Sara Thompson
April 1, 2016
In March, Key Peninsula Sportsmen’s Club President Don Holman called its 830th meeting to order.


Danna Webster
April 1, 2016
A new taproom has opened at the top of the Key Peninsula

Archive Thumb
Ted Olinger
March 30, 2016
The man who discharged a firearm and threatened to blow up the Lakebay Marina last summer was sentenced Feb. 23 to time served, court records show.


KeyPenNews
March 20, 2016
With the exception of the Republican Party Precinct Caucus Feb. 20, March starts the lengthy process for each major party to choose one presidential party candidate to vie for the 45th U.S. presidential office this November.

Archive Thumb
Scott Turner
March 2, 2016
Since it began in 2000, Communities in Schools Peninsula (CISP) has helped hundreds of students academically, socially and in other important ways.


Matthew Dean
February 27, 2016
As winter fades, temperatures rise, and the grass begins to grow, children from around the Key Peninsula will head to the baseball fields for another year of Key Peninsula Little League.

Archive Thumb
Staff Report
February 27, 2016
The Key Peninsula Lions Club invites all KP citizens and friends to attend the 32nd annual Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year Award banquet Saturday, March 26, 6 p.m., at the KP Civic Center.

Archive Thumb
Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
The Peninsula School District recently teamed up with the Children’s Museum of Tacoma in a new no-cost program for Key Peninsula preschoolers and their parents or adult caregivers.


Ted Olinger
February 26, 2016
The Key Peninsula Fire Department (KPFD) will receive new fire protection class ratings effective May 1.

Archive Thumb
Ted Olinger
February 26, 2016
The ever-popular long-standing traditional family-friendly annual fundraiser that is the Key Peninsula Civic Center crab feed is set to go Saturday, March 12.


Alice Kinerk
February 26, 2016
The piano-accordion was pumping, the barbecue smoker was smoking, and the people were having fun.

Archive Thumb
Sara Thompson
February 26, 2016
When Peninsula School District Superintendent Chuck Cuzzetto announced his retirement, the school board found itself with a big addition to its job description –– hiring his replacement.

Archive Thumb
Rick Sorrels
February 26, 2016
Voters approved the Peninsula School District Educational Programs and Operations Levy (EP&O) by 70 percent Feb. 9, replacing an existing maintenance and operations levy that expires later this year.


Irene Torres
February 26, 2016
As a young girl, Michaelina Tenney observed and learned as her mother, Mary Ellen Pinches taught art classes.


Scott Turner
February 26, 2016
Ask her friends and family to describe Mindy Wilkins and they use words like “caring.” “Friendly.” “Giving.”