PJ Kezele
July 1, 2008
A multicultural music event is coming back to Longbranch on Aug. 2, bringing to the Key Peninsula international music, food, art and more.


Sharon Hicks
July 1, 2008
Boots ‘n Breeches Therapeutic Horsemanship at JW Farms serves children and adults with disabilities.


Various Contributors
July 1, 2008
Dennis Erickson watched with pride while a crane lifted a F-16A fighter jet onto a custom-designed cement display pedestal he crafted.


Danna Webster
July 1, 2008
Joel Salatin has become the guru of modern day farmers.


PJ Kezele
July 1, 2008
Key Peninsula volunteers are motivated by community pride and the desire to keep our scenic highways beautiful, environmentally safe and free of litter.


Colleen Slater
July 1, 2008
Key Peninsula Community Fair will feature first-time local entertainers as well as a repeat of popular attractions.


PJ Kezele
July 1, 2008
Key Peninsula Middle School’s science and math program received a boost the first week of June when the school was named one of six 2008 Intel Schools of Distinction.


Irene Torres
July 1, 2008
The Key Peninsula Farmers Market is official, after a kickoff fundraiser on June 15.


Irene Torres
June 1, 2008
On May 18 the Key Singers presented a concert titled “A Decade of Song” in celebration of their decade as an organization.


Sharon Hicks
June 1, 2008
Local author shares heartwarming adventures.


Rodika Tollefson
June 1, 2008
Sheriff’s academy informs, educates (even entertains) .


Rodika Tollefson
June 1, 2008
Anyone commuting to the Key Peninsula during the evening rush hour is familiar with the long backup at the State Route 16 Purdy exit.


Bill Dietz
June 1, 2008
Chris Gilliam is the kind of man who looks at a problem and sees an opportunity.