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It was just one of those times. Young sailors on shore leave, out for a good time in Everett. The next morning, Jay Yeager woke up with a large tattoo scrolled across his back. It read “In Nominee Patris, et Filii et Spiritus Sancti.”
Martha & Mary's At HOME Program helps older residents stay independent
The nonprofit fund helps cover travel expenses for women who are being treated for cancer. The 13th annual auction to support that effort is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 4, in Port Gamble.
Leota Lewis doesn’t expect to see a lot of blackberry pies at this year’s Kitsap County Fair. “The blackberries are already ripe now,” Lewis said in mid-July. She is superintendent of pies for the fair. “Usually they don’t ripen until mid August. I expect that means fewer blackberry pies, unless they’re made up early and frozen.”
The competition will be featured at the Kitsap County Fair each day, with training events in the morning and competition in the afternoon. And the best part about it is anyone can bring their dog out to try it.
Case Levenson, Jonathan Evison, and the relationship that became the basis for a book and film, "The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving."
Patrick has known hardships. He’s shy. He doesn’t like meeting new people. Sometimes he’s afraid to show his face. He’s been passed over many times in life. Much like Patrick, Nichole knows hardships. She’s been in trouble. She’s made bad decisions. And she’s been rejected.
Bremerton Health & Rehabilitation and Forest Ridge Health & Rehabilitation, also in Bremerton, are being sold by Extendicare to Formation Capital, LLC, a healthcare-focused private investment firm and an affiliate of Safanad Inc., a global principal investment firm.
Music, fly-overs, blackberry everything adds to the annual festival
Religious and community leaders in Bremerton staged a rally Sunday to bring attention to incidents of police violence across America.
BREMERTON—Facing a diagnosis of Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, Bremerton City Councilman Mike Sullivan is far from giving up. “There’s a clock running,” he said. “We just don’t know how big that clock is.” Sullivan, 65, who spoke by phone from his home on Tuesday, said he’s undergoing chemotherapy and plans to be back at work “as soon I begin to react favorably to the chemo.”
Company officials said they have already begun negotiations with about a dozen tenants
The consultant team recommended that the routes from Kitsap County to Seattle be phased in
Not hardly a Wednesday goes by that Jeff Berger isn’t snuggling with a cat at the Kitsap Human Society. It might be his love for animals. Or it might just be an addiction.
"With sequestration, what was a bad situation is becoming an even worse situation."
Port of Bremerton Commissioner Roger Zabinski took a moment at the end of Wednesday’s port meeting to let the other commissioners know he’d had a conversation with Bremerton Mayor Patty Lent.
An international company that makes filters for storm drains wants to locate a production plant in Bremerton and is looking at the best economic fit for the company.
Memorial Day weekend is often thought of as the beginning of summer. It’s also the time to honor those who have lost their lives in service to this country. This year, the Central Kitsap area and Bremerton have planned events that will help fill the long weekend with reflection and fun.
There will be no pot production on port property. That was the decision of the Port of Bremerton board of commissioners this week when they passed a resolution banning the cultivation, distribution, sale or use of marijuana on port property.
The YWCA is looking for nominees for the Kitsap County’s Women of Achievement award.