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November 1, 2019
The annual scarecrow art installation is a blend of popular nostalgia and artistic ingenuity.



November 1, 2019
First place awards went to photography and design, with more honors to news and opinion writing for the second year in a row.



November 1, 2019
KPAC members wonder about their role in the future growth and development of their community.



November 1, 2019
A Herron Island sunset, a country road in Longbranch, a menacing woodpecker and more.



November 1, 2019
November 2019.



November 1, 2019
A family favorite that's simple, hearty and just a bit luxurious.



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



October 1, 2019
A weaver’s weaver, the accomplished artist will display her work during the Farm Tour.



October 1, 2019
The grand opening of a commercial gun range in SW Lakebay was welcome news for enthusiasts but shocked a residential community.



October 1, 2019
An overview of roadwork projects on the Key Peninsula.



October 1, 2019
Local first responders donate their time and skill when disaster strikes.


Lisa Bryan
October 1, 2019
For the second year in a row, KP News will take top honors in a statewide newspaper contest.



October 1, 2019
State Climatologist Nick Bond believes that cooperation, resources and growing knowledge can save our icon.



October 1, 2019
Political posts — just don't.



October 1, 2019
Fresh Food Revolution Food Co-op is seeing an increased numbers of shoppers.



October 1, 2019
Just in time for Halloween: DIY exorcisms.



October 1, 2019
Shared experiences make life better.



October 1, 2019
A tase of fall: Bingham's best apple crisp.



October 1, 2019
I am a gun owner and I commend Ted Olinger’s column about reducing gun violence.



October 1, 2019
Comments on two of the opinion pieces in the September edition.