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“Ladies Night Out” fundraiser to help family of young girl injured in assault

A fundraiser will take place Friday, April 19, for a 4-year-old girl who has a severe brain injury.


Thai Charlie’s brings ethnic cuisine to downtown

It was nothing more than a coincidence. As he prepared to leave his family’s restaurant in October in Port Orchard and return to his native… Continue reading


World premiere of Swedish movie Nov. 7 at Dragonfly Cinema

The Dragonfly Cinema will host the world movie premiere of the Swedish film “Eldsaga” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7.


Crosspoint Academy girls, Olympic boys bring home hardware

The Crosspoint Academy girls and the Olympic High boys each brought home sixth-place trophies from last weekend's Hardwood Classics in Spokane and Yakima.

Cougars claim five sub-regional championships

TACOMA — Five Central Kitsap wrestlers claimed Class 3A Narrows League Championships Saturday at Foss High School.

Olympic High and Washington basketball legend Christian Welp dies at age 51

Former Olympic High School and University of Washington basketball legend Christian Welp has passed away at the age of 51.

Former SKSD superintendent dies at age 77

A memorial service for a former South Kitsap School District superintendent was held July 30 in the auditorium of South Kitsap High School.

Etta Projects celebrating 10 years of service

Etta Projects will celebrate its 10th year of helping create sustainable solutions to poverty in rural Bolivia with an all-ages H2O (Help 2 Others) concert on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Etta Turner Park.

City council delays action on Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council agreement

Port Orchard City Council member Bek Ashby made the motion that the agreement be tabled until May 12

Roller derby league at home in new rink

Haeley Nunley of Northwest Derby Company said her group moved to Skateland in Bremerton

Morris selected as city attorney

In a letter, Councilman Jerry Childs urged his fellow colleagues for a “no vote” in approving Mayor Tim Matthes’ selection of Carol Morris as city attorney.

DISTRICT COURT | Woman faces forgery charges

Forgery charges has been filed against a Port Orchard woman in Kitsap Count District Court this week.

Fathoms brings Seagull Splat back for another year

Applications are being accepted for the second annual Seagull Splat 5K Run/Walk on May 24, at the Comfort Inn in Port Orchard, hosted by the Fathoms o’ Fun Festival.

South Kitsap Helpline receives grant for new truck

The food bank received a “much-needed” new truck that will assist in picking up and hauling food donations.

McDonald urges City Council to keep extended foot ferry hours

Bremerton councilmember Jerry McDonald urged the Port Orchard City Council not to eliminate the Friday and Saturday extended hours for the foot ferry that runs between the two cities.

DISTRICT COURT | Local man charged for having sex with animal

A tip from Virginia law enforcement led to the arrest by local authorities of a Port Orchard registered sex offender for having sex with animals.

Work set to begin in mid-April on bypass lane improvement on Sidney Road

Work is scheduled to begin next month for a new southbound bypass lane on Sidney Road SW at the intersection of Shannon Drive SW.

Area fire departments participate in multi-agency training

Fireighter crews, trucks and ambulances from host South Kitsap Fire and Rescue, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue and Bremerton Fire Department converged earlier this week for three days of multi-agency training at the Washington Veterans Home in Retsil.

Pastor, church working to help local muralist battling cancer

A local pastor and his church is seeking help in getting new flooring and carpet for a muralist who is battling cancer.

Marble tournament planned for city’s 125th celebration

Do you remember shooting marbles as a child or teenager? Well, you can have another chance to play one of your favorite childhood games during this year’s 125th anniversary celebration of Port Orchard.