Sara Thompson
February 1, 2018
Two bills concerning commercial salmon farming have been introduced in the state Legislature.


Lisa Bryan
January 1, 2018
Recent break-ins and thefts at Palmer Lake left residents eager to find real solutions.


Sara Thompson
January 1, 2018
People met to discuss the apparent rise of alt-right and white nationalist hate groups on the Gig Harbor peninsula.


Sara Thompson
January 1, 2018
A geoduck farm permit on Case Inlet was approved.


Alice Kinerk
January 1, 2018
Chris Holts is now the oldest female black belt at the Korean Martial Arts Family Center.


Sara Thompson
January 1, 2018
Testing wells helps minimize risk.


Staff Report
January 1, 2018
Lisa Bryan took over the role of executive editor on Jan. 1.


Staff Report
January 1, 2018
The complete KP News archive will soon be available on our website.


Lisa Bryan
January 1, 2018
152 ballots collected at the Gig Harbor Fire Station in Purdy were not included in the final tabulation.


Staff Report
January 1, 2018
The Longbranch Foundation is one of the newest charitable organizations in the Key Peninsula community.


Anna Brones
January 1, 2018
The beginning of a year always feels like an official reset.


Staff Report
January 1, 2018
The KP News Publishing Board extends sincere appreciation to Ted Olinger.


Sara Thompson
January 1, 2018
Savana Oberts is now almost fully recovered from her multiple transplant in August 2016.


Sara Thompson
January 1, 2018
Most crime on the Key Peninsula is not dangerous or violent, but its impact on individuals is significant.