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PenLight Outage Map Viewer

PenLight’s new Outage Map is now live! It displays current outages and real-time electrical system status from our operation’s dispatch center. To access the map, go to the “Power Outages” button and then click the “Outage Map” link from the left-hand menu. The outage map overview provides information on the number of outages, number of […]

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Key Peninsula Farm Tour

Saturday, October 7 marks the 10-year anniversary of the Key Peninsula Farm Tour, an event where families can experience more than a century of rich farming history in our community. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., explore the wide variety of farming activities, feed the animals, pick apples and enjoy all the farmers and crafters […]

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We Need Access to Your Meter

Keep the area surrounding your meter free of debris and vegetation. That way, we can test, maintain, repair and upgrade this vital equipment. Here are some simple tips: Clear the area around your meter of debris, stored materials, and vehicles. Especially in the spring and summer, frequently trim any plants growing near your meter and […]

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Innovation in the Classroom

Supported by Peninsula Schools Education Foundation We all know great public schools require collaborative support by residents, parents, business and community leaders through a diverse array of organizations. Established in 1995, the Peninsula Schools Education Foundation is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization that supports high quality education for each student in the Peninsula School District. Since […]

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KPFD Vital Signs Address Markers

Is your home a mystery to find? Home addresses that are easy to see are vital to emergency services. A fire engine, medic or aid unit can be delayed several minutes trying to locate a correct address. Did you know there is an easy way to ensure your home is properly identifiable before our weather […]

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What’s SUP in the Harbor?

What’s SUP, you may ask? Well, a lot of fun, for sure. Stand Up for Peninsula Schools–formerly known as Citizens for Peninsula Schools–is hosting the inaugural SUP in the Harbor! It’s a fundraiser on September 23, 1-4 p.m. at Skansie Brothers Park. SUP in the Harbor is a stand-up paddle-boarding event for all ages and […]

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School’s (Almost) Back in Session

Seems like summer just started, didn’t it? Well, get ready because class begins for Peninsula School District students in grades one through 12 on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Kindergarten students get an extra week of summer, starting school Tuesday, Sept. 5. Student supply lists can be found on the district website at www.psd401.net. While there, you […]