Jacob Moore

Volunteer educators help keep African students in school

Volunteer educators help keep African students in school

Through sponsorships, Chelsea and Kyle Pease helped pay for 13 students’ education

Volunteer educators help keep African students in school
Suspected laundry fire engulfs Kingston house

Suspected laundry fire engulfs Kingston house

A 99-year-old woman, her caretaker and dog safely exited the house before the roof collapsed

Suspected laundry fire engulfs Kingston house
Q&A with Suquamish activist Calina Lawrence

Q&A with Suquamish activist Calina Lawrence

Lawrence was chosen to attend the Golden Globes by actress Shailene Woodley for her social activism

Q&A with Suquamish activist Calina Lawrence
Prepared for anything

Prepared for anything

Being a firefighter means being ready to tackle more than just fires

Prepared for anything
Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

Despite failed kidneys, Martha & Mary resident plans on traveling again

Home is where the heart is

Taking early detection a step further

New genetic test can show cancer risk

Poulsbo man serving as USCG special agent suspected of second-degree rape

Was serving with Coast Guard Investigative Service in Seattle

South Kitsap’s Xavier Eaglin, a freshman, won his first state championship at Mat Classic XXX in the 106 pound division. He was part of an effort that helped the Wolves net the overall 4A team title. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

South Kitsap wins 4A state championship

Brothers Xavier and Mason Eaglin won individual titles

South Kitsap’s Xavier Eaglin, a freshman, won his first state championship at Mat Classic XXX in the 106 pound division. He was part of an effort that helped the Wolves net the overall 4A team title. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Bremerton High School alum Wayne Ayers Jr. created an online publication, WhereIsTheBuzz. He lived without a stable home for most years of his childhood in Bremerton. (Courtesy/Wayne Ayers Jr.)

From homelessness to launching a media business

Wayne Ayers’s circumstances instilled in him a sense of generosity, and a belief in himself

Bremerton High School alum Wayne Ayers Jr. created an online publication, WhereIsTheBuzz. He lived without a stable home for most years of his childhood in Bremerton. (Courtesy/Wayne Ayers Jr.)
Klahowya’s Gabriel Smith extends past the Vashon Island defense in his team’s district game on Feb. 9. The Eagles season came to an end with a 52-42 loss. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

Klahowya’s season ends in district tournament

Mid-season hot streak put the Eagles in contention for a league championship

Klahowya’s Gabriel Smith extends past the Vashon Island defense in his team’s district game on Feb. 9. The Eagles season came to an end with a 52-42 loss. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)
From left, North Kitsap High School seniors Donovan LeRoy and Ethan Rhodes work on their projects during a Jan. 30 after-school CTE shop session at NKHS. Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group

CTE teachers finding ways around budgetary constraints

Difficult at times, CTE programs must deal with expensive equipment, repairs and more students

From left, North Kitsap High School seniors Donovan LeRoy and Ethan Rhodes work on their projects during a Jan. 30 after-school CTE shop session at NKHS. Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group
Sophomore Emma Higgs works on a CTE project during a Jan. 30 after-school session at North Kitsap High School. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

North Kitsap School District’s CTE program is fueling big ambitions

Studies give students hands-on experience, not just ‘theoretical stuff’

Sophomore Emma Higgs works on a CTE project during a Jan. 30 after-school session at North Kitsap High School. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

The boys are back: North Kitsap returns to postseason with fourth straight league title

Senior guard Kai Warren leads the team with 20 points

Man charged with arson in Tracyton house fire

Man charged with arson in Tracyton house fire

One of three individuals reported seen walking away from scene

Man charged with arson in Tracyton house fire
Iron Man Brandon Anderson dedicated to swimming

Iron Man Brandon Anderson dedicated to swimming

Brandon Anderson is the first male at North Kitsap High School to qualify for every state swim event

Iron Man Brandon Anderson dedicated to swimming
Olympic girls nearly spoil Roughriders’ division chase

Olympic girls nearly spoil Roughriders’ division chase

Port Angeles moves on to face North Kitsap after holding off the Trojans

Olympic girls nearly spoil Roughriders’ division chase
Calina Lawrence … Suquamish art-ivist is taking a stand for environmental and social justice through her music and poetry. (Image: From her video, “Don’t Count Me Out”)

Suquamish art-ivist uses the power of poetry, song in social justice movement

‘It’s an honor to be a part and to celebrate and to speak truth’

Calina Lawrence … Suquamish art-ivist is taking a stand for environmental and social justice through her music and poetry. (Image: From her video, “Don’t Count Me Out”)

Vikings prepare for rematch with Port Angeles

Winner will walk away with Olympic League title

Central Kitsap senior guard Zion Archer attempts a 3-pointer in the third quarter of the contest against Peninsula on Jan. 30. The Cougars lost 63-60 in overtime. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

Central Kitsap comes up short in overtime against Peninsula

SILVERDALE — It was a contest in which every point mattered. Down by one with four seconds left in the game, a foul on senior… Continue reading

Central Kitsap senior guard Zion Archer attempts a 3-pointer in the third quarter of the contest against Peninsula on Jan. 30. The Cougars lost 63-60 in overtime. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)
Klahowya’s Jacob Kraft (1) and Bremerton’s Gavin King (21) scramble for a loose ball. The Knights won their first game of the season on Jan. 26, defeating the Eagles 58-43. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

Bremerton sinks Klahowya for its first win

BREMERTON — It’s never easy to be on the losing end of games night after night, seeing a zero in the win column every time… Continue reading

Klahowya’s Jacob Kraft (1) and Bremerton’s Gavin King (21) scramble for a loose ball. The Knights won their first game of the season on Jan. 26, defeating the Eagles 58-43. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)