Richard Walker

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Kitsap County will pay $5.5 million in crash settlement

County also agrees to install an additional street light at crosswalk within three months

  • Feb 16th, 2017 2:46pm

Careaga murder investigator: ‘We want to make sure that when we make an arrest, that the person is found guilty’

It’s been 18 days since three members of the Careaga family were murdered in their Seabeck home, which was then set on fire, and 16 days since John D. Careaga’s body was found in his burned truck at a different location. Here’s the status of the case

  • Feb 14th, 2017 1:18pm

Telling the stories of our lives

Objects you’ll find at the Kitsap Antique & Vintage Show are increasingly in vogue because they help tell our story

  • Feb 14th, 2017 2:25pm

Brewster: Public now has a voice ‘without fearing retaliation’ in Kingston Port District

‘When we stop pushing for justice, when we turn our backs, we all lose’

  • Feb 13th, 2017 11:35am

Trial scheduled to begin Feb. 21 in Sawdust Hill Road vehicular homicide

POULSBO — The prosecutor plans to call 15 witnesses in a Poulsbo…

  • Feb 13th, 2017 12:23pm

Port of Kingston will pay $164,000 for public records violations

KINGSTON — The Port of Kingston was ordered Feb. 10 to pay…

  • Feb 13th, 2017 1:00pm

Bainbridge, South Kitsap voters deciding school levies and bonds

Residents of Bainbridge Island and South Kitsap are voting on bond measures and property tax levies to support educational programs, technology, maintenance and, in South Kitsap, school construction.

  • Feb 11th, 2017 8:48am

And you thought the election season was over

A majority of city council positions in two Kitsap cities are on the November ballot, as are majorities on one school board, one fire district commission, four port commissions, and two water district commissions.

  • Feb 10th, 2017 12:27pm

Detective: Hunter Schaap made call to 911 the night he and others were killed

Hunter Schaap called 911 shortly before 11:30 p.m. Jan. 27 before he and other family members were killed in their Seabeck home, Kitsap County sheriff’s officials confirmed Feb. 10.

  • Feb 10th, 2017 1:07pm

Kingston man admits setting fire at Blue Water Inn

KINGSTON — A 60-year-old Kingston man told investigators he set the fire…

  • Feb 9th, 2017 1:41pm

‘There was a lot of love and joy in that home’

Approximately 700 gather in Bremerton church to celebrate the lives of John Careaga, Christale Careaga, Johnathon Higgins, and Hunter Schaap

  • Feb 9th, 2017 8:24am

Superior Court jury: Duggal innocent of malpractice

Not negligent in the care and treatment he provided to a former patient who accused him of malpractice

  • Feb 6th, 2017 2:35pm

As some questions are answered, more questions remain

Meanwhile, relatives and friends will gather for a memorial service at 10 a.m. Feb. 7

  • Feb 3rd, 2017 5:13pm

Duggal will attempt to get license restored May 15-20

POULSBO — Dr. Narinder Duggal will get a hearing before the state…

  • Jan 13th, 2017 12:41pm

Top 10 Stories of 2016: A look at the stories that most influenced our lives

These are the events that had the biggest effect on the most…

  • Dec 31st, 2016 4:52pm

One hospitalized after house fire

HANSVILLE – A 26 year-old man was hospitalized and a family displaced…

  • Dec 27th, 2016 10:26am

You don’t walk this journey of life alone | Editor’s Notebook

As you and I went about our day Dec. 20, working our…

  • Dec 23rd, 2016 12:53pm

Two killed, six injured in separate collisions in Kitsap

POULSBO — Two Kitsap residents were killed in separate vehicle collisions Dec.…

  • Dec 23rd, 2016 12:46pm

Port of Kingston admits liability in public records lawsuit; penalty hearing Dec. 16

KINGSTON — The Port of Kingston admits it “failed to provide responsive…

  • Dec 13th, 2016 2:00pm

Trial rescheduled for May 1 in NKF&R negligence lawsuit

KINGSTON — Trial has been rescheduled for May 1, 2017 in a…

  • Nov 23rd, 2016 12:18pm

Embattled doctor may get hearing; trial in lawsuit scheduled for Jan. 17

POULSBO — Even as he began the arduous effort to restore his…

  • Nov 23rd, 2016 3:25pm

A window into S’Klallam culture, hospitality

LITTLE BOSTON — When plans were unveiled for The Point Hotel in…

  • Dec 12th, 2016 4:11pm

’Tis the season … for ’The Nutcracker’

