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.


Danna Webster
June 1, 2008
The KP News turned to some local businesses for an analysis of the recession.


Various Contributors
June 1, 2008
Chuck West believes that a township would create revenue to support services for an area identified as a geographically isolated region or belt.


Rodika Tollefson
June 1, 2008
In May, US Coast Guard and FD-16 rescue teams converged on the beach of Browns Point for an eight-hour exercise involving theory and practice.


Hugh McMillan
June 1, 2008
The Last Alarm was sounded for Ross Bischoff, following the benediction from Pastor Heinz Malon, on May 17.


Rodika Tollefson
January 1, 2008
The Mustard Seed's community van and volunteer driver program to fill transportation gaps on the KP.


Hugh McMillan
December 1, 2007
Communities In Schools received a $5,000 grant on behalf of the organization’s “Mentoring Our Students to Success” program.


Hugh McMillan
December 1, 2007
Students from Peninsula High School’s sister high school, No. 1 High School Jinan Shandong in Jinan, China, received a tumultuous ovation when introduced at the assembly in PHS’s Milt Boyd auditorium on Nov. 8.


Rick Sorrels
December 1, 2007
A fire of unprecedented proportion consumed nearly the entire Key Center on the morning of February 4, 1970.


Sharon Hicks
December 1, 2007
In the heart of Home, situated on a hill off Key Peninsula Highway, is a small rural business called Home Feed and Grocery.