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


KeyPenNews
May 1, 2018
April 2 marked a year since a rescue mission was launched to save an orphaned chicken.


Sara Thompson
April 1, 2018
Just over 90 years ago, Jan. 8, 1927, electricity flowed for the first time on the west side of the Tacoma Narrows.


Sara Thompson
April 1, 2018
Interviews with early Pen Light customers, from the company's archives.


Matthew Dean
April 1, 2018
The 360 Trails at Gateway Park will host hundreds of cyclists at state championship mountain bike race April 15.


Sara Thompson
April 1, 2018
The water quality in Burley Lagoon was downgraded by the Washington State Department of Health in February.


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


Matthew Dean
April 1, 2018
The Key Peninsula Civic Center has been granted $60,000 for an emergency power generator.


Anna Brones
April 1, 2018
For students at Vaughn Elementary, a love of music and science starts early.


Carolyn Wiley
April 1, 2018
A graphic novel trilogy about the Civil Rights Movement by Georgia congressman John Lewis.


Anna Brones
April 1, 2018
The Key Peninsula has a lot to offer those who enjoy the simple pleasure of riding a bike.


Lisa Bryan
April 1, 2018
Jodi and Barrie McDougall received the Peninsula School District’s Ellen Fay Award for outstanding service.


Ted Olinger
April 1, 2018
Historian Michael Hemp researched the role of Puget Sound in the work of pioneering marine biologist Ed Ricketts.


Ted Olinger
April 1, 2018
A fishing boat made famous by John Steinbeck is being restored in Port Townsend.


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