BREMERTON — “The Nutcracker” has been staged a bazillion times since it…

  • Nov 20th, 2016 5:40am

Now, we must unite and work together | In Our Opinion

We congratulate President-elect Donald Trump on his election. Now, the great task…

  • Nov 11th, 2016 9:57am

The big day has arrived

POULSBO — Today is Election Day. Ballots must be postmarked today or…

  • Nov 10th, 2016 6:59am

Looking for an election night party? Here’s where the candidates will be

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — Here’s our guide to election night celebrations and where…

  • Nov 11th, 2016 10:07am

Supports better public transportation, but not fast ferries

The Kitsap County taxpayer is being asked to buy a new, locally…

  • Nov 8th, 2016 11:14am

A great start to their middle-school careers

Did you dine out for North Kitsap schools in September? If so,…

  • Nov 8th, 2016 11:25am

Appleton re-elected to state House from 23rd District

POULSBO — Sherry Appleton was confident early Election Day that she would…

  • Nov 10th, 2016 7:02am

Lester elected to Kitsap Public Utility District Commission

Her priorities: making broadband service available to rural areas; managing the county’s precarious water resources; exploring more ways to reclaim wastewater; exploring new technologies

  • Nov 10th, 2016 6:55am

Suquamish chairman Forsman appointed to key federal position

SUQUAMISH — President Obama announced on Nov. 3 his intent to re-appoint…

  • Nov 10th, 2016 10:33am

Purser honored for economic development work

SUQUAMISH — Rich Purser, a Suquamish Tribal Council member and for 10…

  • Nov 7th, 2016 2:21pm

Ballot tracking, fact checking and Kennedy 80 | Election Notebook

Past presidential election turnouts: The Kitsap County Elections Department expects local voter…

  • Nov 10th, 2016 6:54am

Regarding Hillary: It’s got to be this, or that | Letter to the editor

If she didn’t sign, she has broken the federal law. If she did sign, she is a felon because she most certainly did not turn over the required documents.

  • Nov 4th, 2016 2:01pm

Court considers doctor’s lawsuit dismissal request on Nov. 4

The state Medical Quality Assurance Commission stripped Narinder M. Duggal of his license after investigating claims of malpractice at his now-closed Liberty Bay Internal Medicine in Poulsbo. The commission determined Duggal had been negligent in his care, overprescribed medication and made sexual advances toward a patient.

  • Nov 4th, 2016 9:51am

How North Kitsap School District will cut $1.3 million

The North Kitsap School District will hold off on hiring 6.5 FTEs and will cut expenses in 14 areas to make up a $1.3 million revenue shortfall caused by an unanticipated decline in enrollment.

  • Oct 21st, 2016 11:59pm

Suquamish master artist brings works back to life | Kitsap Weekly

It’s part of Ed Carriere’s DNA to be patient. His Suquamish ancestors have been here since the beginning, so a year, 100 years, 1,000 years are mere fragments of time.

  • Oct 6th, 2016 11:23pm

Morrow Manor is ‘an incredible gift — a life-saving gift’

For many women, YWCA Executive Director Denise Frey said, their only choices are to return to the abuse or live in their vehicle with their children. "Morrow Manor will give them a third choice," she said. "It's an incredible gift — a life-saving gift."

  • Sep 11th, 2016 2:00am

‘There’s a lot of good in people’

To 40-year Safeway employee Maryann Miller, customers were family

  • Sep 2nd, 2016 12:53am

Historic Poulsbo schooner’s ‘life of service is not finished’

For 25 years, the C.A. Thayer was a commanding presence on the waters of Liberty Bay. From 1925-1950, with the exception of World War II service, the 219-foot three-masted schooner and her crew sailed to the Bering Sea, returning to Poulsbo with a hold full of salted cod for the West Coast market. The ship’s presence meant jobs — and that the fishermen were safe at home.

  • Aug 30th, 2016 9:37pm