October 1, 2018
The YMCA needs to listen to the community they are serving.


September 1, 2018
The 60-foot tall water tower proposed by YMCA Camp Seymour is not welcome on the Key Peninsula.


August 1, 2018
When you see someone from the fire department, please reach out and thank them for what they do.


July 1, 2018
Edie Morgan had an idea about how to improve life on the peninsula for an important part of our population that needed some help but went overlooked.


July 1, 2018
Linemen and other utility workers now have the same protections for their safety as law enforcement, firefighters and other emergency responders.


April 1, 2018
At a time when we’re asking our constituents to support our schools, we owe them our best effort to exhaust every other available source of funds.


March 1, 2018
Stop whining, men. The rules haven’t changed.


March 1, 2018
I’m disappointed in my hometown newspaper.


February 1, 2018
We need to get involved to find a solution.


January 1, 2018
Does the Key Peninsula want to become an area where people can’t afford to live and getting around becomes a headache?


December 1, 2017
It is with great sadness that I announce the permanent closure of the Lakebay Marina Resort.


November 1, 2017
Now is exactly not the time to take an “I don’t care anymore” attitude to the events reported by the true media.


November 1, 2017
We do not need the farmed salmon industry in Washington’s marine waters.


October 1, 2017
On behalf of the KP Community Council, we wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who is involved in the restoration project in the KC Corral.


September 1, 2017
It may not come as a big surprise to you, but we on the Key Peninsula have one of the best fire departments around.


September 1, 2017
I had a chance this afternoon to read every article and scan every ad in your August edition.


August 1, 2017
On June 3, on Herron Road, we were subjected to four hours of loud, booming gunfire.


July 1, 2017
Neighbors respond to hit and run.


May 31, 2017
There is one simple reason for Lyme disease (and other vector-borne infections) case numbers remaining low in Washington.


May 31, 2017
The information that was in your article is accurate according to the Center for Disease Control but is not accurate as far as what the Lyme disease community is reporting.