Bettering the Community: One Project at a Time

The exemplary students of Key West High School (KWHS) are invited to join the National Honor Society (NHS), which honors the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. This year, numerous students were invited to attend the introductory meeting held on September 13th and filled the entire cafeteria. There were more attendees at this meeting than in previous years. The current President of NHS, Siddharth … Continue reading Bettering the Community: One Project at a Time

Monroe County Loses a Crucial Part of the Keys

On Monday, September 6, 2021, a beloved member of the Monroe County government, Mike Forster, passed due to complications of COVID-19 in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Forster was a dedicated member of his community and the Florida Keys. As an elected official for the Village of Islamorada for 12 years and his recent induction into the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners, Forster proved … Continue reading Monroe County Loses a Crucial Part of the Keys

The Day America Will Never Forget

Those who overcome great tragedy undergo immense change. With the upcoming twentieth anniversary of the attack of 9/11, the effects of this calamity continue to impact everyday life in the United States of America (USA).  The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, was a horrifying day that stole almost 3,000 American lives.That morning, no one in America could have even fathomed what was to come … Continue reading The Day America Will Never Forget

Committed to the Community

Like lions protecting their pride in the wild grasslands of the savanna, the deputies of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) protect the citizens of the Monroe County community. To the MCSO, their top priority is the safety of each and every individual in the Florida Keys. Moreover, in an exclusive interview, Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay shares how he makes sure this county has … Continue reading Committed to the Community