firewood bank.



January 1, 2019
Join me in voting yes for our Key Peninsula kids.



January 1, 2019
Great communities support great schools.



January 1, 2019
My hope is that the district will respect us and increase our wages.


KPCS’s new executive director is ready to learn and lead . Photo: Lisa Bryan, KP News
January 1, 2019
Tracy Merrifield is the new executive director of the KP Community Services Food Bank and Senior Center.



January 1, 2019
The KP Community Council elected officers and welcomed new directors on Dec. 12.



January 1, 2019
The YMCA is researching options that would place the water tank away from the road and not in view of any homes.



January 1, 2019
The 35th annual KP Lions Club Citizen of the Year Award will be presented on March 30.


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January 1, 2019
January 2019 full issue.



January 1, 2019
A paean to the pinto bean.



January 1, 2019
Brian Richmond, 20, was struck and killed by a car as he walked on SR-302.