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South Kitsap’s Nora Gregersen receives grant from CenturyLink

Nora Gregersen, special education teacher at Discovery Alternative High School, received a…

  • Apr 26th, 2017

 

State boaters required to get new hull ID numbers

PORT ORCHARD — The state Department of Licensing is reminding more than…

 

One fatality reported after a car left the roadway and hit a tree early April 26

BREMERTON — There was one fatality in a car v. tree collision…

 

Busy time for Poulsbo Noon Lions

Projects include fishing derby, road cleanups, boardwalk construction

  • Apr 21st, 2017

4/20 celebration at Destination Highway 420 | Slideshow

Annex 420 held a 4/20 celebration, hosted by Destination Highway 420. The…

Jessica Lynn Santos | Passages

SUQUAMISH — Jessica Lynn Santos passed away on ​April ​7, 2017 in…

  • Apr 21st, 2017

Local groups give advice on saving the planet

POULSBO — It’s not just about Earth Day. It’s about every day.…

Naval Base Kitsap here to stay

PORT ORCHARD — “Our missions, the importance of what we do (means)…

Casual gallery with a working studio space: Poulsbo’s Artist’s Edge introduces new direction with ‘H20’ exhibit

POULSBO — From custom frames to cobalt blue, the little art supply…

Discovery Alternative students release salmon into Beaver Creek

By SARA MILLER Kitsap News Group Students from Discovery Alternative High School…

South Colby Elementary School hosting STEM night April 20

PORT ORCHARD — South Colby Elementary School is hosting a STEM night…

Kitsap Rocks celebrates one year with park cleanup

BREMERTON — If you’ve been to a local park or just walked…

North Kitsap Unitarian Church now worshipping at Martha & Mary

POULSBO — The North Kitsap Unitarian Church is now worshipping in the…

  • Apr 17th, 2017

Miss Viking Fest contestants will bring historic figures from 1920s back to life

Vying for $1,500, and a year in the spotlight to call attention to a cause

  • Apr 20th, 2017

Lyon wins 2017 Viking Fest logo contest

POULSBO — Keith Lyon, a student at Northwest College of Art &…

  • Apr 14th, 2017

Can you name that bird? | Kitsap Birding

A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but knowing…

  • Apr 14th, 2017

Cascadia Wine Competition helps identify region’s best

That miserable winter has transitioned into a slow start to spring in…

  • Apr 14th, 2017

Author Dave Richards and The Seattle 7 Writers

Did you know that April is Autism Month? Cindy Rasmussen wrote…

Brass Ring Salon in PO raises $6,150 for VFW

By SARA MILLER Kitsap News Group A flurry of snips, cuts and…

Kingston High School presents “The Great High School Whodunit” April 14, 15

KINGSTON — Murder, mayhem, and dinner … what more could you ask…

  • Apr 13th, 2017

The hunt is on: Easter egg scramble Saturday at South Kitsap Regional Park

SOUTH KITSAP — Kids, be on the lookout for the Easter Bunny…

First Friday Art Walk in Bremerton | Slideshow

Downtown Bremerton’s First Friday Art Walk on April 7 featured art from…

Port Orchard churches celebrate 25th year of Good Friday Cross Walk

PORT ORCHARD — A number of Christian congregations in South Kitsap are…

First year for ‘MS Walk: Poulsbo’ a success

March brings out about 300 walkers, brings in some $35,000

Hannah Chisholm will participate in D.C. journalism conference | Newsmakers

POULSBO — Hannah Chisholm, a Running Start student at Olympic College and…

  • Apr 10th, 2017

Celebrate independent bookstores April 29

Indie Bookstore Day celebrates small businesses in “a place of fellowship with fellow book lovers.”

Port Orchard Lions Club looking for children with diabetes to attend Camp Leo

PORT ORCHARD — Camp Leo for children with diabetes is ready to…

Volunteers wanted for community garden

By Sara Miller Kitsap News Group On April 15, garden lovers should…

Cannes NW? Port Orchard to host its own film festival

PORT ORCHARD — While it’s no threat to the likes of Cannes,…

Walk to end MS in Poulsbo, April 8

POULSBO — Team up with loved ones, friends and co-workers in Walk…

Bicycle rodeos prom0te safe bicycling and family fun

POULSBO — With warmer weather, more bicyclists are back on the road.…

  • Apr 6th, 2017

Free pepper spray training helps people be confident in their self-defense items

BREMERTON — When it comes to self-defense, education is one of the…

Apply now for Aloha Wright project grants

KINGSTON — Kingston Garden Club invites applications for the annual Aloha Wright…

  • Apr 5th, 2017

Moving from the State of Anxiety to the State of Calm

KINGSTON — Victoria Clark wants to help you move. And you’ll like…

‘Nap Tyme,’ the driverless boat | FerryFare

“Nap Tyme” was aptly named as she cruised through Dalco Passage (Tacoma…

The Coffee Oasis launches a youth crisis line: 360-768-2076

SILVERDALE — The Coffee Oasis is expanding the services it offers to…

Still Waters run deep | Choices for the Future

“still waters run deep” — proverb: a quiet or placid manner may…

Nature’s wonders close to home | Hansville Happenings

The weather is fine, the earth is showing signs of new life,…

Kiwanis gearing up for a busy spring and summer | Kington Kiwanis

The Greater Kingston Kiwanis Club is gearing up for a busy spring…

Chevy Stevens, author of ‘Thrillers’, visits Kingston | Check It Out

Although Spring is coming, we have plenty of those rainy days left,…