October 31, 2013
There’s good news for Key Peninsula teenagers: the long-anticipated Red Barn Youth Center will finally open early next year.


October 31, 2013
When Maureen and Dave Hennessy were married in March of 2009, one of the vows Dave made was a promise that he would learn to ski.


September 27, 2013
Communities in Schools-Peninsula, better known as CISP, is part of a nationwide organization that’s rated as the No.1 dropout prevention organization in the United States.


September 27, 2013
Miracle Ranch on Horseshoe Lake might not be on the Key Peninsula, but it draws many KP residents every year to its horse camps, day camps, sports camps, cheerleader camps and even church camps.


September 27, 2013
Two Waters Arts Alliance is probably best known on the Key Peninsula for the art shows and other special events it produces, such as the art show currently on display at the Key Center Library.


September 27, 2013
The beginning of the school year marked the start of a new Y-sponsored program series called the Passion Project.


August 29, 2013
Exercise is an important component of a healthy, independent life.


August 29, 2013
Every week, Lakebay resident Joanne Johnston makes a stop at Ray’s Meat Market in Purdy to stock up on fresh meat.


August 29, 2013
Key Peninsula firefighters will soon have a new training prop to practice on.


August 1, 2013
Long-time Key Peninsula resident Edie Morgan has known for many years that transportation –– or lack thereof –– is a huge issue on the Key Peninsula.