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It took Navy veteran Bill Nickerson nearly 63 years, but he finally made it to a place he never dreamed he’d go: Washington D.C., and the many war memorials that dot the nation’s capital.
Bremerton police are still on the hunt for a man who, besides packing a revolver-style handgun of unknown caliber, allegedly committed domestic violence and burglary.
For Steve Sego, the question of whether to support Prop. 1, the passenger-only fastferry funding proposal before Kitsap County voters next month, is a rhetorical question.
Three Kitsap County local elected officials have lined up behind Prop. 1, the passenger-only fast-ferry proposal on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.
From a tiny pioneer outpost with muddy streets and civic leaders of occasionally questionable judgment, Bremerton has grown into a vibrant city that is an inseparable partner to one of the most important military installations in the United States arsenal. But who was William Bremer?
He has logged 1.3 million frequent-flyer miles, visited 142 countries and earned the distinction of being the longest-tenured Secretary of the Navy since World War I. So it would make sense if Ray Mabus sounded like he was ready for a vacation.
The Kitsap County Superior Court judge presiding over David Kalac’s double murder case agreed to delay the trial one last time.
Kitsap County has seen its share of close elections. Here are examples of local races that were so close, they triggered an automatic recount.
Ballots for the 2016 general election were sent to Kitsap County’s 156,000 registered voters last week.
In the general election campaign for Kitsap County Commissioner in District 2, voters could scarcely have a clearer divide between the two candidates.
After nine weeks of testimony and three days of deliberation, a Kitsap County jury on Tuesday morning found Gerardo DeJesus guilty of two counts of murder for a fatal shooting at the Kariotis Mobile Home Park in East Bremerton.
Al Duke, who has headed the fire department for nearly 20 years, told Mayor Patty Lent that he would retire from his post Jan. 26. Cathy Johnson worked her way up from the city treasurer’s office to become finance head two years ago. She will retire Dec. 31.
Behind the dominant second-half performance by junior running back Dax Solis, North Kitsap blew off a third-quarter tie game and roared to a 38-14 victory at home over Olympic on Sept. 23.
For the 23rd consecutive year, the Port of Bremerton returned a clean bill of financial health from the Washington State Auditor’s office for the fiscal year 2015. But in a sad irony, the person most responsible for that performance did not get to celebrate.
It took nine years of cooling its heels, but on Sept. 9 North Kitsap got to avenge a historic embarrassment with the Vikings’ surprise 34-13 win over 3A Central Kitsap.
The heroin and opioid epidemic sweeping the nation has not spared “God’s Country,” as some local politicians like to call it. The number of Kitsap County’s recent deaths-by-heroin has jumped suddenly, and show no signs of slowing down. The subject is so front-and-center in the national dialogue that it drew a mention on President Barack Obama’s weekly radio address. The epidemic has even become part of the presidential campaign.
The two young women who were attacked a few weeks ago in Stephenson Canyon did everything right, said the Kitsap County Sheriff’s detective in charge of sexual offender investigations.
Superior Court Judge Jennifer Forbes has ruled that Gabriel Gaeta, accused in the rape and murder of 6-year-old Jenise Wright two years ago, could face life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
Despite the fact that he grew up on a dairy farm outside of Chehalis, barely 100 miles away, Jim Rothlin has absolutely no recollection of ever having been to Bremerton before two-plus years ago. So when he drove up for his interview as a candidate for chief executive officer for the Port of Bremerton, he had no notion of what awaited him.