The kids at Evergreen Elementary School have discovered a great new tool for doing research and writing stories, thanks to third-grade teacher Therese Souers. It’s called Chromebook, a small...

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Key Pen connects to Bangladesh by ‘Threads’

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KP Farm Tour set for family fun and education

This year’s KP Farm Tour begins with breakfast at the Key Center fire station. On Oct. 4, pancakes and ham, juice and...

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  • Writing by Faith
    Let’s Talk about Domestic Violence     Jesus once said,…
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    The Pragmatic Sophist   Washington state is in violation of…
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    Read my lips   Some folks read palms, others read…

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  • OCT ’14 KP Calendar
    Now until Oct. 4 Make a scarecrow Groups, businesses or…
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    It’s official, as of Aug. 27, Guy Allen, former interim…
  • Grown-up dancing to be held at civic center
    Get out your dancing shows, grown-ups. There’s a dance at…
  • Key Peninsula Fire Department
    Aug. 15 to Sept. 15   Total Calls: 169           EMS:…

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  • Candidate forum slated for Oct. 7 at civic center
    Candidates running for elective office in November will face off,…
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    Key Pen Parks recently announced the first of a series…

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