February 3, 2016
Last spring, internationally known sculptor Mardie Rees opened a new sculpture studio that she and her husband built in Wauna.


February 3, 2016
David Anderson has two passions: coins and fossils.


January 3, 2016
Because the state Legislature still has not fully funded education, as it is required by law to do, Key Peninsula voters will be asked on Feb. 9 to approve yet another school levy.


January 3, 2016
Every year for many years, the Key Peninsula Civic Center has hosted a mid-winter crab feed.


January 3, 2016
The Cat Tales 4H club may be one of the lesser-known youth groups of Key Peninsula groups, but they’re doing important work.


January 3, 2016
Sometime in early December, thieves broke into the Key Peninsula Veterans storeroom at the KP Lutheran Church, ransacked the room and stole several valuable flags.


January 3, 2016
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January 3, 2016
The sixth grade students at Key Peninsula Middle have a new learning tool this year. As of Dec. 1, every sixth grader has their very own Chromebook computer.


December 5, 2015
Key Peninsula Fire Chief Guy Allen is relieved that the recent lid lift levy passed.


December 5, 2015
Gordon Alexander Graham is an advocate for military veterans.