Kingston Express’s future: Dinner cruises in Bellingham Bay

Port sells former SoundRunner vessel to Bellingham company for $250K

Nine candidates for Poulsbo City Council vacancy

Candidates will be interviewed on Jan. 27. The appointee will serve until the results of the November 2019 general election are certified

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Capital Budget clears Senate Ways & Means Committee

Funding for numerous Kitsap projects on the line

Former Gov. Spellman dies at 91

Spellman was Washington’s 18th governor

DeAnte Ward (22) drives the lane against the Emerald Ridge defense. Ward scored 23 points, but South Kitsap lost 58-54. 
                                Mark Krulish
                                Kitsap News Group

South Kitsap stumbles late against Emerald Ridge

The Wolves are now one game behind for the last SPSL playoff berth

<em>Klahowya’s Jacob Kraft (1) slips by a Coupeville defender. His team picked up an important 51-37 win over the Wolves on Jan. 16.</em>								 Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group

Klahowya captures important league victory over Coupeville

Eagles now have sole possession of second place in the 1A Olympic League

Ethan Fox, one of Kingston’s two swimmers with Ironmen status, competes in the 200 individual medley during a dual meet with Olympic. The Bucs won 106.5-69.5. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Kingston’s Ironmen lead Bucs past Olympic

Two top Olympic League swim teams went toe-to-toe

 

Business

Guitar Café offering culinary and auditory treats

Patrons fill their bellies with food and their souls with music

 

Danielle Gilchrist, left, with her daughter Aeva and mother Marie Carins in front of Gigi’s Emporium PNW. Together they own Gigi’s Emporium and manage both locations on opposite sides of the country.<em> (Courtesy photo)</em>

At Gigi’s, family comes first

New Port Orchard consignment and boutique business has sister location in North Carolina

 

Life
When Buck Lake froze over for a week or two in the 1930s and 1940s, some Hansvillites ice skated till midnight. (Photo courtesy of Lyn Peterson)

Old stories of icy, foggy, soggy days

Compared to the snow bombs in the Northeast, our weather has been relatively balmy. We’ve enjoyed many sunny, winter days… Continue reading

 

Rotary International turns 111

Few organizations — corporate or otherwise — trace their roots back 111 years. Rotary International does. Rotary was formed in… Continue reading

 

Opinion
At 7:30 a.m. Jan. 15, crosswalk signage near the crosswalk at the intersection of 8th Avenue and Iverson Street was not visible to motorists because it was on its side and chained to a bolt in the ground. On one side of the street, a holder for pedestrian flags was empty. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)

Flags, signage more inadequate when they’re not there

POULSBO — “The short distance from the 305 intersection to [8th] Avenue, combined with the extra-long distance to cross Iverson… Continue reading

 

Introducing MV Suquamish, the state’s newest ferry

Suquamish, our newest ferry, was christened last month at the Vigor Shipyard in Seattle. Members of the Suquamish Tribe sang… Continue reading

 




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